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New Zealand will be without injured trio Luke Romano, Aaron Cruden and Beauden Barrett for Saturday's Rugby Championship clash with Australia.
New Zealand captain Richie McCaw believes the world champions will be able to cope without their talisman Dan Carter as they go into battle against Wales at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday.
No 8 Kieran Read will captain New Zealand for the first time in Saturday's Test against Italy and will lead out a much-changed line-up.
New Zealand's Aaron Cruden said winning the World Cup more than compensated for a knee injury.
Dan Carter has urged New Zealand to be prepared for the unexpected when they take on France in Sunday's World Cup final.
New Zealand have dropped Sonny Bill Williams to the bench for Sunday's World Cup semi-final against Australia.
The Chiefs are poised to replace Bath-bound Stephen Donald with Hurricanes fly-half Aaron Cruden.
Four penalties from fly-half Matt Giteau helped ACT Brumbies to a narrow 17-16 victory over Wellington Hurricanes on Saturday.
Jonny Wilkinson chats to Sky Sports about playing on, heading to America and a future in coaching.
Wales captain Sam Warburton talks us through what he eats before a match to get the most energy.
Danielle Waterman says England Women are primed to power their way through World Cup year.
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