The All Blacks are poised to set a pretty impressive record tonight at Suncorp Stadium, that is if this test against the Wallabies goes the way of the last two they've played.
Flanker Sam Cane will play his 50th test match, it will also be Skipper Kieran Read's 100th test start out of 107 appearances.
If the All Blacks can cross the Wallabies' line five times tonight, it'll mean they've racked up 2,000 tries in their test history, scoring 1,995 tries in 562 tests.
The closest tier one nation to the All Blacks' total is France, who have scored 1708 tries in their 113 tests, England are next, with 1579 from 712 tests, then come Wales, with 1514 from 701 test.
The All Blacks take on the Wallabies at 10 tonight.
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