All Blacks vs France Rugby 2018 Fight Summer Tour will be the hot and anticipated match in Wellington on the 16th June. They will meet with each other for their second test in the 2018 Steinlager series. This match will be a test and preparation to the Rugby World Cup 2019.
What is the Date, Kick-off, TV All Blacks v Les Bleus Rugby?
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- Kick-off: 7:35 pm (NZT)
- Date: June 16th 2018
- Venue: Westpac Stadium, Wellington
- Live on: Sky Sports and
New Zealand vs France Rugby Head to Head
Both teams have met 59 times where New Zealand have won 42 France have won 12 times and drawn 1 time. The biggest win by this two teams was 61-10 where New Zealand won here in Westpac stadium back in 2007. Despite their test win France has been considered to be the fire in world cup rugby being able to knock the black in finals in 1999, 2007 and they almost beat them in 2011 with a winning margin of 8-7 where the blacks took home the trophy.
All Blacks Side Key Players
Here we pick a couple of key rookies from the New Zealand side for the second test in the Steinlager series at Westpac.
Cory Jane has chosen his All Blacks Starting XV for the second Test – with an interesting addition… 🤔
— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) June 12, 2018
New Zealand side, key players include; Luke Whitelock, Jordie Barrett, and Ryan Crotty. And obviously Cory Jane who replaced at the place of Naholo will grab the focus.
France Rugby Key Players of the 2nd test
Key players in this match in France squad we have halfback Morgan Parra, midfielder Mathieu Bastareaud, center Wesley Fofana., outside back Maxine Medard.
New Zealand vs France Rugby Last Five Fight
Not even last five fight, the New Zealand All blacks Rugby defeats the Les Bleus France Rugby in last twelve matches. Including the last All Blacks vs France Rugby 2018 Fight Summer Tour in June 9th test at Auckland by a huge margin 52-11.
Who will be the winner in 2nd test?
This games as most heated one New Zealand have the upper hand of winning given their previous encounters. After considering the form of the both teams rookies and the All Blacks caliber at their home soil, I can predict margin will 40-15 for New Zealand.
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