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Can The Wallabies Break The Bledisloe Curse? Game 3 LIVE this Saturday night on 10

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The All Blacks have one hand on their 18th straight Bledisloe Cup, but with the Wallabies back on home turf, do they have what it takes to pry those Kiwi fingers from the Cup?

After their valiant draw in Wellington, the Wallabies couldn’t repeat their stirring Bledisloe I performance and went down to the All Blacks at Eden Park.

But with two intense hit-outs under their belts, the Wallabies may be more battle-hardened for Dave Rennie’s first Test as head honcho on Australian soil.

If the Aussies plan on breaking an 18 year drought, they will need to win the remaining two clashes. Look we get it, the stats aren’t in our favour, but the Wallabies are building so don’t jump off the Bledisloe bandwagon just yet or you could miss history being made.

You know the time, you know the place. All that’s left is to chill the beers. Let’s get it done Australia!

10 Sport’s Scott Mackinnon will host the broadcast, along with the voice of rugby Gordon Bray, Wallaby legend and 10 News First sport presenter, Matt Burke and bringing you all the action direct from the sideline, will be former Wallaby Morgan Turinui.

Join the team for all the heart pumping coverage, live and free on 10, WIN Network and streaming on 10play.com.au

Wallabies V All Blacks – Game III – Saturday, 31 October At 7pm AEDT on 10 And WIN Network. Streaming On 10play.com.au

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