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France will be hoping to prevent a whitewash when they take on world champions New Zealand in the third test in New Plymouth this weekend. Watch All Blacks v France live on your computer by joining watchliverugby.tv today.

Last week’s second test in Christchurch was the All Blacks’ 500th, and the players celebrated it with a close to perfect performance as they put 30 points past the French and kept them scoreless too.

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The All Blacks employed more of a kicking game and it paid rich dividends when Ma’a Nonu’s stab through was picked up by Julian Savea for the opening score of the game. The last two tries, scored by Ben Smith and Beauden Barrett respectively, were counter attacking ones of the highest order. Chief’s fly half Aaron Cruden had a memorable outing in Christchurch but will make way for Dan Carter as the latter returns from injury this weekend.

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The French had a poor game overall, with No.10 Frederic Michalak in particular having a shocker. The Toulon back was injured towards the end of the game and France will have to do without his services as well as that of dynamic No.8 Louis Picamoles.

Will the All Blacks make it three out of three against Philippe Saint-Andre’s Les Bleus? See New Zealand v France online and find out.

Posted: 15th June 2013

New Zealand will look to seal their Incoming Tour series against France when they take on Les Bleus in Christchurch this weekend. See New Zealand v France live on your computer by joining watchliverugby.tv today.

The rusty All Blacks prevailed 23-13 in the first test at Eden Park last weekend with the Highlanders trio of Ben Smith, Maa’a Nonu and Aaron Smith playing huge roles in the victory. Utility back Ben made the line break that lead to scrumhalf Aaron’s opening try, while Nonu had a big hand in flanker Sam Cane’s try before the interval.

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However the All Blacks were there for the taking and France will be ruing two big missed chances in the second half when they were inches close to the try line but failed to convert. Maxime Machenaud also missed a very kickable penalty in the second half and the Racing scrum half may make way this weekend for Toulon No.9 Jean Marc Doussain, who had an excellent game against the Blues in midweek.

Doussain was excellent with the boot in France’s 38-15 win over the Super Rugby side on Tuesday. The other question Philippe Saint Andre faces is whether to break the midfield pairing of Florian Fritz and Wesley Fofana, who were excellent at Eden Park.

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Posted: 8th June 2013

New Zealand and France will lock horns for the first time since their enthralling World Cup final clash when they meet at Eden Park this weekend. Use your exclusive membership with watchliverugby.tv and see New Zealand v France live on your computer.

The All Blacks prevailed by a single point that October evening to lift the William Webb Ellis Cup, with the French pushing them all the way in a pulsating clash.

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The French are coming into this tour on the back of one of their poorest ever Six Nations campaigns. Pressure is mounting on Philippe Saint-Andre to string together a set of results, but the All Blacks will be tough to conquer on home soil.

New Zealand coach have a changed lineup to the one that took on England last winter, with the likes of Richie McCaw, Tony Woodcock, Keven Mealamu, Sam Whitelock, Dan Carter and Cory Jane all missing.

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Ben Smith will be playing at wing, with Dane Coles starting ahead of both Mealamu and Andrew Hore at hooker. Israel Dagg has been given another chance at full back despite some ordinary performances for the Crusaders while Aaron Cruden will again deputies for Carter at first five.

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Posted: 22nd June 2013


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