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All Blacks 36 - 0 Wallabies
Match wrap here.
80 min: That's it, it's all over ! ALB kicks it out to complete a huge win for the All Blacks and keep the Bledisloe Cup in the cabinet in New Zealand. Stay tuned for the match wrap.
79 min: TRY - All Blacks: Massive turnover from Savea once again - Todd finds ALB who hands the ball of to Bridge who scores. Kick is wide.
77 min: Massive turnover again from Perenara - good stuff from the back up halfback.
73 min: Huge defence here from the All Blacks as they try to keep the Wallabies to 0 points.
70 min: Sevu Reece scores an intercept try but the ref calls it back Sam Whitelock knocks the ball on in the build up.
67 min: TRY - All Blacks, Jordie Barrett puts through a really good kick - Sevu Reece gets a nice kick on it, the electric winger flies down the wing and scores! Kick is good. All Blacks 31 - 0 Wallabies.
66 min: Massive turnover from TJ Perenara and they win a penalty.
64 min: Really good attack from Aussie there Cane and Jordie make a huge tackle there.
63 min: Penalty goes against Sam Cane - too keen for a turnover there - off his feet is the call.
59 min: Mo'unga is down and is getting help from the medical staff - concerns for his shoulder. He has gone off - replaced by Jordie Barrett.
58 min: Really slick backline move from the All Blacks but ALB throws it forward.
55 min: Knock on from the Wallabies - All Blacks clear.
53 min: Wallabies win a penalty and kick for touch - probably need to score here.
50 min: Knock on from the All Blacks - here comes Genia for Nic White.
48 min: Toomua makes a huge break for Aussie and tries to link but he cant, great work from ALB to turn the ball over.
46 min: TRY - All Blacks, off the scrum and Savea gives it to Read who makes a good run - he finds SBW who scores. Kick is good. All Blacks 24 - 0 Wallabies.
44 min: Ref stops the game as Allan Alaalatoa is getting treatment after taking a knock to the head trying to tackle SBW. Coles is back on.
43 min: Massive scrum from the All Blacks - Laulala all over his opposite.
41 min: Mistake off the kick - Mo'unga's kick didn't go 10 metres,scrum Aussie.
41 min: Back underway here at Eden Park - 40 minutes left of the Bledisloe Cup series, little bit of rain around - not too bad.
Half - time, other then that bad miss from Mo'unga at the end and the yellow card on Coles the All Blacks have been really good. A big 40 in store for us here.
40 min: Penalty won by the All Blacks and they take the three - kick is wide All Blacks 17 - 0 Wallabies.
39 min: Beale is having a shocker - missing catches and looking horrible under the high ball.
38 min: Really good defence from Reece on Koroibete - All Blacks turn the ball over and clear through Smith.
37 min: Penalty won by the All Blacks - ref goes upstairs for something Coles did off the ball, he gets rid of Nic White from the ruck initially it's around the neck and Coles will go to the bin for 10 minutes.
36 min: Naisarani makes a break for the Wallabies and puts the All Blacks under pressure but Sam Cane does very well and earns a turnover.
35 min: Great defence from Tuipulotu and Bridge to set up a turnover and put the Wallabies right under pressure here.
32 min: TRY - All Blacks, Awesome counter attack from the hosts - Barrett finds Bridge who gasses two defenders and he finds Aaron Smith who scores. Kick is good. All Blacks 17 - 0 Wallabies.
29 min: TRY - All Blacks, Aussie look to attack and a bad pass sees Hodge drops the ball and Mo'unga does really well to pick it up and he runs away to score the opener. Kick is good. All Blacks 10 - 0 Wallabies.
28 min: Penalty against the All Blacks at scrum time, Wallabies kick for touch.
25 min: Knock on off Laulala's head - he though Savea was going to catch it, but it's a falcon.
24 min: The All Blacks go really close there - Smith with a great kick and Reece is nearly away - then Mo'unga with a cross field kick but Aussie clear.
21 min: Michael Hooper makes a break for the visitors and Aussie win a penalty - Coles offside. Aussie kick for points. It's wide. Bad miss.
19 min: White kicks a grubber out - good defence from ALB.
16 min: Aussie once again are looking really good with ball in hand - they win a penalty. They kick for the points - off the post.
15 min: Really good attack from Aussie and Koroibete goes close! Reece and ALB with try savers.
14 min: White is on the ground after a high tackle from Whitelock - didn't look too bad - Aussie win the penalty.
13 min: Moody is pinged for coming in from the side, Aussie get a chance to clear.
12 min: Already the Wallabies have kicked it a lot - looking scared to counter-attack.
10 min: The ball falls to Barrett about 40m out and he goes for a drop-kick, struck it well but it's just to the right.
10 min: Another really good from the All Blacks, this time from Smith.
9 min: Penalty against Aussie after Reece is tackled around the neck, good work from Reece.
8 min: Lovely kick from Barrett and it puts Aussie on the back foot - Nic White clears.
6 min: Grubber kick goes out from Barrett - Aussie lineout.
5 min: Forward pass from Aussie and they can't seem to get anything going.
3 min: Huge scrum earns the All Blacks a penalty and they look to link down the left - called back after a bad pass, All Blacks kick for points. It's good from Mo'unga. All Blacks 3 - 0 Wallabies.
2 min: A bad lineout from NZ - but Aussie knock it on, scrum NZ.
1 min: Early penalty for NZ - interferance at the lineout.
1 min: Kick off here at Eden Park! Game time!
7:35 pm: Kapa O Pango is the haka for tonight - as the All Blacks prepare for battle. TJ Perenara leading.
7:32pm: National anthems now - rain still falling.
Moment of silence for Bruce Deans who passed away this week.
Here come both sides - a wet miserable night here in Auckland.
Kia ora, good evening and welcome to Newshub's live updates of the second Bledisloe Cup test between the All Blacks and Wallabies at Eden Park in Auckland.
The All Blacks are in must-win mode following last weekend's shock 47-26 in Bledisloe I in Perth.
That means a draw or loss will see them lose the prized trans-Tasman trophy which they've held since 2003.
For the Wallabies, a win or draw will see them claim the Bledisloe.
The All Blacks will be boosted by the stat that they haven't lost at Eden Park since 1994 and haven't lost to the Wallabies there since 1986.
All Blacks: 1-Joe Moody, 2-Dane Coles, 3-Nepo Laulala, 4-Patrick Tuipulotu, 5-Samuel Whitelock, 6-Ardie Savea, 7-Sam Cane, 8-Kieran Read (c), 9-Aaron Smith, 10-Richie Mo'unga, 11-George Bridge, 12-Sonny Bill Williams 13-Anton Lienert-Brown, 14-Sevu Reece, 15-Beauden Barrett
Reserves: 16-Codie Taylor, 17-Ofa Tuungafasi, 18-Angus Ta'avao, 19-Jackson Hemopo, 20-Matt Todd, 21-TJ Perenara, 22-Ngani Laumape, 23-Jordie Barrett
Wallabies: 1-Scott Sio, 2-Tolu Latu, 3-Allan Alaalatoa, 4-Izack Rodda, 5-Adam Coleman, 6-Lachlan Salakaia-Loto, 7-Michael Hooper (c), 8-Isi Naisarani, 9-Nic White, 10-Chistian Lealiifano, 11-Reece Hodge, 12-Samu Kerevi, 13-James O'Connor, 14-Marika Koroibete, 15-Kurtley Beale
Reserves: 16-Folau Fainga'a, 17-James Slipper, 18-Taniela Tupou, 19-Rob Sommins, 20-Liam Wrigght, 21-Will Genia, 22-Matt Toomus, 23-Adam Ashley-Cooper.
TAB odds: All Blacks $1.15 Wallabies $5.00
Pre-match banter: Steve Hansen defends dropping experienced trio for Wallabies test
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says his shock decision to drop Ben Smith, Rieko Ioane and Owen Franks for Saturday's test against the Wallabies was not dictated by bad form.
Wingers Smith and Ioane, along with prop Franks, were omitted from the matchday squad in favour of Sevu Reece, George Bridge and Nepo Laulala respectively.
Hansen's bold call replaces 213 caps of test experience with a more youthful 22 for the must-win Bledisloe Cup clash against Australia in Auckland.
Last week, the All Blacks slumped to a record 47-26 loss to the Wallabies in Perth and they must win the rematch to retain the Bledisloe Cup, which they've held since 2003.
A draw or loss would see the Wallabies grab the silverware.
"We'd like to see Ben, Owen and Rieko play better, but we have to find out more about these other guys in the pressure cooker situations," said Hansen. "You don't get much bigger than this.
"It's not a big call… we have to find out more about these people and to win the World Cup, we have to roll the dice.
"We wouldn't be doing it, if the guys we're putting in weren't good enough to do the job. I don't think it's a risk and there are lots of rewards with it."
Hansen described the match as "ideal" for the young trio to impress in the All Blacks' final test before the 31-man World Cup squad is named on August 28.
"We need to see if these three players can step up to the plate under big pressure.
What would happen if we get to the World Cup and [Smith] blows a tyre? Or Rieko does his hamstring and we have to put in a young guy who has never faced pressure like this.
"This game is ideal. This is the best game we could have asked for before the World Cup.
"You have to grow depth and experience. We want the guys with little experience to get some."
Steve Hansen faces his 100th test as All Blacks head coach, although he admits the century hasn't been on his mind.
"I haven't even thought about it - they're all special.
"It's a privilege and honour to be head coach of the All Blacks. Even if it's one test, that's better than the bloke who got none.
"I'm not big on milestones. It is an exciting one, because there is a lot riding on it, but that's why they're called test matches."