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Australia

Sunday 16th October 2011 KO: 21:00 Eden Park, Auckland

New Zealand

Key Facts & Figures Head-to-head

New Zealand





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Australia and New Zealand have played 142 Test matches. The All Blacks have won 96 matches, the Wallabies 41 and there have been five draws. The All Blacks have outscored the Wallabies by 850 points across the 142 Tests. Australia also recognise 24 matches played by New South Wales against New Zealand XVs in the 1920s as Tests. New Zealand have won 49 of the Tests played in New Zealand. The teams have met at the RWC twice before, both times in semi-finals. Australia won the RWC 1991 semi-final 16-6 and the RWC 2003 match 22-10. Australia have won two of the last three matches between these teams. Prior to that, New Zealand had won 10 matches in a row and 16 of the previous 18. Australia last beat the All Blacks in New Zealand in 2001, 23-15 at Dunedin. None of the Wallabies has played in a win against the All Blacks on New Zealand soil. Ten of Australia’s match-day 22 were not born the last time the Wallabies beat the All Blacks at Eden Park. Richie McCaw plays against Australia for the 26th time, which breaks the All Black record he shared with Mils Muliaina. McCaw shares the All Black record for most tries against the Wallabies (eight). Ma’a Nonu has seven tries against Australia.

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Second in the IRB World Rankings having regained that position after their quarter-final win against South Africa. Will gain the top ranking for the first time if they win this semi-final. Have won 32 RWC matches and have scored 1396 RWC points and 179 RWC tries. They are second behind only New Zealand in all three categories. Are one of four teams (along with England, France and New Zealand) to have progressed to the quarter-finals at every RWC. Have played in three RWC finals, equal-most with England. Have kept their opposition from scoring a try in a RWC record 17 matches, four more than South Africa who are second-best. Have kept the opposition from scoring a try in a RWC record seven knockout matches, two more than South Africa who are second-best. Have won 10 RWC knockout matches, more than any other team. Are undefeated against Tri Nations opposition in knockout matches having beaten New Zealand in two semi-finals and South Africa in a semi-final and quarter-final. Have lost two RWC knockout matches after leading at half-time, both against England. New Zealand are the only other team to have done it more than once (two losses against France). Have two players (Quade Cooper and Adam Ashley-Cooper) who have played every minute of all five RWC 2011 matches. They are the only semi-finalist with more than one player to do so.

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Ranked No.1 in the world, a position they have held more than all other nations combined. Have scored 1,984 RWC points, 588 more than second-placed Australia. Have scored 270 RWC tries, 91 more than second-placed Australia. Have won 35 RWC matches, three more than second-placed Australia. Are the only team to finish first in their pool at every RWC. Are one of four teams (along with England, France and Australia) to have progressed to the quarter-finals at every RWC. Have progressed to the semi-finals on five occasions, equal-most with France. Along with France, are the only teams to have lost multiple RWC semi-finals. Have lost two knockout matches after leading at half-time, both against France. Australia are the only other team to have done it more than once (both losses were against England). New Zealand have scored at least one try in their past 94 tests and in 100 of the 101 tests coached by Graham Henry. Graham Henry coaches a team in a Rugby World Cup match for the 15th time, breaking Bernard Laporte’s (FRA) record. Henry coached Wales in their four matches at RWC 1999 and the All Blacks in five matches at RWC 2007 and six at RWC 2011. Graham Henry is the only person to coach 100 Tests for a major nation in the professional era. His 85 per cent winning record coaching New Zealand is the best for any coach of a major nation in the professional era. His predecessor John Mitchell’s record of 82.1 per cent is the only other above 80 per cent. Henry also coached 34 Tests for Wales and three for the British and Irish Lions. New Zealand have lost to only South Africa, Australia and France during Henry’s reign and have a winning record against all three. New Zealand have won their last 15 Test matches at home, a winning streak that goes back more than two years, since South Africa beat them 32-29 in Hamilton on 12 September 2009. Under Graham Henry, New Zealand have lost only three home Test matches, against South Africa (twice) and France.

The venue • •

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Eden Park hosted five matches during RWC 1987, with New Zealand and France winning two matches each and Romania one. Eden Park will host 11 matches at RWC 2011. It has already hosted two Pool A matches, one match in each of the other three pools and two quarter-finals. It will also host both semi-finals, the bronze final and final. This match is Eden Park’s 14th RWC match, breaking the record held by Murrayfield. New Zealand have played four Rugby World Cup matches at Eden Park, two at RWC 1987 and three at RWC 2011, winning by a minimum of 20 points each time. Their closest matches were the 29-9 victory against France in the final of Rugby World Cup 1987 and their 37-17 victory against the French three weeks ago.

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Australia

Sunday 16th October 2011 KO: 21:00 Eden Park, Auckland

New Zealand

Key Facts & Figures The venue (cont’d)

The lineups (cont’d)







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The All Blacks have won their last 25 Tests at Eden Park since an 18-18 draw against South Africa in August 1994. France were the last team to beat New Zealand at Eden Park, in July 1994. That match is also New Zealand’s only defeat at Eden Park in the past 25 years, since Australia won there in September 1986. The All Blacks have collected 23 wins from as many attempts at Eden Park in the professional era (1996-2011). New Zealand will play five matches at Eden Park at RWC 2011, equalling Scotland’s record of playing five matches at Murrayfield at Rugby World Cups 1991 and 1999. Australia have played 24 matches at Eden Park. Their first match was a loss against a New Zealand XV in 1925 and their most recent match was a loss against Ireland, which was also their only RWC match at the venue. The other matches were all against the All Blacks, with Australia winning four of the 22. Australia’s last win at Eden Park was a 22-9 victory against the All Blacks in September 1986. Australia have lost their 13 Tests at Eden Park (nine in the professional era) since 1986. Eight of Australia’s 12 losses against New Zealand at Eden Park since 1986 have been by at least 10 points. During that 12-match streak, the Wallabies have scored 20 points in a match only twice and have restricted the All Blacks to less than 20 points only once (a 6-3 loss in 1991). Dan Vickerman plays his seventh Test at Eden Park, setting an Australian record, while Adam Ashley-Cooper plays in his sixth Eden Park international, which is the most by an Australian back. Rocky Elsom also plays his sixth Eden Park Test. Rocky Elsom’s 10 points at the venue is the most among the Wallabies squad. Only five of the Australian squad have scored points at the Auckland venue, with four having scored tries only. James O’Connor is the only one to have kicked any points.

The line-ups •







Australia have made one change to the starting XV that beat South Africa in their RWC 2011 quarter-final with Adam Ashley-Cooper moving to full back to replace the injured Kurtley Beale and Anthony Faingaa replacing Ashley-Cooper at outside centre. Rob Horne replaces Faingaa on the bench. The only other change to their match-day 22 sees Rob Simmons replace 99-Test veteran Nathan Sharpe as the replacement second row. The Wallabies starting XV will contain 14 of the 15 players that started their last match against the All Blacks, the Tri Nations decider at Brisbane in August this year. James O’Connor is the only player who did not play in that match with Beale the player missing from this XV. Faingaa coming in for Beale is the only change to the back line that started Australia’s last Test at Eden Park, against New Zealand in August this year. The only changes in the forwards are Dan Vickerman at second row rather than Nathan Sharpe and Radike Samo at number 8 rather than Ben McCalman. New Zealand have made three changes to the side that defeated Argentina in their quarter-final.



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Aaron Cruden, who came on as a replacement against the Pumas, replaces the injured Colin Slade at fly half, Israel Dagg returns from injury to replace the injured Mils Muliaina at full back and Richard Kahui returns from injury to play left wing, with Sonny Bill Williams returning to the bench. Andy Ellis replaces Jimmy Cowan on the bench as back-up scrum half while Stephen Donald joins the bench as the reserve fly half. If Donald comes on as a replacement, he will become the fourth player to make his RWC debut in a semi-final and the first since South Africa’s Henry Honiball in the RWC 1999 semi-final against Australia. This is New Zealand’s most settled RWC line-up since their last three matches of RWC 2003, where they made one, zero and one change respectively. The 694 caps earned by New Zealand’s starting XV is their third highest for a RWC match, falling behind the 727 of the XV that beat France in their RWC 2011 pool match and the All Blacks record of 769 earned by the side that defeated Argentina last weekend. Eleven of New Zealand’s starting XV also started the All Blacks’ last match against the Wallabies, their loss in the Tri Nations decider in Brisbane in August. Jerome Kaino is the only forward present that did not play in Brisbane, while the new backline faces are Cruden, Kahui and Dagg. Eight of those 11 players also started the last match between the two teams in New Zealand, at Eden Park, also in August, including two of New Zealand’s three try scorers that day, Keven Mealamu and Ma’a Nonu. Nonu has crossed the try-line in New Zealand’s past three matches against Australia. His seven tries against the Wallabies put him just one behind Richie McCaw, who shares the record for most All Black tries against Australia. McCaw breaks the All Black record for most Test starts he shared with Muliaina. This will be his 96th Test cap in the starting XV. Four of the All Blacks’ match-day 22 played in New Zealand’s last RWC match against Australia, the 22-10 RWC 2003 semi-final defeat in Sydney. Mealamu and McCaw will again start, while Brad Thorn starts this match having come on as a replacement in 2003 and Ali Williams is on the bench here having started in 2003. McCaw plays his 15th RWC match, leaving Sean Fitzpatrick (17) as the only All Black with more RWC matches. Ali Williams can join McCaw if he comes on as a replacement. Brad Thorn is the oldest All Black to play at the Rugby World Cup. He advances his record to 36 years and 255 days by starting this match. Ma’a Nonu and Conrad Smith play in the centres together for the 34th time, extending their All Blacks record. Keven Mealamu plays his 91st Test, moving to within one of Sean Fitzpatrick’s All Black record for a hooker.

The referee •

Craig Joubert referees his sixth match of RWC 2011. He is the first official to take charge of six matches at one RWC.

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Australia

New Zealand

Team Sheets 15 Adam Ashley-Cooper

AUSTRALIA IRB RANKING: 2 Test #: 531

Replacements

Brumbies

14

13

12

11

James O’Connor

Anthony Faingaa

Pat McCabe

Digby Ioane

Force

Reds

Brumbies

Reds

10

9

Quade Cooper

Will Genia

Reds

Reds

Key Stats

8 Radike Samo Reds

6 Rocky Elsom

7

5

Brumbies

4

James Horwill (C)

Dan Vickerman

Reds

Waratahs

3

16 Tatafu Polota-Nau (Waratahs) 17 James Slipper (Reds) 18 Rob Simmons (Reds) 19 Ben McCalman (Force) 20 Luke Burgess (Waratahs) 21 Berrick Barnes (Waratahs) 22 Robert Horne (Waratahs)

# Caps Starting Lineup: 526 Avg Age Starting Lineup: 26 Oldest Player: Radike Samo (35) Youngest Player: James O’Connor (21) Avg Weight Forwards: 115 kg

David Pocock Force

Officials

2

Referee: Craig Joubert (South Africa) - 29 Tests

1

Ben Alexander

Stephen Moore

Sekope Kepu

Brumbies

Brumbies

Waratahs

Tests at Venue: 3 Tests Australia: 7 Tests New Zealand: 7 Tests Test Debut: 31/08/2003 - Namibia v Uganda

Assistant Referee: Nigel Owens (Wales)

1

2

Tony Woodcock

Keven Mealamu

Owen Franks

North Harbour

Auckland

Canterbury

4 6 Jerome Kaino

TV Match Official: Shaun Veldsman (South Africa)

5

Sam Whitelock

Brad Thorn

Canterbury

Canterbury

Auckland

Assistant Referee: Romain Poite (France)

3

7 Richie McCaw (C) Canterbury

8

Replacements

Kieran Read

16 Andrew Hore (Taranaki) 17 Ben Franks (Tasman) 18 Ali Williams (Auckland) 19 Victor Vito (Wellington) 20 Andy Ellis (Canterbury) 21 Stephen Donald (Waikato) 22 Sonny Bill Williams (Canterbury)

Canterbury

9

10

Piri Weepu

Aaron Cruden

Wellington

Manawatu

11

12

13

14

Richard Kahui

Ma’a Nonu

Conrad Smith

Cory Jane

Waikato

Wellington

Wellington

Wellington

15 Israel Dagg

Key Stats # Caps Starting Lineup: 694 Avg Age Starting Lineup: 28 Oldest Player: Brad Thorn (36) Youngest Player: Aaron Cruden (22) Avg Weight Forwards: 110 kg

Hawke’s Bay NEW ZEALAND IRB RANKING: 1 Test #: 483

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Australia

New Zealand

Head to Head Recent Results Date

Team A

Result

Team B

Venue

27/08/2011

Australia

25

20

New Zealand

Brisbane

06/08/2011

New Zealand

30

14

Australia

Auckland

30/10/2010

Australia

26

24

New Zealand

Hong Kong

11/09/2010

Australia

22

23

New Zealand

Sydney

07/08/2010

New Zealand

20

10

Australia

Christchurch

Summary Australia 41

142 Matches (5 Draw)

New Zealand

Won

96

1922

Points

2772

220

Tries

371

125

Conversions

209

243

Penalties

276

18

Drop Goals

32

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

For New Zealand against Australia Appearances

25 - 2 Players

Points

270 - Daniel Carter

Tries

8 - 4 Players

Matt Giteau - 20

Conversions

39 - Daniel Carter

Matt Burke - 41

Penalties

57 - Daniel Carter

5 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 20 Occasions - 1

29 - Andrew Mehrtens on 24/07/1999 3 - On 6 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 20 Occasions - 1

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Australia

Recent Matches

Head Coach: Robbie Deans Debut: Winning Ratio: Average Tries per Match:

14/06/2008 v Ireland (W 18-12) 58.49% 2.83

Australia Record Under Robbie Deans

Opponent

Result

Venue

09/10/2011

South Africa

W

11

9

Wellington

01/10/2011

Russia

W

68

22

Nelson

23/09/2011

USA

W

67

5

Wellington

17/09/2011

Ireland

L

6

15

Auckland

11/09/2011

Italy

W

32

6

Auckland

31 Wins

1 Drawn

1346 For

Points

150 For

Tries

95 Against

112 For

Conversions

69 Against

Points For

184

118 For

Penalties

134 Against

Points Ag

57

Drop Goals

12 Against

Tries For

26

Tries Ag

4

6 For

21 Lost

Date

1051 Against

Player Info For Australia Player Sekope Kepu Stephen Moore Ben Alexander Dan Vickerman James Horwill (C) Rocky Elsom David Pocock Radike Samo Will Genia Quade Cooper Digby Ioane Pat McCabe Anthony Faingaa James O'Connor Adam Ashley-Cooper Tatafu Polota-Nau James Slipper Rob Simmons Ben McCalman Luke Burgess Berrick Barnes Robert Horne

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 28 26 32 26 28 23 35 23 23 26 23 24 21 27

08/11/2008 11/06/2005 28/06/2008 29/06/2002 09/06/2007 11/06/2005 01/11/2008 13/06/2004 18/07/2009 08/11/2008 02/06/2007 20/11/2010 31/07/2010 08/11/2008 20/08/2005

13 64 33 62 32 74 37 13 31 33 18 10 11 34 61

4 15 7 23 0 2 9 3 5 6 0 2 6 8 6

2 15 7 14 9 17 11 2 10 4 3 2 4 9 16

9 38 21 38 19 43 22 11 14 23 12 7 7 18 36

0 1 1 1 1 2 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1

4 25 11 23 12 29 14 2 16 9 5 3 4 15 24

0 25 15 0 30 70 20 10 25 65 45 10 10 188 110

0 5 3 0 6 14 4 2 5 6 9 2 2 12 22

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 34 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 0 0 0 20 0

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

Total

526

96

125

318

12

196

623

92

41

27

0

12/11/2005 12/06/2010 24/07/2010 24/07/2010 14/06/2008 08/09/2007 05/06/2010

29 19 13 18 36 34 7

23 15 8 5 13 10 0

5 4 4 4 10 9 1

18 12 8 12 24 24 5

1 0 0 0 0 0 0

10 7 5 6 12 10 2

10 0 0 5 5 77 5

2 0 0 1 1 6 1

0 0 0 0 0 7 0

0 0 0 0 0 6 0

0 0 0 0 0 5 0

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

26 22 22 23 28 25 22

Records For Australia Caps

Tries

Points

139 - George Gregan

64 - David Campese

911 - Michael Lynagh

110 - George Smith

40 - Chris Latham

878 - Matt Burke

102 - Stephen Larkham

30 - Lote Tuqiri

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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New Zealand

Recent Matches

Head Coach: Graham Henry Debut: Winning Ratio: Average Tries per Match:

12/06/2004 v England (W 36-3) 85.15% 4.13

Date

Opponent

09/10/2011

Argentina

W

33

10

Auckland

02/10/2011

Canada

W

79

15

Wellington

15 Lost

24/09/2011

France

W

37

17

Auckland

New Zealand Record Under Graham Henry

Result

Venue

86 Wins

0 Drawn

3574 For

Points

1521 Against

16/09/2011

Japan

W

83

7

Hamilton

417 For

Tries

136 Against

09/09/2011

Tonga

W

41

10

Auckland

311 For

Conversions

104 Against

284 For

Penalties

200 Against

Drop Goals

11 Against

5 For

Points For

273

Points Ag

59

Tries For

38

Tries Ag

7

Player Info For New Zealand Player

Pos

Age

Debut

Caps

Caps as Sub

Caps v Opponent

Won

Drawn

Lost

Points

Tries

Cons

Pens

DGs

Tony Woodcock Keven Mealamu Owen Franks Sam Whitelock Brad Thorn Jerome Kaino Richie McCaw (C) Kieran Read Piri Weepu Aaron Cruden Richard Kahui Ma’a Nonu Conrad Smith Cory Jane Israel Dagg

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

30 32 23 23 36 28 30 25 28 22 26 29 30 28 23

23/11/2002 23/11/2002 27/06/2009 12/06/2010 21/06/2003 10/06/2006 17/11/2001 08/11/2008 20/11/2004 12/06/2010 21/06/2008 14/06/2003 13/11/2004 01/11/2008 12/06/2010

81 90 29 23 57 46 101 34 54 7 15 64 53 30 10

10 28 7 13 9 5 7 6 34 6 3 16 4 6 4

20 23 8 5 16 11 25 10 14 2 3 14 13 9 2

68 76 24 20 49 39 89 28 47 7 13 55 47 25 9

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

13 14 5 3 8 7 12 6 7 0 2 9 6 5 1

35 60 0 15 20 40 95 35 91 7 50 105 105 45 35

7 12 0 3 4 8 19 7 7 1 10 21 21 9 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

Total

694

158

175

596

0

98

738

136

11

12

0

09/11/2002 12/06/2010 09/11/2002 12/06/2010 05/11/2006 14/06/2008 06/11/2010

60 14 71 12 24 22 12

29 9 10 8 14 14 6

13 3 15 4 3 7 1

48 13 59 10 20 17 11

1 0 1 0 0 0 0

11 1 11 2 4 5 1

35 5 35 10 20 95 20

7 1 7 2 4 1 4

0 0 0 0 0 15 0

0 0 0 0 0 20 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Andrew Hore Ben Franks Ali Williams Victor Vito Andy Ellis Stephen Donald Sonny Bill Williams

16 17 18 19 20 21 22

33 27 30 24 27 27 26

Records For New Zealand Caps

Tries

Points

101 - Richie McCaw

49 - Doug Howlett

1250 - Daniel Carter

100 - Mils Muliaina

46 - Josevata Rokocoko

967 - Andrew Mehrtens

92 - Sean Fitzpatrick

46 - Christian Cullen

645 - Grant Fox

Player Records (In a Match)

Team Records (In a Match)

Points:

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

2 - 4 players

Drop Goals:

3 v France on 28/06/1986

Drop Goals:

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