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Ireland is gearing up to take on the finest in the world this weekend when they host New Zealand in the Autumn Internationals.
Andy Farrell’s team got off to a terrific start last week, thrashing Japan 60-5 to avenge their World Cup setback to the Brave Blossoms.
The All Blacks, on the other hand, will be a significantly stiffer opponent this weekend, as they come in fine form.
New Zealand thrashed an inexperienced Wales squad 54-16 in Cardiff two weeks ago before defeating Italy 47-9 in Rome last weekend with their fringe players.
Ireland, on the other hand, knows how to beat the All Blacks in Dublin, having defeated them 16-9 last year.
Irish captain Johnny Sexton has cautioned his players that the swashbuckling style of rugby that they shown against Japan will not be possible against the Kiwis.
“We’ve always had liberty to do that,” he said, “but you can’t do it all the time if teams show a different picture.”
“That’s how the game went down on Saturday.”
“We’d want to do it all the time, and we were just given the photographs, which we read thoroughly and accomplished on the basis of.”
“You can’t run if a team comes in with 14 people on the front line; you have to kick more or target a different place.”
“If it comes down to it and it’s raining or the conditions are extremely awful, or they play a different sort of defense than Japan did, we’ll play the best choices we can.”
“What matters most is that we win; that’s how we’ll be assessed.”
Ireland’s team could be altered as a result of a positive Covid test among the group.
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