Watch New Zealand All Blacks vs Wales Live Streaming 2014 End Of Year Autumn International Live Online.This Rugby Union match will be kick off at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales, Saturday 22 November 2014 online, Time 17:30 GMT (UTC+0) and its broadcast on Fox Sports,Online Channels,Sky Sports.
The All Blacks play their last game of the season against Wales in Cardiff this weekend. The match kicks-off on Sunday, 23 November at 6.30 am NZ Time
What: All Blacks end of year tour
Who: All Blacks vs Wales
When: Sunday, 23 November – 6.30am
Where: Millennium Stadium – Cardiff
I can watch it on: Sky Sports or live scores here from 6.30am
Tab Odds: All Blacks $1.10 Wales $6
What they did last time:
The All Blacks narrowly defeated Scotland 24-16. It wasn’t a good game and the less said about it the better.
Wales battled to a 17-13 win over Fiji, who played with 14 men for most of the second half. It was another game to quickly delete from My Sky.
Last time they played:
The All Blacks won 33-10 in Cardiff in 2012 after leading 23-0 at halftime.
New Zealand and Wales have played each other 29 times, with the All Blacks winning 26 to Wales’ three.
The average score is 30-10 to the ABs.
What you need to know:
The All Blacks weren’t great, but Scotland were better than expected last weekend.
After a great cameo against the USA, Dan Carter looked rusty in the No. 10 jersey. He missed a couple of kicks and was replaced after 55 minutes.
Victor Vito followed Nathan Harris and Cory Jane in returning to New Zealand with an injury. The Hurricanes loose-forward picked up a calf injury in the first half against Scotland.
Richie McCaw started at blindside against Scotland with Sam Cane at openside. Don’t expect that to happen again. Liam Messam or Jerome Kaino will be back in the number six jersey with Kieran Read at No.8 and McCaw at openside.
Jeremy Thrush and Colin Slade were two of the standouts against Scotland. Thrush, who was awarded Man of the Match, will be hard to ignore this weekend even though Brodie Retallick is back, while Slade’s performance will give coach Steve Hansen plenty of food for thought.
Conrad Smith is back with the team after missing the Scotland match for personal reasons.
Reason to watch:
It’s the last All Blacks game of the year. After this, there’s just the Wallabies v England next week, and do we really want to watch that?
Wales in Cardiff is one of the best atmospheres in world rugby. Will the Welsh be able to drown out the haka like England and Scotland?
Reasons to turn away:
It’s on early. Record it, sleep in and watch it at a more reasonable hour over bacon and eggs.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen on five-eighth selection –
“The hardest part about it is which ones do we leave out, because we’ve got four really good ones.
“They’re all in really good form and obviously Dan is a bit behind the eight-ball with game time, but he’s a world class player.
“Crudes has proven that he can do the job and Barrett and Slade have both been very, very good so it’ll be a matter of who we leave out, rather than who we put in.”