Australia have two debutants in their XV for Saturday's clash with Ireland, who themselves have a new look for this tour.
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- World#36 / 170+9
- International#14 / 37+3
- Six Nations#7 / 12+2
- European Rugby Champions Cup#28 / 84+6
- Pro 14#10 / 27+2
- South Africa 18 Jun 2016
- USA 10 Jun 2017
- Japan 17 Jun 2017
- Italy 10 Feb 2018
- Wales 24 Feb 2018
- Australia 09 Jun 2018
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Tackles Won %Attempts10Tackles9Missed1
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DefenceTackles9Missed Tackles1Turnovers Won0Turnovers Conceded1
DisciplinePenalties Conceded1Yellow Cards0Red Cards0
Ireland are already looking towards defending their Six Nations title and attacking the World Cup, according to coach Joe Schmidt.
The final Test of the series will take place on Saturday 23rd June at the Allianz Stadium in Sydney.