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A victory might be too much to ask for Tongan fans against the All Blacks in Hamilton on Saturday, and going on recent history scoring a try might even be a tall order.
Tonga have played 400 minutes of rugby against the All Blacks and scored just twice, one of the worst try-scoring ratios against New Zealand. In five tests against the All Blacks, Tonga have managed 35 points and conceded 326.
The two sides first met in a test at the 1999 World Cup in Bristol. The All Blacks ran out 45-9 winners that day with Jonah Lomu, who was born to Tongan parents, scoring twice. Tonga went tryless.
They faced off a year later in Albany, to date their only meet
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