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The “Cake Tin” will host the eagerly anticipated rematch with a young, talented Springbok side. 2017 in Cape Town proved that the South Africans can bounce back after defeat and compete with the All Blacks, only losing by a single point. The Springboks would have developed confidence in their game plan and will hope to replicate their performance, ultimately with a different result.

The All Blacks will no doubt be keen to secure a win on home soil and gain that psychological advantage. Remember these teams will meet in Japan in 2019 where both were drawn in Pool B. The prospect of a World Cup match up will add another element to the game. Prepare for nothing short of a physical game.

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Wellington will host the eagerly anticipated rematch with a young, talented Springbok side. 2017 in Cape Town proved that the South Africans can bounce back after defeat and compete with the All Blacks, only losing by a single point. The Springboks would have developed confidence in their game plan and will hope to replicate their performance, ultimately with a different result.

The All Blacks will no doubt be keen to secure a win on home soil and gain that psychological advantage. Remember these teams will meet in Japan in 2019 where both were drawn in Pool B. The prospect of a World Cup match up will add another element to the game. Prepare for nothing short of a physical game.

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Rugby Championship: South Africa 15-57 New Zealand

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New Zealand inflicted South Africa’s heaviest home defeat as they equalled their own record of 17 straight Test wins with a 57-15 rout in Durban.

The All Blacks ran in nine tries with TJ Perenara, in for Aaron Smith after he was dropped for meeting a woman in a toilet cubicle, scoring twice.

New Zealand’s victory completes a clean sweep in the Rugby Championship.

The world champions will set a new Test record for successive wins if they beat Australia in Auckland on 22 October.

New Zealand’s current run began in the wake of a 27-19 loss to the Wallabies in Sydney in August 2015.

But few will bet on their trans-Tasman rivals denying them a piece of history given the All Blacks’ imperious form when they meet in the third and final Bledisloe Cup match of the season in a fortnight.

The visitors led by a slender 12-9 at the interval, with fly-half Beauden Barrett struggling to find his kicking range and his team-mates having been uncharacteristically wasteful after creating openings.

But Steven Hansen’s men roared clear in the second half with Barrett and winger Israel Dagg joining Perenara in crossing twice.

Wallabies beat Pumas

Australia beat Argentina 33-21 at Twickenham to condemn the Pumas to bottom spot in the final standings.

Wallabies centre Samu Kerevi scored twice to help his side to victory in the first Rugby Championship match to be staged in the northern hemisphere.

Number eight Leroy Houston, who is back at former club Bath from Queensland Reds until the end of October as injury cover, made his Test debut for Australia off the bench at the age of 29.

Boks to kick off 2018 Rugby Championship against Argentina in Durban

Once again, the Boks will kick off their Rugby Championship campaign with back to back games against the Pumas.

PORT ELIZABETH, SOUTH AFRICA – AUGUST 19: Ross Cronje, Elton Jantjies, Courtnall Skosan of the Springboks during the Rugby Championship match between South Africa and Argentina at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on August 19, 2017 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. (Photo by Wessel Oosthuizen/Gallo Images)

The fixtures list for the 2018 Rugby Championship was revealed on Thursday, and the Springboks will kick off their campaign against Argentina at Kings Park in Durban.

The coastal city, along with Port Elizabeth and Pretoria will host South Africa’s home games in the competition who, soon after their opener, head off to Mendoza for the return leg against the Pumas, with Brisbane and Wellington next on the itinerary.

Just as was the case last year, Rassie Erasmus’ men will round off the competition with a return home, where they will take on Australia at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, before facing off against defending champions, New Zealand at altitude at Loftus Versfeld.

When does the 2018 Rugby Championship start?

The competition starts on Saturday 18 August, with the trans-Tasman derby between Wallabies and the All Blacks kicking off proceedings in Sydney.

On the some day, later in the afternoon, the Boks will host the Pumas, whom they managed to defeat home and away in last year’s edition, where they finished a disappointing third after failing to register a victory against the two other nations in the competition.

They did however come agonisingly close to victory on three occasions, as they drew twice against the Wallabies, before closing off their campaign with a close defeat to champions, New Zealand in a dead rubber at Newlands.

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18 August
Australia vs New Zealand, Sydney (12:05)
South Africa vs Argentina, Durban (17:05)

25 August
New Zealand vs Australia, Auckland (09:35)
Argentina vs South Africa, Mendoza (21:10)

8 September New Zealand vs Argentina, Nelson (09:35)
Australia vs South Africa, Brisbane (12:05)

15 September
New Zealand vs South Africa, Wellington (09:35)
Australia vs Argentina, Gold Coast (20:05)

29 September
South Africa vs Australia, Port Elizabeth (17:05)
Argentina vs New Zealand, Buenos Aires (00:40)

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Rugby Championship: New Zealand hold off South Africa in Wellington

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A second-half try from skipper Richie McCaw helped New Zealand to a 14-10 win over South Africa in their Rugby Championship clash in Wellington.

The Springboks had led 7-6 at the break thanks to a superb 17th minute try from Cornal Hendricks but eight minutes into the second period Kieran Read collected Aaron Cruden’s cross-field kick and offloaded to McCaw, who crossed in the corner.

That put the All Blacks 11-7 in front and, although a Handre Pollard drop goal cut the deficit to just a single point, sub Beauden Barrett’s penalty gave the hosts a little breathing space again.

South Africa poured on pressure at the death but New Zealand held firm to win a pulsating Test match.

New Zealand (16) now lead the table by six points from Australia and South Africa who are level on 10 points apiece after four rounds of action, while Argentina – still searching for their first win – prop up the table with two points.

Cruden slotted an 11th-minute penalty to give the hosts a 3-0 lead after a slow start to proceedings in blustery conditions in New Zealand’s capital.

South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer’s decision to include Pollard at No 10 proved to be an astute one when his defence-splitting inside pass found Hendricks and the wing evaded Israel Dagg’s tackle to touch down in the 17th minute. Pollard added the conversion to give the Springboks a 7-3 lead.

The All Blacks, who had conceded only one try in three 2014 Rugby Championship encounters prior to this game, hit back with a ferocious drive by their forward pack and Cruden slotted a second penalty when French referee Jerome Garces penalised South Africa for being offside at the breakdown.

Cruden then peppered the left channel with a series of chip-kicks over the South Africa defence but full-back Willie le Roux mopped up the danger on every occasion and the Springboks went into the half-time break with a slender 7-6 lead.

The All Blacks started the second half in blistering fashion and went into an 11-7 lead when McCaw dotted down in the corner after Kieran Read collected Cruden’s pin-point cross-field kick, wrestled free from Le Roux’s grasp and slipped a reverse pass to his skipper two metres from the try line.

Cruden could not add the extras from the touchline and, after Aaron Smith lost a foot race with Willie le Roux as the full-back touched down Cruden’s grubber kick behind his try line for a 22-metre drop out, Pollard reduced the deficit to just one point with a sweetly struck drop goal.

Both sides made changes on the hour mark and South Africa had the chance to take the lead a few minutes later when the All Blacks were penalised for infringing at the breakdown, but Pollard could not slot his first penalty of the evening.

Julian Savea broke three South Africa tackles in a rampaging 50-metre run down the left wing and South Africa’s sprawling defence were forced to concede a penalty which Barrett, on for Cruden, duly slotted to stretch the All Blacks’ lead to 14-10.

South Africa kept plugging away and spent the final few minutes camped on the New Zealand try line but the All Black defence, despite losing possession in a scrum in the final moments, held firm to grind out the victory.

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Rugby World Cup 2015: Ultimate Form Guide to All Blacks v South Africa semi-final

NEW Zealand and South Africa are the two most dominant teams in international rugby history.

The defending champion All Blacks rank as one of the world’s most impressive outfits in any sport — boasting an all-time winning percentage of 78.45.

New Zealand has played 536 Tests and won a whopping 411 of them, to go with 106 losses and 19 draws, with a points differential of +7359.

South Africa — who like New Zealand have won two World Cups — have an all-time winning percentage of 65.88.

The Springboks have played 450 Tests and won 286 of them, to go with 143 losses, and 21 draws, with a points differential of +3432.

Here is our Ultimate Form Guide to their RWC semi-final.

South Africa’s Bismarck du Plessis and New Zealand’s Richie McCaw. Source: FOX SPORTS

New Zealand last five vs. South Africa

W 27-20 @ Johannesburg, 2015

L 27-25 @ Johannesburg, 2014

W 14-10 @ Wellington, 2014

W 38-27 @ Johannesburg, 2013

W 29-15 @ Auckland, 2013

All time record: New Zealand 52, South Africa 35, Draws 3

Four to one might seem like a lopsided scoreline but the last five encounters have all been fairly close.

In their most recent meeting, the All Blacks required a piece of late lineout magic to emerge victorious at Ellis Park, with captain Richie McCaw scoring from a 73rd minute move reminiscent of their 2011 World Cup final try.

Despite the fierce rivalry, coaches Steve Hansen and Heyneke Meyer are close friends, with the pair regularly dining together before games.

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“Getting around London’s a nightmare so we’ll probably miss out on the meal but nothing else will change,” Hansen said.

“It’s like playing your brother. We really enjoy (the Springboks) company. They are good men. “They play real hard on the track but off they track they are great people.

“He [Meyer] drives that. He’s the leader of their ship and I’ve got a lot of respect for him. So we won’t change anything, we just won’t have an opportunity to go for a braai or a meal somewhere because of the travel it’s not possible.”

New Zealand vs. South Africa @ World Cups

L 15-12 @ Johannesburg, 1995 (final)

L 22-18 @ Millennium Stadium, 1999 (bronze game)

W 29-9 @ Melbourne, 2003 (quarterfinal)

No-one cares about third v fourth play-offs while few in New Zealand remember the 2003 quarter-final, given the All Blacks were toppled by Australia a week later in Sydney.

By far the most famous World Cup encounter between these two great teams was the 1995 decider in front of Nelson Mandela and a packed Ellis Park.

In fact, this is almost certainly the most iconic rugby game of all-time, given the role it played in uniting a fractured South Africa.

With President Mandela wearing captain Francois Pienaar’s No 6 jersey, the inspired Boks played like men possessed, with Joel Stransky kicking the matchwinning drop goal in extra time and the sick All Blacks were left to curse a waitress named Suzie.

New Zealand in 2015 (9 wins, 1 loss)

W 62-13 vs. France @ Millennium Stadium

W 47-9 vs. Tonga @ Newcastle

W 43-10 vs. Georgia @ Millennium Stadium

W 58-14 vs. Namibia, London

W 26-16 vs. Argentina, Wembley

W 41-13 vs. Australia, Auckland

L 27-19 vs. Australia, Sydney

W 27-20 vs. South Africa, Johannesburg

W 39-18 vs. Argentina, Christchurch

W 25-16 vs. Samoa, Apia

Just one blemish for the All Blacks this season, with Australia employing the David Pocock-Michael Hooper tag-team for the first time and to great effect in a 27-19 triumph to win The Rugby Championship in Sydney.

“They played particularly well and thoroughly deserved the win and championship,” Hansen said.

“We have to go away now and have a good look at ourselves.

“We don’t have to do that very often, and it still sucks. But it will build resolve within us.

“We have been here before. We have lost games before. It doesn’t mean we are a bad side.”

South Africa in 2015 (5 wins, 4 losses)

W 23-19 vs. Wales @ Twickenham

W 64-0 vs. USA @ London

W 34-16 vs. Scotland @ Newcastle

W 46-6 vs. Samoa @ Birmingham

L 34-32 vs. Japan @ Brighton

W 26-12 vs. Argentina @ Buenos Aires

L 37-25 vs. Argentina @ Durban

L 27-20 vs. New Zealand @ Johannesburg

L 24-20 vs. Australia @ Brisbane

By their own high standards, 2015 has been an extremely patchy season for the Springboks.

Coach Meyer had been earmarked for a contract extension post-World Cup but he was instead left fighting for his job after the shock 34-32 loss to Japan in pool play.

The Springboks had already suffered three straight losses in The Rugby Championship — including their first defeat to Argentina on home soil — but they righted the ship and have now won four straight at the World Cup.

Steve Hansen’s New Zealand coaching record (appointed December, 2011)

47 wins, 3 losses, 2 draws (90.4%)

Heyneke Meyer’s South Africa coaching record (appointed January, 2012)

31 wins, 13 losses, 2 draws (67.4%)

Both teams have injury issues ahead of the big clash.

The All Blacks are sweating on exciting rookie winger Nehe Milner-Skudder (shoulder) and loose-head prop Wyatt Crockett (groin).

“Nehe is progressing really well,” said All Blacks assistant coach Ian Foster.

“There’s certainly improvement there.

“Wyatt we are not so sure about. It’s a possibility [he misses the match].

“There’s been some progress but we’ll see what happens.”

Waisake Naholo is the obvious replacement for Milner-Skudder while Joe Moody — who threw a classy try assist against France — is on standby for his Canterbury teammate Crockett.

South Africa’s concerns are locks Lood de Jager and Victor Matfield and world class hooker Bismark du Plessis.

“Lood injured a tendon in his foot,” Springboks doctor Craig Roberts said.

“We just have to wait and see how it settles over the next few days before making a decision.

“Bismarck has a nasty laceration on his hand, which was caused by Francois Louw accidentally standing on it. It’s been stitched up and is still swollen, but I’m confident Bismarck will be ready for the All Blacks.”

Possible starting XV’s

New Zealand (1-15): Joe Moody, Dane Coles, Owen Franks, Brodie Retallick, Sam Whitelock, Jerome Kaino, Richie McCaw (captain), Kieran Read, Aaron Smith, Dan Carter, Julian Savea, Ma’a Nonu, Conrad Smith, Nehe Milner-Skudder, Ben Smith

South Africa (1-15): Tendai Mtawarira, Bismarck du Plessis, Frans Malherbe, Eben Etzebeth, Lood de Jager, Francois Louw, Schalk Burger, Duane Vermeulen, Fourie du Preez (captain), Handre Pollard, Bryan Habana, Damian De Allende, Jesse Kriel, JP Pietersen, Willie le Roux

Ranking: New Zealand 1st, South Africa 3rd

Odds: New Zealand $1.30, South Africa $3.50

How to watch it: Live on Fox Sports 502HD on Sunday, October 25 from 2am (AEDT).

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