The All Blacks have suffered a late setback ahead of their showdown with the Wallabies, with Rieko Ioane ruled out of the clash with a tweaked hamstring.
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Peter Umaga-Jensen has come onto the bench and is in line to make his All Blacks debut.
The All Blacks haven't lost a test to the Wallabies at Eden Park since 1986 – but the fresh-faced Australians who are coming off an upset draw last Sunday "might not know any better".
NEW ZEALAND VS AUSTRALIA - WHERE AND WHEN
The second New Zealand vs Australia match will be played at Eden Park in Auckland on Sunday, October 18. Kick-off is at 4pm NZDT local time, so that's 2pm AEDT for Aussies (and 4am BST in the UK). Australians can watch the clash free-to-air on Network 10, on Foxtel or on Kayo Sports, while you'll need to be a Sky Sports subscriber in New Zealand.
This is the second of two consecutive Tests set to be played on the All Blacks home turf and is at Eden Park in Auckland. The first game was an epic in Wellington, finishing 16-16.