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21.June.2008

All Blacks v England

Christchurch

7:35 PM

44-12

Sheridan ruled out of second Test

England prop Andrew Sheridan has been ruled out of Saturday's second Iveco Series Test against the All Blacks in Christchurch, prompting team management to summon a replacement from the United States.
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Payne straight into action?

Andrew Sheridan is set be replaced by Wasps loose-head Tim Payne for England's second Test against New Zealand after suffering a gruesome eye injury.
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All Blacks announce team to play England

All Blacks coach Graham Henry and his assistant coaches Wayne Smith and Steve Hansen have announced the team to play England in Christchurch on Saturday June 21 at AMI Stadium:
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England revamp their backline for second Test

England have overhauled their backline for the second Iveco Series Test against the All Blacks on Saturday.
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Dowd off limits for new English prop

The 119kg frame of England prop Tim Payne will tread lightly this week, making sure to evade the man he credits most for his late-blooming Test career.
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Barkley hits out at England selectors

Olly Barkley told the England coaches exactly what he thought of their decision to drop him from the starting team for Saturday's second Test against New Zealand.
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McCaw and Williams still in doubt

Mixed in with the pleasure of the All Blacks' performances heading into the Philips Tri Nations is the worrying prospect of starting the campaign without two key forwards - captain and flanker Richie McCaw and lock Ali Williams.
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Number 6.5 suits Thomson just fine

The All Blacks have found the perfect role for flanker Adam Thomson, who's never been sure what position to call his own on the rugby field.
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Kahui hopes injuries are a thing of the past

Dynamic on the field, debut All Blacks centre Richard Kahui hopes being more sensible off it will exorcise the injury demons that have bedevilled his rugby career.
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Preview: Iveco Test New Zealand v England

England has decided that blame for last weekend's Test loss to the All Blacks lies with the backs, while the home team believes it still has the ability to cause more problems in the second Test in Christchurch on Saturday.
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