New Zealand's All Blacks prepare for tomorrow's rugby world cup final
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Rugby expectations high in New Zealand for All Blacks

The countdown is on in New Zealand as the All Blacks prepare for tomorrow morning's rugby world cup final in Auckland.

It might have been six weeks since the start of the tournament but New Zealand have been waiting for the last 24 years to claim the Webb Ellis trophy.

They go into their decider against France as firm favourites.

The BBC's Dan Roan reports from Auckland.

  • 22 Oct 2011
  • From the section World