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Ireland are off to Dunedin for the second of three Tests against New Zealand on Saturday (kick-off 8.05am BST), looking to bounce back from a humbling defeat a week ago.
The All Blacks had lost three of their previous six Tests heading into the series opener but as it turns out, reports of their demise had been greatly exaggerated. They withstood an early Ireland storm before crushing them in the 20 minutes before half-time to notch a comprehensive 42-19 victory.
Having been ruthlessly hammered by the All Blacks in their opening match of the series, Andy Farrell's Ireland will look to save the series in this second Test in Dunedin. Despite Ireland scoring the game's opening try, New Zealand bulldozed their way to a six-try, 42-19 win last Saturday to maintain their incredible 28-year unbeaten run at Eden Park. Read on as our guide explains how to get a New Zealand vs Ireland live stream and watch the second Summer International rugby match online from anywhere.
The good news for the Irish coming into this clash is that inspirational skipper Johnny Sexton, who was forced off the field last weekend in Auckland thanks to a head injury, has been passed fit for this second encounter with the Kiwis. The only change to the tourist's line up for this game sees Mack Hansen come in for Keith Earls at 14.
The hosts meanwhile also make just one change from last weekend's XV, with Dalton Papalii replacing the sidelined Sam Whitelock. futrfgsfaewrfesdf