'I think it's going to pose opportunities for us to be at our best'
The hype surrounding this match may have been dampened slightly after the All Blacks’ loss to Ireland in Dublin last Saturday, and subsequent demotion to number two in the world rankings, but they are the 2021 Rugby Championship winners nevertheless.
When, where and how to watch the match
The match will kick-off at 20:00 (UK) on Saturday November 20th (09:00 on Sunday 21st November in New Zealand) at the Stade de France and will be broadcast live on Amazon Prime.
France boast the most wins over the All Blacks from any Northern Hemisphere side, although their overall record is not impressive. Les Bleus have twelve wins compared to New Zealand’s 48, with one draw between the two sides. The All Blacks have also not lost to France in over a decade, and have a 14-match winning streak of their hosts on Saturday.
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“I’m going to go with the All Blacks,” Hall said. “I expect their breakdown and the efficiency, and whether Aaron Smith comes back in for that quick ball, if he does come back, it wouldn’t even hurt who is at halfback, I reckon we’re going to get a little bit more quick ball and ask a lot more questions on the attack side of the ball.
“[France] like to stay connected and really work together as a line across,” Parsons added. “So I think it’s going to pose opportunities for us to be at our best because if we are given that time and space, we know what we can do.”
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