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Colin Slade kicked a conversion on the last play of the match as New Zealand battled back to beat Australia 29-28.
Australia head coach Ewen McKenzie has resigned following the Wallabies’ 29-28 defeat to New Zealand on Saturday.
Australia recall Christian Lealiifano for Saturday's showdown with New Zealand in Brisbane, live on Sky Sports.
The Australian Rugby Union has dismissed reports it is preparing to sack Ewen McKenzie as Wallabies coach.
Next year's Rugby Championship will be compressed into a three-week period between mid-July and early August.
Australian captain Michael Hooper has leapt to the defence of under-fire teammate Kurtley Beale.
- Patston quits Australian team
- Argentinian Advance
- Wallabies recall Cooper
- Pulu handed All Blacks call
- Carter comeback put on hold
- All Blacks lose Kerr-Barlow
- Argentina win at last
- The Off Load
- Camacho: Pumas' win 'massive'
- Lambie the hero for Springboks
- Hourcade hails heroes
- Overdue win delights Meyer
- S Africa v N Zealand: Teams
- Argentina v Australia: Teams
- Beale dropped by Australia
- Moody starts for New Zealand
- South Africa wait on Vermeulen
- Fernandez Lobbe to miss Test
Dewi Morris wants England's youngsters given starts in at least two of the upcoming internationals.
The Rugby Championship Round-up
I watched Bath v Saracens last Friday and was very impressed with George Ford and how well he controlled that game for Bath. I would love to see him play a big role in the autumn internationals and I hope Stuart Lancaster starts him for at least two of the four Tests.
The England coach will be chatting with Sky Sports News on Monday - tweet us your questions using #asklancaster
The former England player and coach, now coaching USA, talks to Sky Sports about his teams chances of qualifying for Rio in 2016, as well as the ongoing issues currently facing Kenya's 7s team.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com