The Wallabies are bracing for a fierce All Blacks backlash.
Wallabies Vice Captain, Samu Kerevi says the All Blacks are still the number of one team in the world and the Wallabies will face a big challenge this week in Auckland.
Kerevi who was 9-years-old the last time the Wallabies won the Bledisloe Cup in 2002 says the plan is to go to Eden Park and win the Bledisloe Cup this Saturday.
Who’s still buzzing after that win!— Qantas Wallabies (@qantaswallabies) August 12, 2019
Here are the Wallabies Top Performers from Saturday night, did we get it right?
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The Wallabies and All Blacks face off in the Bledisloe Cup decider at 7.35pm this Saturday at Eden Park in Auckland.