New Zealand – Namibia LIVE The All Blacks will be able to let off steam after the defeat against the Blues… Follow the match with us…

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Rugby This apparently unbalanced match from Group A of the World Cup takes place this Friday at the Toulouse Stadium

New Zealand - Namibia LIVE The All Blacks will be able to let off some steam after the defeat against the Blues... Follow the match with us...

Very good against France, Beauden Barrett will continue at full-back for New Zealand against Namibia, this Friday in Toulouse. — Claire Jeffrey/SPP/Sipa USA/Sipa Update Show highlights only


  • New Zealand and Namibia will meet this Friday (9 p.m.) at the Toulouse Stadium, during the second day of Group A of the Rugby World Cup. The match is broadcast on TF1.
  • Both teams lost their first match: the All Blacks against Manchester United. France (27-13) and Namibia face to face; Italy (52-8).
  • The New Zealanders will want to reassure themselves after their very first defeat in the group stage in the history of the World Cup. They will field a reshuffled team with only six starting players against the Blues (B. Barrett, Lienert-Brown, Papali’i, A. Savea, Whitelock, Laulala). Captain Sam Cane (back) remains unavailable.
  • New Zealand line-up: B. Barrett – Clarke, Lienert-Brown, Havili, Fainga’anuku – (o) McKenzie, (m) Roigard – Papali’i, A. Savea (cap.), Jacobson – Whitelock, Retallick – Laulala, Taukei’aho, Tuungafasi.
  • The composition of Namibia: Loubser – Mouton, Deysel (cap.), Malan, Rossouw – (o) Swanepoel, (m) Stevens – Gaoseb, Hardwick, Conradie – Uanivi, Retief – Coetzee, van Jaarsveld, Benade.

10:00 a.m.: Hello, match fans unbalanced games and river scores

This meeting is made for you and should in all likelihood be more like a game. the Irish stroll facing; Romania (82-8) than Wales’s narrow victory against Fiji (32-26). The “A'” des Blacks still looks great and is certainly not going to do any favors for the Welwitschias. Even if the draft submitted by France on Thursday evening to Uruguay (27-12) encourages (a little) caution.

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