Event Details


New Zealand v England

Twickenham, London

3:30 AM


All Blacks line up to honour Sir Ed

Richie McCaw gets one hand on the Hillary Shield at Twickenham tomorrow but plans to take sole ownership of rugby's latest trophy when the All Blacks play England on Sunday morning (NZT).
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Grateful Henry sympathises with Johnson's plight

As the pressure mounts on Martin Johnson, Graham Henry has expressed relief that the success of the All Blacks has vindicated the extension of his international rugby coaching career.
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Henry: Kiwis impeding England

Graham Henry warns England its future prosperity is threatened by the influx of New Zealanders into the Guinness Premiership.
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Carter surprised by success

Dan Carter stands on the brink of a second triumphant grand slam tour inspired by the All Blacks' success in weathering the player drain to Europe.
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Flutey ready for All Blacks

Riki Flutey consulted with Norm Hewitt about the prospect of one day facing the haka -- but he won't be following the example set by Rua Tipoki when he plays for his adopted England against rugby homeland.
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Thorn expects England backlash

Brad Thorn fears England's record defeat by South Africa will have left it desperate to restore wounded pride against the All Blacks.
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England axes Cipriani

Danny Cipriani admits he would have dropped himself for England's final appointment against the All Blacks after last weekend's Twickenham debacle.
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Preview: England v New Zealand

England has been under tremendous pressure as the result of its poor form in the November internationals, and that pressure will not diminish against the All Blacks on Sunday (NZT).
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All Blacks announce team to play England

All Blacks Coach Graham Henry and his assistant coaches Wayne Smith and Steve Hansen have today named their team to play England at Twickenham, London, on Saturday November 29.
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All Blacks triumph at Twickenham

It was mission completed for the All Blacks with a 32-6 win over England at Twickenham to claim the Hillary Shield and complete a third Grand Slam to end its tour of Britain without having conceded a try to the four Home Nations.
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