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The British and Irish Lions face their final warm-up game before taking on the All Blacks against the Chiefs as the squad is given one last chance to impress in an effort to force their way into the side for the first Test. Follow the latest here.
The British & Irish Lions — the rugby union all-star team with players drawn from all home nations of the United Kingdom as well as Ireland — plays its final warm-up Tuesday before the first international Test match of the 2017 New Zealand tour on Tuesday, a match that will live stream as the Lions take on Chiefs, the current fourth place team on the Australasian Super Rugby table. But Lions Head Coach Warren Gatland has thrown the game wide pine by changing all 15 starting players from his team’s victory on Saturday over Maori All Blacks.
A stellar rugby presenting line-up are bringing you brilliant coverage of the tour, with a punditry team boasting nearly 350 international caps and 15 Lions appearances between them.
Our team of expert commentators, reporters and pundits includes World Cup winner Ben Kay as lead co-commentator for all three Tests against the All Blacks, with fellow former Lion and Welsh legend Shane Williams also a key part of talkSPORT’s coverage for the Test series and other tour matches.
They are joined by one of the greatest Lions of all-time and four times Lions Head Coach, Sir Ian McGeechan, plus former Lion and Irish centre Gordon D’Arcy, and ex-New Zealand scrum-half Justin Marshall to give the Kiwi view on all the action.
The team is completed with talkSPORT’s Weekend Sports Breakfast host Georgie Bingham, talkSPORT’s lead rugby commentator Andrew McKenna and talkSPORT’s rugby correspondent Russell Hargreaves.
Northern Ireland’s 34-year-old hooker Rory Best gets his first opportunity to captain the Lions in Hamilton, New Zealand, with six players on the side getting into a game for the first time on the tour on which the Lions have already played five matches.
The Chiefs side, however, will likely feature no players set to start for New Zealand in Saturday’s first Test match, to three scheduled on the 10-date tour. But for the Lions, several players will be trying to impress Gatland enough to earn a starting spot in the Eden Park test just four days later.
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