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The British & Irish Lions face the All Blacks in Eden Park this Saturday in the first test of the series. For a chance to win a limited edition Lions retro ball, all you have to do is like this post and comment your score prediction.
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The British & Irish Lions continued their tour of New Zealand this morning with a 34-6 win against the Chiefs in Hamilton, building momentum going into Saturday's first test clash against the All Blacks.
What are your thoughts on this morning's match and the upcoming test against the All Blacks this Saturday?
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A disappointing result for the British & Irish Lions against the Auckland Blues, losing 22-16 in Eden Park. The Lions will look to bounce back against the Canterbury Crusaders this Saturday morning, which is expected to be their toughest game yet! Let us know your thoughts on this morning's game in the comments: