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All Blacks v Fiji will be streamed live on RugbyPass in UK, Ireland among other territories

By Ian Cameron
Nemani Nadolo scores for Fiji /PA

This weekend’s clash between the All Blacks and Fiji will be streamed live in the UK, Ireland, Europe and the Middle East, among other territories.

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The All Blacks’ second test in the Steinlager series has a UK kick-off time of 8.05 am, with the clash set to be contested at the Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin. All Blacks management are expecting a tougher challenge to one posed by Tonga, who were comfortably beaten last weekend in Auckland.

Fans can avail of a weekend pass at the new price of just £4.99/€5.99/$5.99 for the Steinlager Series. You can sign up at liverugby.net/viewplans

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Ian Foster on what can be learnt from 102-point All Blacks victory over Tonga

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Ian Foster on what can be learnt from 102-point All Blacks victory over Tonga

Fiji are inarguably the form Pacific Island nation, leaving fans wanting more after just one outing at the Autumn Nations Cup in 2020 – their participation ultimately limited by a Covid-19 outbreak in camp. The star-studded side thumped Georgia 38 – 24 in Murrayfield back in December, with Nemani Nadolo scoring three tries, with one apiece for John Dyer, Josua Tuisova and Kini Kunavula.

On their day, the Flying Fijians are possibly the most dangerous attacking side in world rugby and will ask serious questions of Ian Foster’s relatively youthful All Blacks’ side and their defensive resolve.

This weekend’s showdown with Fiji will be followed by a second Test the following weekend at the FMG Stadium Waikato.

You can watch the All Blacks live and on-demand in the following countries: England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, Ireland, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, China, India, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, West Bank, Gaza Strip and Palestine, Portugal, Albania, Armenia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Turkey and Ukraine.

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Jon 1 hours ago
Buoyant England travel to New Zealand full of hope but are they walking into an All Blacks ambush?

> New head coach Scott Robertson has kept only forwards coach Jason Ryan and conditioning coach Nic Gill from the previous regime *and so there is little institutional knowledge inherent in the new team.* Shows you what the English know about sport. Isn’t just fantastic that the best rugby team, or brand, on the planet has three brothers playing together? One a bull, the other a dancer, and last a .. boxer? Looks like a boxer bless him. > But Robertson has been working to fix that issue, with senior players and coaches having been regularly meeting to work out how they will operate together both on and off the field to ensure there is strong decision-making and a deep understanding of how the team wants to play. Have they? I would suggest then it is not a case of fixing things, that is not what Razor does. Razor will evolve the relationship between player and coach into a more symbiotic relationship. This wont be a coach that shouts down at his players theyre not doing good enough. I can imagine one of the first key areas he will be implementing is the respective leadership for each coaching group. Tight five, Loosies, Halves, Centers, and Back Three, will each have their own leadership team and an agile approach to the playing group relaying what they believe is happening on the training paddock, and in games. It will be a very big step to get everyone involved, able, and thinking about contributing to that process, but I believe a very beneficial one if successful. > England may have their best chance to win in 21 years, but they may also be walking into an ambush – *about to be hit* by a young, gifted, supremely physical and athletic All Blacks team coached by a man who has made every post a winner so far in his career and has this uncanny knack of getting the best out of people. Or, by a group hurting from not getting over the line and proving to everyone they are the best in the world, full of experience and cohesion, grit and motivation. You only need to look at someone like Patrick Tuipulotu to see someone with a fire under his belly from missing out on the last RWC due to injury, and having lost to this opposition in the previous one. It will be very interesting to see how this ‘Razor’ plays it. Does he stick with the traditional and protect the time honored All Black values of commitment, or does he evolve and pick the best players to win the Rugby Championship - and by association this test series - like Akira Ioane?

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