All Blacks vs South Africa

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All Blacks vs South Africa

Frizell admits it’s probably the biggest test of his career as he tries to prove his worth ahead of the World Cup later this year.

Event details:
NAME: All Blacks – South Africa
DATE: July 27, 2019
TIME: 07:35 UTC
VENUE: Westpac Stadium, Wellington , New Zealand

We’re now less than two months from the eagerly awaited Rugby World Cup pool game between the Springboks and All Blacks in Yokahama so perhaps it isn’t surprising that there’s a lot of talk about the psychological impact of Saturday’s dress rehearsal in Wellington.

The two sides are clashing in the Castle Lager Rugby Championship and as both Springbok coach Rassie Erasmus and his assistant Matt Proudfoot said this week, every game between the two long standing rivals and leaders of world rugby is important.

The All Blacks host a crowd of blindside flankers that will soon disperse as the squad is set to get cut down. After Vaea Fifita tried to impress against the Pumas, Shannon Frizell can show he shouldn’t be cut on Saturday against the Springboks.

However, Erasmus did make a good point when he added that in a World Cup year, no-one really remembers what happens outside of the World Cup itself.

One it included five Māori members of the All Blacks tour squad as well as Samoan-New Zealander Sir Bryan Williams.

In one of the most highly anticipated Rugby Championship matches in years, South Africa travel to Wellington to take on the All Blacks.

The Test is officially sold out.

“Anytime the All Blacks play South Africa it is a special occasion and it’s great to see the public once again come out in force for the first home Test of the year,” NZR Chief Executive Steve Tew said.

Saturday’s match is the only opportunity for New Zealand fans to see the two teams in action ahead of their opening pool match at Rugby World Cup in Japan.

With top number six Liam Squire currently unavailable but still a chance for the World Cup, it’s almost now or never to impress for the rest.
“Every game you play you should be treating it as if it’s your last,” Steve Hansen said.
Chiefs hardman Luke Jacobson is another contender after a solid bench debut against the Pumas.

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