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MELBOURNE: Australia expects the chastened All Blacks to fire up and raise their “physical” game at their Eden Park fortress on Saturday as the world champions look to bounce back from the Perth upset and retain the Bledisloe Cup.
The Wallabies thrashed the All Blacks 47-26 at Perth Stadium to take the annual trans-Tasman series into a decider and lift Australia’s hopes of reclaiming the trophy for the first time since 2002.
The All Blacks were reduced to 14 men at the stroke of halftime due to a red card to lock Scott Barrett, but the Wallabies‘ six-try performance garnered glowing reviews from both sides of ‘the ditch’ and was a huge boost for Michael Cheika’s side six weeks out from the World Cup in Japan.
Rookie number eight Isi Naisarani said the match was the most brui
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