Ireland will face Maori All Blacks for the second time on a tour of New Zealand preparing for the final decision test this weekend.
Ireland participated in the game behind a historic first victory against the All Blacks in Kiwi soil, but they were defeated Maori side in the first game of the tour.
Here’s everything you need to know about the game.
What time is the kickoff?
The kick-off is Tuesday, July 12, at 8:05 am Irish time.
The match will take place at Wellington’s Sky Stadium, where Ireland will face New Zealand in Saturday’s third final test.
Which Irish TV channel broadcasts the match live?
Sky Sports is broadcasting a match set to start broadcasting at 7:50 am on Sky Sports Action.
TV subscribers can now watch the match through the associated subscription.
Game repeats will be displayed in Sky Sports Action at 6:30 pm.
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What is the latest team news?
Irish coach Andy Farrell has announced that Keith Earls will be the captain of the side.
Farrell is fighting an injury. That is, you may ask the player to work between the middle of the week and the test side.
Ireland: M Raleigh; J Larmour, K Earls, S McCloskey, J O’Brien; C Frawley, C Casey; E Byrne, N Scannell, TO’Toole; K Treadwell, J McCarthy; C Prendergast, N Timoney, G Coombes.
Alternatives: R Herring, E Burn, F Beeram, R Baird, J Conan, C Murray, J Carberry, M Hansen.
Maori All Blacks: J Mooreby; S Stevenson, B Sullivan, A Nankivell, C Garden-Bachop; J Ioane, TJ Perenara (Captain); O Norris, K Eklund, T Lomax; M Selby-Rickit, I Walker-Leawere; R Prinsep, B Harmon, C Grace.
Alternatives: L Apisai, T Williams, M Renata, M Hicks, C Delaney, B Weber, R Love, B Proctor.
What are the latest betting odds?
Maori All Blacks is a favorite to win at a price of 8/11.
Ireland is a 6/5 underdog and the draw is 20/1.
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