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|2019 Rugby World Cup bronze final|
|Venue:Tokyo Stadium, TokyoDate:Friday, 1 NovemberTime:09:00 GMT|
|Coverage:Full commentary on BBC Radio Wales, Radio Cymru, BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra, plus live text commentary on the BBC Sport website and app|
Wales wing Owen Lane will make his World Cup debut in the bronze match against New Zealand on Friday.
Cardiff Blues player Lane, 21, was a late call-up to the squad last week to replace the injured Josh Navidi.
Warren Gatland has made nine changes to the side beaten by South Africa in the semi-final for his last game in charge.
Tomas Francis (shoulder), George North (hamstring), Aaron Wainwright (hamstring) and Leigh Halfpenny (concussion) are all unavailable.
New Zealand have made seven changes to the team that lost to England in the last four in what will be captain Kieran Read and head coach Steve Hansen’s last international match.
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For Wales, Hallam Amos replaces Halfpenny at full-back, while tournament top try-scorer Josh Adams completes the back three as he starts his seventh World Cup match.
Jonathan Davies starts again after returning to the side against South Africa and is partnered in the midfield by Owen Watkin, with Hadleigh Parkes dropping to the replacements.
Parkes will be joined on the
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