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Follow the latest updates live from the Rugby World Cup third-place play-off between New Zealand and Wales.
It’s the game no one wants to be a part of, but there’s still plenty on the line as both Steve Hansen and Warren Gatland prepare to lead their final games in charge of their respected nations.
For Gatland and Wales, it is another chance to grab an elusive first victory over the All Blacks of his tenure and the country’s first since 1953, though it will not be easy with a seriously depleted side named due to injuries in just about all positions, while for Hansen it will the most dominant eras of international rugby has ever seen. Kick-off is at 9am GMT, and you can follow the live updates below.
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Welcome toThe Independent’slive coverage of the Rugby World Cup as New Zealand take on Wales in the third-place play-off at Tokyo stadium.
Make no bones about it – it’s the match no once wants to be a part of – having been knocked out of World Cup contention in last weekend’s semi-finals yet required to stay for one more week to decide who finishes in third, which by all accounts at a World Cup is as pointless as they come.
But thankfully there are two interesting tangents running alongside this game. Wales have of course not beaten the All Blacks sinc
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