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Wallabies 47 - 26 All Blacks
80 min: That's it, it's all over ! The Wallabies came ready to front and that's exactly what they did! Outplayed in every way and deserved the win, the reverse fixture will come in a weeks time at Eden Park - here's the match wrap.
79 min: TRY - Wallabies, just sums up the night for the Wallabies, the throw the ball around and it's Beale who scores. Kick is good. Wallabies 47 - 26 All Blacks.
78 min: All Blacks knock the ball on and that should be game.
76 min: Genia with a knock on there and the All Blacks will have a scrum feed - they need a try now if they are to draw this game.
75 min: Ardie Savea makes a great run down the left but he can't link up with anyone.
74 min: Penalty goes the way of the All Blacks and Read taps.
72 min: TRY - All Blacks, off the kick off Read gets a bat back and it falls to the hands of Laumape who goes over.... It's not over! Kick is good. Wallabies 40 - 26 All Blacks.
70 min: TRY - Wallabies. the All Blacks have no answer - O'Connor finds Hodge again and he goes over nearly untouched. That should be game over. Kick is good. Wallabies 40 -19 All Blacks.
69 min: The Wallabies are throwing the ball around and Beale makes a really good run from their own line. Knock on called against Aussie.
67 min: Magical from Michael Hooper - he gets the turnover and then Beale makes a bad kick straight back to the Kiwis.
64 min: Kurtley Beale grabs an offload and hits a gap before Mo'unga makes another really good tackle he has made so many of them tonight.
63 min: TRY - Wallabies, soft in the end from the All Blacks, Koroibete grabs the ball from the bottom of the ruck and he eases over. Kick is good. Wallabies 33 - 19 All Blacks.
61 min: ALB gives away a penalty. The Wallabies will kick this down field.
60 min: The Wallabies respond with a very good turnover at the breakdwon and are on attack themselves.
58 min: Knock on from Hooper called there - a massive couple of moments now as the All Blacks mount an attack from 70 m out.
55 min: TRY - All Blacks, clinical from the All Blacks - they stay patient and it's Beauden Barrett who finds a gap and scores. 26 - 19 All Blacks.
53 min: The All Blacks find themselves with some ball in hand here just 10 m out.
51 min: Wow the Wallabies look well up for this now - Sam Cane comes off for Patrick Tuipulotu
49 min: TRY - Wallabies. What a try! wow, that was Lomu-esc from Samu Korevi he bests Aaron Smith, Ngani Laumape and then sits down Beauden Barrett, he passes it to Nic White who scores. Kick is wide. Wallabies 26 -12 All Blacks.
46 min: TRY - Wallabies, a well deserved try you'd have to say - Rory Arnold juggles the ball out wide and finds Lukhan Salakaia-Loto who scores. Kick hits the post. Wallabies 21 - 12 All Blacks.
43 min: Australia go over the line but it's held up. Scrum feed for the hosts.
41 min: Kick off here for the second half.
40 min: Australia kick the penalty and they lead heading into the break.
A massive massive call - but probably the right one, a massive second half coming up.
40 min: Referee goes upstairs for a potential shoulder charge from Scott Barrett on Hooper - he is sent off for cantact with the neck - red card for Barrett.
38 min: Bitta argy bargy between Ardie Savea and Michael Hooper. Penalty called against the All Blacks, Savea pushes Hoopers head into the ground and the Aussie's kick for touch.
35 min: The Wallabies win the lineout against the throw and clear through White.
32 min: Penalty against the Wallabies after a good period of attack - good result for the All Blacks.
29 min: Knock on from Cane and the Wallabies have a scrum feed.
25 min: Australia blow two tries there - if Kerevi or Beale throw a pass it's try time but they hold it and take the penalty. Kick is good. Wallabies 13 -12 All Blacks.
24 min: White and Hodge combine again and Hodge makes another break - Aussie look very good with ball in hand.
22 min: Barrett clears and we can take a breath - ALB and Mo'unga looked very likely with ball in hand so far.
21 min: Once again, the Wallabies look very good with ball in hand but they knock the ball on out wide and we will have another scrum.
Jack Goodhue comes off the field with a hamstring injury - Laumape is on.
17 min: TRY - All Blacks, really good from the visitors - they spin the ball left and Aaron Smith finds Reiko Ioane who scores. Kick hits the post. Wallabies 10 - 12 All Blacks.
15 min: Knock on from the Wallabies and it's a big let off there - Aussie look really good with ball in hand.
13 min: TRY - All Blacks. Jack Goodhue puts a grubber through and Read and Hooper go for the ball but neither of them are able to get the ball down - Anton Lienert-Brown is there to put the ball down, try time for ALB. Kick is good. Wallabies 10 - 7 All Blacks.
10 min: TRY - Australia, incredible from the Wallabies- James O'Connor with two men on him he gets an offload away to Reece Hodge who scores the opener. Kick is good. Wallabies 10 - 0 All Blacks.
9 min: The All Blacks finally get the ball and Barrett kicks it away.
8 min: Ardie Savea pinged for a high tackle on Hooper and Aussie will kick for touch.
6 min: What a hectic start to this game - Aussie win a penalty and will go for the three. It's good. Wallabies 3 - 0 All Blacks.
5 min: The Wallabies do really well to make a break and O'Connor goes close. Read with another good turnover.
3 min: Read earns a big penalty and the All Blacks will clear now - solid from the captain over the ball.
2 min: The Wallabies spin the ball wide and they put through a kick in behind and ALB is tackled out.
1 min: The Wallabies look to run the ball early from the back, Goodue is penalised and Aussie will clear.
1 min: Kick off here in Perth and we are underway!
9:40pm: Tribute to Sir Brian Lochore right now - followed by a minute silence.
Kia ora, good evening and welcome to Newshub's live updates of the first Bledisloe Cup test between the All Blacks and Wallabies at Optus Stadium in Perth.
Victory for New Zealand would seem them retain the Bledisloe Cup which they've owned since 2003.
The All Blacks have won 10 of their last 11 tests against Australia, including their last three on the bounce.
This will be the first rugby test played at Optus Stadium in Perth; however, Australia are undefeated in their last six games played in Western Australia (W5, D1).
All Blacks: 1-Joe Moody, 2-Dane Coles, 3-Owen Franks, 4-Scott Barrett, 5-Samuel Whitelock, 6-Ardie Savea, 7-Sam Cane, 8-Kieran Read (c), 9-Aaron Smith, 10-Richie Mo'unga, 11-Rieko Ioane, 12-Anton Lienert-Brown, 13-Jack Goodhue, 14-Ben Smith, 15-Beauden Barrett
Reserves: 16-Codie Taylor, 17-Atu Moli, 18-Angus Ta'avao, 19-Patrick Tuipulotu, 20-Matt Todd, 21-TJ Perenara, 22-Ngani Laumape, 23-George Bridge
Wallabies: 1-Scott Sio, 2-Tolu Latu, 3-Allan Alaalatoa, 4-Izack Rodda, 5-Rory Arnold, 6-Lukhan Salakaia-Loto, 7-Michael Hooper (captain), 8-Isi Naisarani, 9-Nic White, 10-Christian Lealiifano, 11-Marika Koroibete, 12-Samu Kerevi, 13-James O'Connor, 14-Reece Hodge, 15-Kurtley Beale
Reserves: 16-Folau Fainga'a, 17-James Slipper, 18-Taniela Tupou, 19-Adam Coleman, 20-Luke Jones, 21-Will Genia, 22-Matt To'omua, 23-Tom Banks.
TAB odds: All Blacks $1.18 Wallabies $4.85
Pre-match banter: Former Wallabies skipper Phil Waugh predicts All Blacks downfall
The All Blacks are vulnerable and the Wallabies will capitalise in Perth on Saturday.
That's the opinion of former Australian skipper Phil Waugh, who has questioned New Zealand's status as the world's top rugby side.
Speaking to Fox Sports, Waugh has predicted a Wallabies sweep of the upcoming two-match Bledisloe Cup series.
The 39-year-old believes the All Blacks have been mediocre in their opening two Rugby Championship tests - a four-point win over Argentina and an unconvincing draw against South Africa a fortnight ago.
"Coming off that draw, they should have beaten the Springboks,"Waugh said. "They should have closed out that game."
Waugh cites recent losses to the Springboks in Wellington last year and to Ireland in Dublin a few months later as evidence Steve Hansen's side are in decline.
The former tearaway flanker claims the last time New Zealand produced an 80-minute performance was against Australia in Sydney 12 months ago.
Waugh says the rest of the rugby world has caught up and Saturday night's match would prove his point, labelling the All Blacks "very beatable".
"We go over to Perth and have a good win in Perth, and then we go to Eden Park and you beat the All Blacks for the first time since 1986," Waugh told Fox Sports.
"I know I'm sounding really optimistic here, but things turn around very quickly.
"You lose [Brodie] Retallick, who's probably their most dominant forward. They've put Richie Mo'unga in at 10, Beauden Barrett's gone back to 15, so you actually go, 'well, all of a sudden, there's a few different combinations there for the All Blacks, too'.
"They haven't got the settled look, without Dan Carter, Ma'a Nonu, Conrad Smith."
Waugh also predicts a failed World Cup campaign for the All Blacks, citing the halfback/first-five combination as a potential downfall.
Coach Hansen and his selectors have tinkered with their key playmaking roles so far this year, which Waugh says is an indication he doesn't know what his best combination is.
"If you go through World Cup history, to win, your nine and 10 really need to click, and you go right back to 1987, when it was [David] Kirk and Grant Fox.
"You need to have a really good combination at nine and 10, and that's probably a little undecided at the moment."
The Wallabies haven't held the Bledisloe Cup since 2002, winning only eight of 47 tests played between the trans-Tasman rivals in 17 years.