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Enjoy the live Rugby Rugby Tri-Nations Freedom Cup match Live streaming between New Zealand vs South Africa on your PC on Saturday July 10 from 07:35 GMT ,2010.grab this exciting match live on your PC in this site.Catch the match live and enjoy the match here New Zealand vs South Africa
Date:Saturday June 26
Time:from 11:30 GMT
Live/Repeat: Live
This Saturday Saturday July 10 New Zealand rugby team face off against South Africa rugby team. This will be going to very exciting match, Both team looking very confidance. New Zealand won their last two match very strongly they beat Wales,in Wales tour New Zealand 29 – 10 Wales Jun 26, 2010 and New Zealand 42 – 9 Wales Jun 19, 2010. Its clear that the level of their confidance rally high. Other hand South Africa also won their last two match against Italy,so both team are really so confidance two grab the victory.

Both sides are expected to raise their game and the contest will throw up a number of intriguing match-ups will go head-to-head. Both are destined to be stars of next year’s World Cup and will relish the opportunity to gauge their development in Saturday’s clash. The ability of each to stamp his mark on the game will rely heavily on what will be a brutal forward battle and it is that contest that will be key with two talented back divisions ready to pounce on any advantage.

New Zealand historic defeat to Wales in Wales tour two week ago, this win give them lot of confidance,whole team look very tune, team spirit is really sky high. They want to be defeate South Africa,they want to be keep their demoralising attitide in the field.

Victor Matfield said “We work hard on and are very proud of our line-outs,” he said. “We’ll definitely go into the Test trying to put them under pressure there. Hopefully, getting one or two balls early can let them think back about the past few games. It’s going to be important for us. If they attack our line-out and miss, then we get our opportunity to have a good drive. Do they want to stop our drive, or go for the contest?”

“The history is there to be changed,” Matfield said. “Eden Park is home for the All Blacks. They are at their best there. It will be tough, but we don’t expect anything less. We’ve got a lot of belief in ourselves and what we are doing, we trust each other. We’ve been building for longer than last year and the things we do in the Super 14 always come through in the Tri-Nations.”  

The All Blacks are well aware of the Boks’ strong points, with lock Tom Donnelly admitting that they had worked hard on their lineout and on taking their chances after defeating Wales twice in recent weeks.

“They are the world champions, they will be a bit of a step up,” Donnelly said. “They will be more clinical. They probably won’t make as many mistakes and won’t give us as many opportunities as the Welsh did. The one or two opportunities they do give, we have to take. Their lineout is a huge challenge for us and something we’ve worked quite hard on. I suppose the test will come on Saturday night.”

De Villiers had delayed the naming of his 22 from Tuesday until today because of injury doubts over the pair.

“They came through quite nice and everybody in the squad is available so we could make a choice and deliver the best team on the field,” he said.

Botha will take his uncompromising approach into the starting XV, where he will lock the scrum with Bulls teammate and lineout maestro Victor Matfield.

“Bakkies with Victor, they form a formidable combination,” De Villiers said. “They understand each other and Bakkies will always bring that something extra. For us, it’s a plus to have him available.”
New Zealand:Squad::
Mils Muliaina (Chiefs); Cory Jane (Hurricanes), Richard Kahui (Chiefs),Conrad Smith,Ma’a Nonu,Joe Rokocoko,Jimmy Cowan, Daniel Carter (Crusaders), Jimmy Cowan (Highlanders); Tony Woodcock (Blues), Keven Mealamu (Blues), Owen Franks, Brad Thorn, Tom Donnelly (Highlanders), Jerome Kaino (Blues), Richie McCaw (Crusaders), Kieran Read (Crusaders).
Replacements: Corey Flynn, Ben Franks, Sam Whitelock (Crusaders), Liam Messam, Piri Weepu (Hurricanes); Aaron Cruden (Hurricanes), Richard Kahui

South Africa: Rugby Squad::
South Africa: Z Kirchner (Bulls); J de Villiers (Western Province), J Fourie (Stormers), W Olivier (Bulls), B Habana (Stormers); M Steyn (Bulls), R Januarie (Stormers); G Steenkamp (Bulls), J Smit (Sharks, capt), J du Plessis (Sharks), B Botha (Bulls), V Matfield (Bulls), S Burger (Stormers), F Louw (Stormers), P Spies (Bulls)
Replacements: C Ralepelle (Bulls), BJ Botha (Ulster), A Bekker (Stormers), D Rossouw (Bulls), R Pienaar (Sharks), B James (Bath), G Aplon (Stormers)

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