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Time: 20:05 local, 10:05 GMT

Date:August 2013 Sat 17

Venue: Sydney

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New Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie has surprisingly thrust Toomua into
the playmaking hot seat, leaving Quade Cooper to wait for his chance
off the bench, and the All Blacks are making no secret of their
intentions to make life as difficult as possible for the Test rookie.

Back for his first Test in almost nine months after a well-earned
sabbatical, All Blacks captain Richie McCaw on Friday said the world
champions needed to shut down Toomua to cut off Australia’s ball supply
to match-winning winger Israel Folau.

This will be the 13th time the Wallabies and All Blacks have played
at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, and at the moment it’s even with both sides
having six wins at this venue. The All Blacks have won the last three
matches at this stadium, the Wallabies haven’t beaten the All Blacks
there since 2008.

ANZ Stadium isn’t a particularly happy hunting ground for the
Wallabies, having won just one of their last five matches there (v South
Africa, 2011). Most recently they lost the deciding third test match
against the Lions on this ground.

In the last five test matches against Australia the All Blacks have
averaged 21.4 points per game and scored a total of six tries. The
Wallabies have averaged 13.6 points per game and only managed three
tries, with the All Blacks keeping the Wallabies try-less in three of
those last five games.
The Wallabies managed to keep the All Blacks try-less in the last test
played in October 2012 (an 18-all draw). If they can manage that feat
again it will be first time since 1991 that they will have kept the All
Blacks try-less in consecutive tests.

Richie McCaw makes his first test start of 2013 this weekend. Last
season he played in 13 of the 14 test matches and per game averaged
eight ball carries for a total gain of 37 metres. He averaged 11.9
tackles per game, and was the top All Black tackler in nine of those 13
tests. He also averaged 27 breakdown arrivals per test, and was the lead
arriver at the breakdown in all but two tests.

The All Blacks have more experience overall with 444 caps in their
starting pack compared to Australia’s 271, and 239 caps in their
starting backline compared to 171. The Wallabies also have four starting
backs with less than five test caps including their first-five Matt
Toomua who is making his test debut, while all of the All Blacks’
starting backs have played in at least 10 test matches.

The All Blacks bench is also more experienced, boasting 169 caps to
the Wallabies’ 93. The All Blacks have just one potential debutant on
their bench in Ryan Crotty, while the Wallabies have four (Scott Sio,
Scott Fardy, Nic White, and Tevita Kuridrani).

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