New Zealand 15-15 British and Irish Lions: Dramatic Eden Park encounter sees series drawn between the All Blacks and the Lions despite frantic finish New Zealand and the British and Irish Lions shared the spoils in the deciding Test at Eden ParkNgani Laumape opened proceedings by registering the game's first try in the opening stages Jordie Barrett burst through on the cusp of half-time to add the All Blacks second try on his first startElliot Daly struck a huge 50-yard penalty in the second...
Liam Williams was forced to miss training on Wednesday prior to the Lions' flight up to Auckland, as the Wales full-back was experiencing leg 'tightness'. Warren Gatland is due to name his team for the series decider at 8pm on Wednesday night – UK time – and the absence of Williams from the first training session of this week suggests that the 26-year-old's place in the Test starting XV is in some doubt.
The British and Irish Lions capitalised on the sending off of Sonny Bill Williams for a shoulder charge to beat New Zealand 24-21 in their own backyard and tie the series at 1-1. Tries from Taulupe Faletau and Conor Murray, plus 14 points from the boot of Owen Farrell, earned a momentous victory in Wellington after Williams was dismissed for a shuddering tackle on Anthony Watson in the first-half.
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Selecting a term
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