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Nov 6, 2014 - The first Test match between the two teams was in. Sydney ... scored 1,125 points and 116 tries in those matches, compared to 1,463 ..... 20/08/2005. 94. 6. 23. 55 ... Drop Goals: 3 - Phillip Hawthorne v England on 07/01/1967.

AUSTRALIA

Saturday 16th August 2014 KO: 20:05 ANZ Stadium, Sydney

NEW ZEALAND

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Australia have only beaten Argentina in their last nine Rugby Championship matches. New Zealand need to score 26 points to reach a milestone 3,000 points against Australia. New Zealand are on a winning streak of 17 matches that started with a victory over France in June, 2013. JOE MOODY will make his Test debut for the All Blacks, if he comes on after being named as a replacement.

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Saturday’s Test will be the 150th time that Australia and New Zealand have faced each other. Australia have 41 wins compared to New Zealand’s 102. There have been six draws. Australia have scored 2,043 points and 227 tries in that time. New Zealand have scored 2,974 points and 387 tries. Based upon the averages, New Zealand would win this encounter 20-14. The first Test match between the two teams was in Sydney, Australia, in 1903. New Zealand won 22-3 that day. Australia had to wait until their seventh encounter for their first victory, winning 11-0 in 1910. At home, Australia have a record of 24 wins, 47 losses and five draws against New Zealand. Australia have scored 1,125 points and 116 tries in those matches, compared to 1,463 points and 205 tries for New Zealand. New Zealand came out on top the last time they met, inflicting a 41-33 defeat upon Australia in October 2013. The last match on Australian soil resulted in New Zealand taking a 47-29 victory.

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FORM GUIDE • • • • • •









Australia have won all of their last five matches, scoring 146 points and 17 tries. Australia have won four of their last five matches on home soil. Australia are on a winning streak of seven matches. New Zealand have won all of their last five matches, scoring 138 points and 15 tries. New Zealand have won their last seven matches away from home. New Zealand have a 90 per cent success rate in their previous 50 matches (45 wins, four losses and one draw).

TOURNAMENT

COACHES’ CORNER EWEN MCKENZIE has a 60 per cent success rate in charge of the Wallabies. In 15 matches he has won nine and lost six. His side have scored 407 points and 44 tries in that period. STEVE HANSEN has a 94 per cent success rate in charge of the All Blacks. In 31 matches he has won 29, drawn one (versus Australia) and lost one (versus England). Under his tenure the All Blacks have scored 1,004 points and scored 110 tries.

Hooker NATHAN CHARLES makes his first start for Australia. It is the first time that ROB HORNE and PAT MCCABE have started on the wing for Australia. They have a combined 29 appearances at centre. Australia’s ADAM ASHLEY-COOPER is awarded his 95th cap after being named at centre. He is currently in sixth place in the Australia Test appearance list. AARON SMITH and BEN SMITH of New Zealand make their 30th Test appearances on Saturday. Captain RICHIE MCCAW will extend his record as the most capped All Black to 128 caps. He currently sits behind Ireland’s RONAN O’GARA in fourth place in the all-time Test appearance list. Australia have 449 Test caps worth of experience to call upon in their starting line-up compared to New Zealand’s 751.

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Australia have played 84, won 34, drawn one and lost 49 matches in The Rugby Championship. Australia have a 60 per cent success rate on home soil in the tournament. New Zealand have played 84, won 62 and lost 22 matches in The Rugby Championship. New Zealand are on a 12-match winning streak. RICHIE MCCAW will become the first player to reach 50 Test caps in the tournament. His first appearance came against Australia in 2002.

MAN IN THE MIDDLE •

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South Africa’s JACO PEYPER takes charge of his 18th Test match on Saturday. New Zealand are yet to lose a match under his control in five outings.

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AUSTRALIA

NEW ZEALAND

Team Sheets 15 Israel Folau

AUSTRALIA IRB RANKING: 3 Test #: 567

Replacements

Waratahs

14

13

12

11

Pat McCabe

Adam Ashley-Cooper

Matt Toomua

Rob Horne

Brumbies

Waratahs

Brumbies

Waratahs

10

9

Kurtley Beale

Nic White

Waratahs

Brumbies

Key Stats

8 Wycliff Palu Waratahs

6 Scott Fardy

7

5

Brumbies

Sam Carter

Reds

Brumbies

3

# Caps Starting Lineup: 449 Avg Age Starting Lineup: 26 Oldest Player: Wycliff Palu (32) Youngest Player: Will Skelton (22) Avg Weight Forwards: 112 kg

Michael Hooper (C)

4

Rob Simmons

16 James Hanson (Reds) 17 Pek Cowan (Western Force) 18 Ben Alexander (Brumbies) 19 Will Skelton (Waratahs) 20 Scott Higginbotham (Rebels) 21 Nick Phipps (Waratahs) 22 Bernard Foley (Waratahs) 23 Tevita Kuridrani (Brumbies)

Waratahs

Officials

2

Referee: Jaco Peyper (South Africa) - 17 Tests

1

Sekope Kepu

Nathan Charles

James Slipper

Waratahs

Western Force

Reds

Tests at Venue: 0 Tests Australia: 3 Tests New Zealand: 5 Tests Test Debut: 23/07/2011 - Kenya v Zimbabwe

Assistant Referee 1: Romain Poite (France)

1

2

Wyatt Crockett

Dane Coles

Owen Franks

Canterbury

Wellington

Canterbury

4 6 Jerome Kaino

Assistant Referee 2: Stuart Berry (South Africa)

3

TV Match Official: Shaun Veldsman (South Africa)

5

Brodie Retallick

Samuel Whitelock

Bay of Plenty

Canterbury

Auckland

7 Richie McCaw (C) Canterbury

8

Replacements

Kieran Read

16 Keven Mealamu (Auckland) 17 Ben Franks (Hawke’s Bay) 18 Joe Moody (Canterbury) 19 Steven Luatua (Auckland) 20 Sam Cane (Bay of Plenty) 21 TJ Perenara (Wellington) 22 Beauden Barrett (Taranaki) 23 Malakai Fekitoa (Auckland)

Canterbury

9

10

Aaron Smith

Aaron Cruden

Manawatu

Manawatu

11

12

13

14

Julian Savea

Ma’a Nonu

Conrad Smith

Cory Jane

Wellington

Wellington

Wellington

Wellington

15 Ben Smith

Key Stats # Caps Starting Lineup: 751 Avg Age Starting Lineup: 28 Oldest Player: Keven Mealamu (35) Youngest Player: Malakai Fekitoa (22) Avg Weight Forwards: 113 kg

Otago NEW ZEALAND IRB RANKING: 1 Test #: 516

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NEW ZEALAND

Head to Head Recent Results Date

Team A

Result

Team B

Venue

19/10/2013

New Zealand

41

33

Australia

Dunedin

24/08/2013

New Zealand

27

16

Australia

Wellington

17/08/2013

Australia

29

47

New Zealand

Sydney

20/10/2012

Australia

18

18

New Zealand

Brisbane

25/08/2012

New Zealand

22

0

Australia

Auckland

Summary Australia 41

149 Matches (6 Draw)

New Zealand

Won

102

2043

Points

2974

227

Tries

387

132

Conversions

219

265

Penalties

309

20

Drop Goals

33

Player Records For Australia against New Zealand David Campese - 29 Matt Burke - 176 David Campese - 8

For New Zealand against Australia Appearances

31 - Richie McCaw

Points

322 - Daniel Carter

Tries

9 - Richie McCaw

Matt Giteau - 20

Conversions

41 - Daniel Carter

Matt Burke - 41

Penalties

73 - Daniel Carter

6 Players - 2

Drop Goals

4 - Grant Fox

Player Records in a Match For Australia against New Zealand Matt Burke on 11/07/1998 - 24 Greg Cornelsen on 09/09/1978 - 4

For New Zealand against Australia Points Tries

Matt Giteau on 26/07/2008 - 4

Conversions

Matt Burke on 28/08/1999 - 7

Penalties

On 22 Occasions - 1

29 - Andrew Mehrtens on 24/07/1999 3 - On 7 Occasions 5 - Bob Scott on 14/09/1946 9 - Andrew Mehrtens on 24/07/1999

Drop Goals

2 - On 2 Occasions

Team Records in a Match For Australia against New Zealand

For New Zealand against Australia

On 15/07/2000 - 35

Points

50 - On 26/07/2003

On 3 Occasions - 5

Tries

9 - On 12/09/1936

On 26/07/2008 - 4

Conversions

5 - On 14/09/1946

On 28/08/1999 - 7

Penalties

9 - On 24/07/1999

Drop Goals

2 - On 4 Occasions

On 22 Occasions - 1

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Recent Matches

Head Coach: Ewen McKenzie Debut: Winning Ratio: Average Tries per Match:

17/08/2013 v New Zealand (L 29-47) 60.00% 2.93

Australia Record Under Ewen McKenzie 6 Lost

Date

Opponent

Result

Venue

21/06/2014

France

W

39

13

Sydney

14/06/2014

France

W

6

0

Melbourne

07/06/2014

France

W

50

23

Brisbane

30/11/2013

Wales

W

30

26

Cardiff

23/11/2013

Scotland

W

21

15

Edinburgh

9 Wins

0 Drawn

407 For

Points

343 Against

44 For

Tries

32 Against

35 For

Conversions

24 Against

Points For

146

38 For

Penalties

44 Against

Points Ag

77

1 For

Drop Goals

1 Against

Tries For

17

Tries Ag

5

Player Info For Australia Player James Slipper Nathan Charles Sekope Kepu Sam Carter Rob Simmons Scott Fardy Michael Hooper (C) Wycliff Palu Nic White Kurtley Beale Rob Horne Matt Toomua Adam Ashley-Cooper Pat McCabe Israel Folau James Hanson Pek Cowan Ben Alexander Will Skelton Scott Higginbotham Nick Phipps Bernard Foley Tevita Kuridrani

Pos

Age

Debut

Caps

Caps as Sub

Caps v Opponent

Won

Drawn

Lost

Points

Tries

Cons

Pens

DGs

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

25 25 28 24 25 30 22 32 24 25 24 24 30 26 25

12/06/2010 14/06/2014 08/11/2008 07/06/2014 24/07/2010 17/08/2013 05/06/2012 17/06/2006 17/08/2013 28/11/2009 05/06/2010 17/08/2013 20/08/2005 20/11/2010 22/06/2013

52 2 41 1 40 13 31 51 13 42 16 13 94 22 18

28 2 19 0 18 1 5 7 8 11 4 4 6 5 0

11 0 8 0 9 2 5 9 2 9 4 3 23 4 3

30 2 25 1 23 8 18 31 8 27 11 7 55 14 10

1 0 1 0 0 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 2 1 0

21 0 15 0 17 5 12 17 5 14 5 6 37 7 8

0 0 0 0 0 0 20 5 3 91 15 15 135 25 65

0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 11 3 3 27 5 13

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 12 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Total

449

118

92

270

10

169

374

67

0

13

0

20/10/2012 20/06/2009 28/06/2008 21/06/2014 27/11/2010 17/07/2011 05/10/2013 17/08/2013

1 7 62 1 24 17 7 11

1 6 16 0 11 9 4 2

1 1 12 0 5 1 1 3

0 6 38 1 17 11 5 6

1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0

0 1 23 0 6 5 2 5

0 0 20 5 10 5 41 10

0 0 4 1 2 1 1 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

25 28 29 22 27 25 24 23

Records For Australia Caps

Tries

Points

139 - George Gregan

64 - David Campese

911 - Michael Lynagh

116 - Nathan Sharpe

40 - Chris Latham

878 - Matt Burke

111 - George Smith

30 - Drew Mitchell

684 - Matt Giteau

Player Records (In a Match)

Team Records (In a Match)

Points:

42 - Mat Rogers v Namibia on 25/10/2003

Points:

142 v Namibia on 25/10/2003

Tries:

5 - Chris Latham v Namibia on 25/10/2003

Tries:

22 v Namibia on 25/10/2003

Conversions:

16 - Mat Rogers v Namibia on 25/10/2003

Conversions:

16 v Namibia on 25/10/2003

Penalties:

8 - Matt Burke v South Africa on 30/10/1999

Penalties:

8 v South Africa on 30/10/1999

Drop Goals:

3 - Phillip Hawthorne v England on 07/01/1967

Drop Goals:

3 on 3 Occasions

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Recent Matches

Head Coach: Steve Hansen Debut: Winning Ratio: Average Tries per Match:

09/06/2012 v Ireland (W 42-10) 93.55% 3.55

Date

Opponent

21/06/2014

England

W

36

13

Hamilton

14/06/2014

England

W

28

27

Dunedin

1 Lost

07/06/2014

England

W

20

15

Auckland

New Zealand Record Under Steve Hansen

Result

Venue

29 Wins

1 Drawn

1004 For

Points

487 Against

24/11/2013

Ireland

W

24

22

Dublin

110 For

Tries

40 Against

16/11/2013

England

W

30

22

London

86 For

Conversions

28 Against

92 For

Penalties

73 Against

2 For

Drop Goals

4 Against

Points For

138

Points Ag

99

Tries For

15

Tries Ag

8

Player Info For New Zealand Player Wyatt Crockett Dane Coles Owen Franks Brodie Retallick Samuel Whitelock Jerome Kaino Richie McCaw (C) Kieran Read Aaron Smith Aaron Cruden Julian Savea Ma’a Nonu Conrad Smith Cory Jane Ben Smith Keven Mealamu Ben Franks Joe Moody Steven Luatua Sam Cane TJ Perenara Beauden Barrett Malakai Fekitoa

Pos

Age

Debut

Caps

Caps as Sub

Caps v Opponent

Won

Drawn

Lost

Points

Tries

Cons

Pens

DGs

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

31 27 26 23 25 31 33 28 25 25 24 32 32 31 28

27/06/2009 11/11/2012 27/06/2009 09/06/2012 12/06/2010 10/06/2006 17/11/2001 08/11/2008 09/06/2012 12/06/2010 09/06/2012 14/06/2003 13/11/2004 01/11/2008 14/11/2009

27 18 57 27 54 51 127 62 29 32 22 91 77 48 29

14 11 8 8 15 4 6 6 2 14 0 15 4 7 9

4 2 14 6 12 12 31 17 6 7 3 21 17 13 5

26 17 50 25 49 44 113 54 27 30 21 80 69 41 27

0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1

1 1 6 1 4 7 13 7 1 1 1 10 7 6 1

5 0 0 5 20 40 105 75 45 219 115 130 125 80 70

1 0 0 1 4 8 21 15 9 3 23 26 25 16 14

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 39 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 41 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

Total

751

123

170

673

11

67

1034

166

39

41

1

23/11/2002 12/06/2010

113 31 0 11 14 3 19 2

40 25 0 6 5 3 17 1

29 8 0 3 2 0 2 0

97 30 0 11 14 3 19 2

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

60 10 0 0 35 0 64 0

12 2 0 0 7 0 4 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 13 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

35 30 25 23 22 22 23 22

22/06/2013 16/06/2012 07/06/2014 23/06/2012 07/06/2014

Records For New Zealand Caps

Tries

Points

127 - Richie McCaw

49 - Doug Howlett

1442 - Daniel Carter

113 - Keven Mealamu

46 - Christian Cullen

967 - Andrew Mehrtens

110 - Tony Woodcock

46 - Josevata Rokocoko

645 - Grant Fox

Player Records (In a Match)

Team Records (In a Match)

45 - Simon Culhane v Japan on 04/06/1995

Points:

145 v Japan on 04/06/1995

Tries:

6 - Marc Ellis v Japan on 04/06/1995

Tries:

21 v Japan on 04/06/1995

Conversions:

20 - Simon Culhane v Japan on 04/06/1995

Conversions:

20 v Japan on 04/06/1995

Penalties:

9 - 2 players

Penalties:

9 on 2 Occasions

Drop Goals:

2 - 4 players

Drop Goals:

3 v France on 28/06/1986

Points:

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