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18.November.2018

Ireland v All Blacks

Aviva Stadium, Dublin

8:00 AM

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Northern attention switches to All Blacks-Ireland

Attention in Britain and Ireland has switched from the All Blacks' game with England at Twickenham in November to the Ireland game a week later on November 17.
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Exciting challenges for Schmidt and Ireland

Ireland coach, New Zealander Joe Schmidt can now plan for his side's best tilt at a Rugby World Cup after securing the country's third Grand Slam with their 24-15 win over England in the Six Nations at the weekend.
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Irish eyes were watching events in Pretoria

Irish eyes were watching events in Pretoria when the All Blacks beat South Africa 32-30 in their last game of the 2018 Investec Rugby Championship for more reason than one.
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Conor Murray out of All Blacks Test

Ireland's ace halfback Conor Murray will not take the field against the All Blacks in Dublin on November 17.
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'Toughest game of the season - always' - Sexton

Johnny Sexton is vital to Ireland's hopes against the All Blacks, that's why he's among seven regular starters who been left out of the side to play Italy in Chicago next week.
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All Blacks vulnerable, Ireland must take risks - D'Arcy

Former Ireland and British & Irish Lions midfielder Gordon D'Arcy believes Ireland must take risks not usually open to them in the Six Nations when taking on the All Blacks on November 17 in Dublin.
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All Blacks vulnerable, Ireland must take risks - D'Arcy


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All Blacks turn thoughts to Ireland contest

With England behind them the All Blacks have arrived in Dublin with attention immediately switching to their contest with world No.2 ranked side Ireland on Sunday (NZT).
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First home win over All Blacks the goal - Sexton

Ireland will have the incentive of beating the All Blacks for the first time on Irish soil when they meet in Dublin on Sunday (NZT).
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All Blacks' motivation focused on the now

Recent history had helped create the rivalry between the world's No.1 and No.2 rugby sides, the All Blacks and Ireland, but motivation to succeed in Saturday's Test at Aviva Stadium in Dublin did not come from the past.
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