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Warren Gatland urges Lions to make history after sticking with winning side - but All Blacks ring the changes -

Warren Gatland has urged his players to “make Lions history” after putting his faith in an unchanged squad ahead of the Test series decider against the All Blacks in Auckland on Saturday. Gatland sent out a strong message in naming the first unchanged ...and more »

Sonny Bill Williams sees red for thuggish shoulder charge on Anthony Watson -

In what is bound to be one of the major talking points of the second Test between the New Zealand and the British and Irish Lions, Sonny Bill Williams saw red after 23 minutes after a direct shoulder charge on Anthony Watson. Williams crashed into ...and more »

Sir Ian McGeechan taken to hospital for precautionary checks after falling unwell before second Lions Test -

Sir Ian McGeechan has been taken to hospital for a check-up after collapsing hours before the second Lions Test against New Zealand. The former Lions coach's condition is not life threatening and he walked into the ambulance at the Westpac Stadium. His ...and more »

'Why was Sean O'Brien deemed not guilty?' - New Zealand media fume over decision to dismiss citing -

Sean O'Brien of the British & Irish Lions arrives at New Zealand Rugby Offices 1 Sean O'Brien of the British & Irish Lions arrives at New Zealand Rugby Offices in Wellington for a judicial hearing after being cited for dangerous play during the second ...and more »

Luke Fitzgerald would make one change to the Lions team to face the All Blacks in the final test -

1 July 2017; British and Irish Lions players, from left, Liam Williams, 1 1 July 2017; British and Irish Lions players, from left, Liam Williams, Jack McGrath and Taulupe Faletau during the Second Test match between New Zealand All Blacks and the ...and more »

Will this be the greatest rugby dogfight of all time? - Rand Daily Mail

The All Blacks will go into Saturday's deciding third Test against the British & Irish Lions at Eden Park as favourites‚ but they have seldom been under so much pressure. The Lions' series was supposed to be a straightforward coronation of the All ...and more »

Jerome Kaino: 'The Lions can enjoy their holiday in Queenstown, we would rather train' -

Jerome Kaino, the All Black flanker, said he would “rather be training” than enjoying the recreational delights of Queenstown, where the Lions rode jet boats while New Zealand completed their inquest into the second Test defeat before returning to the ...and more »

Lions tour: Assistant coach Ian Foster confident depleted All Blacks midfield will deliver - Newshub

While the All Blacks midfield resources may appear to be relatively stretched, assistant coach Ian Foster is comfortable they still have plenty of quality to call upon for Saturday's decisive third Test against the British and Irish Lions. The hosts ...and more »

British & Irish Lions support team -

No one appreciates the value of the British & Irish Lions' team behind the team more than Lawrence Dallaglio, having benefited from the best of their qualities at close quarters. Lawrence Dallaglio, a veteran of three Lions tours, has more reason than ...and more »

Rugby Union -

Three tours with The British & Irish Lions have had a life-changing effect on former England captain Lawrence Dallaglio, as a player and a person. The challenge facing The British & Irish Lions in New Zealand is straightforward: to build in a few weeks ...and more »