Bledisloe III – Australia v NZ in Japan – Predictions & Odds

New Zealand vs Australia

The next time the Wallabies and the All Blacks leave their respective shores for Japan, they will be headed to the 2019 Rugby World Cup.

This time around, they have a fantastic one-off Bledisloe Cup match to look forward to, before both head to Europe for the traditional Spring tours.

As for the Wallabies, they have matches scheduled against Wales, Italy and England.

For their part, the All Blacks play the 2019 World Cup hosts, Japan, followed by very big eye-catching games against England and Ireland.

All Blacks coach Steve Hansen says next weekend’s Bledisloe Cup test is a dress rehearsal for next year’s World Cup;

“You get up there, you find out what the culture of the place is like, the stadiums you’re going to play in and the facilities you’re going to train in’

The All Blacks should be too good for the Wallabies in Japan.

However, they’ll be wary.

The last time the teams played in Asia, the Wallabies triumphed 26-24 in Hong Kong in 2010.

Australia vs New Zealand – Bledisloe III 2018

Odds as at 21 October 2018 – subject to change

Nissan Stadium – Yokohama – Japan – 27/10/2018 – 5:00pm AEST

Broadcast Guide

TV; TEN Network & Fox Sports

Radio; ABC Grandstand

Teams Betfair
New Zealand
Australia
Draw

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