(Sat) 17:00 SAST 22:00 Thai (Sun) 01:00 AEST 03:00 NZST
The Springboks are still winless after losing both games on the road to Australia and the All Blacks and this weekend the 'Boks lost another, this time at home in Durban against the Wallabies. The misery for South Africa looks to continue as the All Blacks have arrived in the Republic to continue their tune-up for the Rugby World Cup starting in September.
Even though the All Blacks are leaving Richie McCaw, Dan Carter, Mils Muliaina, Conrad Smith, Brad Thorn and Kieran Read at home, they are still a powerhouse side. In for McCaw is Adam Thomson, who had a standout season in Super Rugby. Carter's replacement is Colin Slade. Israel Dagg makes a return to fullback after injuring his thigh during the Super 15. Richard Kahui is in for Smith, Vito for Read and Jarad Hoeata for Thorn. At the risk of offending the mockers gods, honestly this All Blacks side, even if this is the 'B' team, it is leagues ahead of any other side out there.
If you are looking to pump up your vCash ahead of the Rugby World Cup, plunk some down on the ABs.
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My alternative universe...
Así pues, aquí estamos.
This promises to be a cracker...no MySky tonight...it will be the alarm clock and MySky for the Premier League
The Springbok's first-five Morne Steyn boots the All Blacks off the Park. Final score, Springboks 18 All Blacks 5.
All Bets settled.
kiwi coach gets us the Bledisloe - if he can get the WCup he can be an Aussie.....gonna be real painful for our cuzzins in the shaky isles if he does
very good for the world cup tho'.....now I need to make a phone call to the kiwi thats married to my cuzzin...he'll be expecting it!