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Summary

  1. Full-time: Wales 16-34 New Zealand
  2. Five second-half New Zealand tries put the visitors out of danger.
  3. Wales had been leading going in to the last 10 minutes
  4. Wales' only try was from scrum-half Rhys Webb in second half
  5. Half-time score was 3-3
  6. The last time Wales beat New Zealand was 1953

Live Reporting

By Richard Williams and Dafydd Pritchard

All times stated are UK

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  1. Post update

    So, the 61-year New Zealand hoodoo over Wales is unbroken.

    Wales play South Africa next week with captain Sam Warburton confident of a win to end the series.

    That's all from us here for today, but what will the Scrum V TV pundits make of it all? Tune in to BBC Two Wales tomorrow, Sunday 23 November, at 19:00 GMT to find out. And we'll keep you updated with all the news from the Wales and South Africa camps on bbc.co.uk/scrumv.

  2. Captain's thoughts

    Wales skipper Sam Warburton: "If we take the same effort and energy into next week (against South Africa) we'll come away with a win I'm sure.

    "The first half there were no tries and it was 3-3. We stopped them playing and you saw All Blacks making uncharacteristic errors.

    "But the most important part of a Test match is the last 10 minutes, and that's where we need to improve."

  3. Gatland's reaction

    Wales coach Warren Gatland: " I was proud of that display for 69 minutes. But they have a very good attacking game. They had a kick over the top and a good bounce and the cross kicks. They have changed the way they attack, it's not with ball in hand so much now, their kicking game was excellent."

  4. McCaw puts it down to experience

    New Zealand captain Richie McCaw: "We've been there before. Even when they were ahead I didn't think we were under the pump and I felt we just had to stick in there. We did that and once we got the try we were on top."

  5. Hansen's pride

    New Zealand coach Steve Hansen: "I don't think we wriggled off the hook. When you play against a good team like we've just played you have to go for the full 80 minutes. I'm very very proud of them."

  6. Post update

    Gareth Roberts

    BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

    The scoreboard is going to flatter New Zealand. It was a real Test up until the last 10 minutes. Wales coach Warren Gatland cannot have asked more from his players, but the deafening roar from home fans has been transformed into an at times eerie silence in Cardiff where New Zealand rule again.

    New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett scores his second try in the 34-16 win over Wales
    Image caption: New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett scores his second try in the 34-16 win over Wales
  7. Jamie's tribute

    Wales centre Jamie Roberts: "We knew their attacking kicking game was coming and we contained it well for 70 minutes, but they are a class act.

    "I don't want to take anything away from New Zealand, I thought they they deserved to win today."

  8. Post update

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "What a cruel sport rugby can be."

  9. It's all over

    Full-time: Wales 16-34 New Zealand

    So that's 26 consecutive defeats as the All Blacks produce a storming final quarter to run away with victory.

    Wales were leading after 73 minutes, but three tries in fiveminutes emphasised the class of the world champions.

  10. It's all over bar the shouting

    Jamie Roberts is named man of the match. But the crowd is silent now as the All Blacks see out time.

  11. Try for New Zealand (Barrett)

    Wales 16-34 New Zealand (77 minutes)

    The cross kick causes chaos in the Welsh defence again. Colin Slade's pinpoint chip is tapped down by Ben Smith to the supporting Beauden Barrett who claims his second try and New Zealand's fifth. Slade misses the conversion.

  12. Try review for New Zealand

    Barrett crosses after Smith's tap down. Was the knock down forward?

  13. Get involved

    Cardiff Blues lock Jarrad Hoeata (@Hoeata) tweets: Never in doubt #jobdone #AllBlacks

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  14. Get involved

    @godmondo tweets: Whatever the score ends up it's been a fantastic Test match. Lets hope for the same next week & great end to the year

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  15. Post update

    Wales 16-29 New Zealand

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "Mike will be disappointed with that, but it was slow ball. That's a devastating blow to Wales because they've given so much to this game."

  16. Clinical

    Wales have given everything but when the All Blacks sniff a chance they make teams pay. Two tries in three minutes have silenced the crowd.

    New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett scores the first of his two tries against Wales
    Image caption: New Zealand fly-half Beauden Barrett scores the first of his two tries against Wales
  17. Converted try for New Zealand (Read, con Slade)

    Wales 16-29 New Zealand (74 minutes)

    It's all over now. Mike Phillips' clearance kick is charged down by the All Blacks number eight who picks the ball up and dives over wide on the right. Colin Slade converts from the right hand touchline

  18. Converted try for New Zealand (Barrett, con Slade)

    Wales 16-22 New Zealand (70 minutes)

    Beauden Barrett has had a mixed afternoon, but makes amends with a clever chip which bounces awkwardly for Leigh Halfpenny and the Kiwi re-gathers to run around behind the posts and score. Slade converts from in front of the sticks.

  19. Penalty for Wales (Halfpenny)

    Wales 16-15 New Zealand (68 minutes)

    Leigh Halpenny fires over from 40 metres after Richie McCaw is penalised. Wales lead again.

  20. North off

    George North is taken off with a cut over his eye, to be replaced by Liam Williams.

  21. Post update

    Wales 13-15 New Zealand

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "That's a good try. A lovely cross kick. You can never write this New Zealand team off."

  22. Try for New Zealand (Kaino)

    Wales 13-15 New Zealand (63 minutes)

    All Blacks hit back. Richie McCaw is held up short after a galloping run down the right. New Zealand recycle and a cross kick finds Conrad Smith who pops the ball back inside to flanker Jerome Kaino who crosses. Beauden Barrett misses a simple conversion.

  23. Get involved

    Wales 13-10 New Zealand

    With Wales leading with less than 20 minutes left, fingernails will be taking a battering at the Millennium Stadium and in living rooms and pubs all over Wales.

    @BBCScrumV tweets: Nerves. Shot. To. Bits. #WALvNZL

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    Twitter: #ScrumV

  24. Wales changes (62 minutes)

    Luke Charteris comes on to replace Jake Ball and win his 50th cap and Justin Tipuric replaces Dan Lydiate in the back row. Scott Baldwin is on at hooker for Richard Hibbard.

  25. Post update

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "Rhys Webb has had a very, very good game. We know we have a competitor extraordinaire coming on in Mike Phillips."

  26. Post update

    Gareth Roberts

    BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

    The home crowd really has found its voice now. The belief on the field has fully infiltrated the stands. The last times we had this sort of noise at a Wales game, they put England to the sword - at Wembley in 1999 and in 2013 in Cardiff, though the 2005 Grand Slam game against Ireland should also get a mention.

  27. Change time

    Charles Piutau departs the stage as New Zealand re-shuffle their backs. Beauden Barrett drops to full back with Ben Smith moving to the wing and Colin Slade coming on at fly-half.

    Mike Phillips comes on at scrum-half to replace a limping Rhys Webb.

  28. It's a cracker

    A reminder how dangerous the All Blacks can be. Wales are turned over after an attacking line out and in the blink of an eye Leigh Halfpenny is having to scramble in defence. You can't take your eyes off it.

    Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb touches down for his try against New Zealand
    Image caption: Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb touches down for his try against New Zealand
  29. Post update

    Garin Jenkins

    Former Wales hooker on BBC Radio Wales

    "Wales have got the All Blacks rattled and it's fantastic."

  30. Penalty for Wales (Halfpenny)

    Wales 13-10 New Zealand

    Leigh Halfpenny fires one over from 40 metres after the All Blacks second row Sam Whitelock is penalised. Wales are back in front.

  31. Changes

    Another change in the front row for the All Blacks as Owen Franks gives way to Charlie Faumuina at tight-head.

  32. Handbags

    This is a cracker now. The All Blacks attack but Aaron Smith loses possession and Wales are awarded a penalty to clear the lines.

    A bit of a scuffle breaks out and the crowd really find their voice as the All Blacks are marched back 10 metres.

  33. Post update

    Wales 10-10 New Zealand

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "Wonderful response from Wales. New Zealand had taken the initiative but Wales showed character. Rhys Webb has looked very lively. Wales are right back in this game."

  34. Converted try for Wales (Webb, con Halfpenny)

    Wales 10-10 New Zealand

    Rhys Webb and Taulupe Faletau combine superbly, and the number eight puts the scrum-half over close to the posts. Halfpenny's conversion is simple.

    What a response by Wales.

  35. Post update

    Gareth Roberts

    BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

    Relief and joy for New Zealand's fans in that try - they've taken the initiative. Can Wales snatch it back? Their reaction in the coming minutes will tell us.

  36. Post update

    Wales 3-10 New Zealand

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "Dan Biggar did not have a hope in the world of stopping Julian Savea. Just the start Wales didn't want."

  37. Converted try for New Zealand (Savea, con Barrett)

    Wales 3-10 New Zealand

    Wales are turned over in their own 22, and the ball is moved swiftly left where the prolific Julian Savea beats the cover defence to score in the corner. Barrett's conversion is a cracker from the touchline. It's Savea's first try against Wales.

  38. Get involved

    As you may have noticed, former Baywatch and Knight Rider actor David Hasselhoff is at the Millennium Stadium to support Wales.

    His presence seems to be giving the Wales fans hope...

    @The_Nevster tweets: The Hoff brought down the Berlin Wall. With his support we can also break the All Black defence! #WALvNZL

  39. Substitution

    New Zealand have made one change. Joe Moody is on at loose-head for Wyatt Crockett.

  40. Second half is underway

    We're off in the second half!

  41. Get involved

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    Adrian Chess via email: We need to be calm and clinical in the second half. That means a new Wales.

  42. Post update

    Gareth Roberts

    BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

    New Zealand are renowned for scoring either side of the half-time break and Wales are clearly determined to keep them out. It's ear-splitting in here.

  43. Post update

    Jonathan Davies

    Former Wales fly-half on BBC Two

    "The key statistic from that first half is the yards made. 200 for New Zealand and only 90 for Wales which shows they are making those half breaks and making ground."

  44. Post update

    Jeremy Guscott

    Former England centre on BBC Two

    "Jamie Roberts is making good headway and making the All Blacks defence concentrate on him, and that may be why Sonny Bill Williams has been struggling."

  45. Post update

    Former Wales and British and Irish Lions scrum-half Gareth Edwards has his say on S4C's Y Clwb Rygbi: "All credit to Wales. They deserve their points and they should be in front."

  46. Get involved

    @tafowen tweets: Great effort in defence from Wales, need to believe, concentrate and keep up the pressure #WalesvNZ #makeakiwicry #ScrumV

  47. Post update

    Half-time: Wales 3-3 New Zealand

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "Wales have matched them up front and New Zealand are making sloppy mistakes. This is anyone's game."

  48. HALF-TIME

    Wales 3-3 New Zealand

    Wave after wave of New Zealand attackers descend on the Welsh try-line, but first George North holds out Charles Piutau and then after a series of close range snipes the ball is spun wide to Sonny Bill Williams who knocks on. The half-time whistle is greeted by a huge roar from the home fans.

    Terrific defence, but the All Blacks have dominated possession.

    New Zealand hooker Dane Coles is tackled by Wales' Jake Ball (L) and Alex Cuthbert (R)
    Image caption: New Zealand hooker Dane Coles is tackled by Wales' Jake Ball (L) and Alex Cuthbert (R)
  49. Get involved

    @SarahLGardener tweets: Praying that Wales can stay this competitive in the second half #WALvNZL #ScrumV

  50. Pressure mounting

    Minute and a half to go before the interval and New Zealand have an attacking scrum 15 yards out after Lydiate knocks on.

  51. Let off

    Penalty at the scrum - but it's to Wales not the All Blacks. Big relief for Wales on their own 22.

  52. Big hits

    Huge attack by the All Blacks but there's no way through and eventually Sonny Bill Williams knocks on. But that means a scrum and all eyes are on Paul James.

  53. Get involved

    @FeelinFine86 tweets: Positive game so far. If energy levels stay like this on both sides for the 80mins it'll be a phenomenal match #walvnzl #scrumv

  54. Post update

    Garin Jenkins

    Former Wales hooker on BBC Radio Wales

    "Alun Wyn Jones has got an engine like a Rolls Royce."

  55. Good chance

    Sam Warburton leads a charge up the middle after Leigh Halfpenny appeared to knock on a high kick. But a forward pass to Alex Cuthbert sees the chance go begging.

  56. Post update

    Eddie Butler

    BBC Sport rugby union commentator

    "Three of the six penalties against Wales have been against Paul James at the scrummage."

  57. Post update

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "The New Zealand back row have been quiet. Wales have competed well at the breakdown."

  58. Scrum problems

    Wayne Barnes is not happy with the Welsh scrum, and loose-head Paul James in particular. He issues a stern warning and threatens him with a yellow card after three offences.

  59. Ouch!

    Wales are struggling around the fringes of the rucks and mauls with the All Blacks tackling in pairs and making the Welsh earn their yards. That's why they call them the hard yards!

    Wales hooker Richard Hibbard tackles New Zealand centre Sonny Bill Williams
    Image caption: Wales hooker Richard Hibbard tackles New Zealand centre Sonny Bill Williams
  60. Post update

    Wales 3-3 New Zealand

    Garin Jenkins

    Former Wales hooker on BBC Radio Wales

    "That's disappointing to give away that penalty. There's big pressure coming from Owen Franks on Paul James' side of the scrum."

  61. Penalty for New Zealand (Barrett)

    Wales 3-3 New Zealand

    This time Barrett blasts the ball between the sticks from nearly halfway - strange after the earlier miss from close range.

  62. Penalty chance

    The Welsh scrum is looking a little creaky and they give away a penalty on the halfway line. Barrett is lining it up.

  63. Penalty miss

    Wales 3-0 New Zealand

    All Blacks not at their best but dominating territory, but Beauden Barrett misses a straightforward penalty to huge cheers.

  64. Get involved

    The atmosphere at the stadium is electric, what's it like from wherever you're reading, watching or listening?

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  65. Never ref

    Referee Wayne Barnes incurs the ire of the home crowd as he awards a penalty for George North's challenge on Charles Piutau, bringing a promising Welsh attack to an end.

  66. Post update

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "Wales have rattled New Zealand. They are lacking a general at the moment. They're at sixes and sevens."

  67. It's direct

    Jamie Roberts has made ground twice up the middle, but it's being spoiled by small mistakes. Paul James the latest transgressor with a knock on at a ruck.

    Wales centre Jamie Roberts takes on the New Zealand defence
    Image caption: Wales centre Jamie Roberts takes on the New Zealand defence
  68. Post update

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    On All Blacks fly-half Beauden Barrett: "That's the most I've seen a New Zealand fly-half kick the ball away. He is under pressure at the moment."

  69. Halfpenny's points tally

    Leigh Halfpenny's penalty has taken him to 402 points for Wales, and 451 in total, including Lions Tests.

  70. Order of the boot

    There's a lot of kicking. Beauden Barrett and Dan Biggar are giving it the leather but so far the defences are up to the mark, though Dan Lydiate did have a scare under one high kick.

  71. Wales lead

    Wales 3-0 New Zealand

    Richie McCaw penalised at a breakdown in the shadow of his own posts and Leigh Halfpenny makes no mistake from 15 yards out.

  72. Post update

    Wales 3-0 New Zealand

    Garin Jenkins

    Former Wales hooker on BBC Radio Wales

    "We have won three of the contact areas and that's a massive positive."

  73. Penalty to Wales (Halfpenny)

    Wales 3-0 New Zealand

  74. Penalty to Wales in front of the posts

  75. Post update

    Wales mess up their first attacking lineout and end up back on their own 22 as a result.

  76. Post update

    We're underway and it's fast and furious as Wales scrum-half Rhys Webb box kicks twice to test the defence.

  77. Post update

    Wales line up on the 10 metre line to face the Haka. No face off this time.

  78. Get involved

    #ScrumV

    @peterdavies7 tweets: Awesome atmosphere in Millennium getting goose bumps in my living room! Go on Wales

  79. It's Haka time

    God Defend New Zealand and Hen Wlad fy Nhadau are sung with gusto. Now it's time for the Haka. How will Wales face the challenge?

  80. What are the chances?

    When Wales last faced New Zealand in 2012, it was another defeat for Warren Gatland's men.

    They did, however, score one of the most remarkable tries in recent memory when all but two of the Welsh players joined a rolling maul to put Scott Williams over for a try.

    Unpredictable is an understatement - but Wales head coach Gatland hasn't ruled out a similar move today.

    "We might see that again! You never know what could happen," he has just told S4C.

  81. Post update

    Gareth Roberts

    BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

    For the first time this autumn, the remnants of the old National Stadium North Stand are not covered in the biggest Welsh flag most of us have ever seen. There's only one reason for that- the All Blacks are in town and Wales need their dragons to breathe some fire on the field.

  82. Here come Wales

    The All Blacks form a circle and the crowd roars and the flame throwers go into overdrive as Sam Warburton leads out the Welsh team to a deafening roar.

  83. The atmosphere is building

    There are two giant flags on the pitch and the All Blacks are coming down the tunnel led by Richie McCaw who runs out on his own to a great ovation from the Cardiff crowd.

  84. An odds tale

    Bookmakers generally don't believe in fairy tales or happy endings, so unsurprisingly they don't expect history to be made in Cardiff today. New Zealand are 6-1 on to win a 26th consecutive game against Wales, while it's 6-1 against a Welsh victory. The draw, if you fancy an afternoon on the fence, averages 33-1.

  85. The All Blacks' view

    New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen isn't taking anything for granted.

    "We have picked the best team we can because this [Wales] side is a good side," he's told S4C.

    New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen
    Image caption: New Zealand head coach Steve Hansen
  86. Gatland's hopes

    Wales coach Warren Gatland talking to BBC Sport's Sonja McLaughlan: "We want to beat the southern hemisphere teams. If you look two years ago England beat them (New Zealand) in the last game of the tour, Ireland should have won last year. They've been on the road for nine weeks and maybe they're a bit tired. The boys are nervous but they're excited."

  87. What do you think?

    The odds may be against Wales, but what do you reckon? Returning centre Jonathan Davies thinks his team can succeed.

    Send us your thoughts and keep in touch during the match...

    Email: scrumv@bbc.co.uk

    Twitter: #ScrumV

  88. The class of 1953

    Here they are, the last Wales team to beat the All Blacks . . . and the men they beat.

    Wales: G Williams; K Jones, G Griffiths, B Williams (capt), G Rowlands; C Morgan, R Willis; W O Williams, D Davies, C Meredith, R Stephens, R John, S Judd, J Gwilliam, RCC Thomas. Tries: Judd, K Jones. Cons: Rowlands 2. Pen: Rowlands.

    New Zealand: B Scott; A Elsom, J Tanner, R Jarden; B Fitzpatrick, L Haig; K Davis; K Skinner, R Hemi, I Clarke, R White, N Dalzell, R Stuart (capt), W McCaw, W H Clark. Try: W H Clark. Con: Jarden. Pen: Jarden.

  89. Post update

    Phil Bennett

    Former Wales and Lions captain on BBC Radio Wales

    "I think we're privileged to be here to today to see Richie McCaw lead the All Blacks for the 100th time. I want to see a Wales win but I want to see us show respect for one of the greatest players I've ever seen."

  90. Not invincible

    Clutching at straws perhaps, but . . . . Cardiff is not always a happy hunting ground for the All Blacks.

    There have been three defeats in addition to 1905, 1935 and 1953 victories for Wales.

    The famous 23-11 win by the Barbarians over New Zealand in 1973 was at Cardiff Arms Park and their dream of winning the 2007 World Cup ended at the Millennium Stadium when they were beaten 20-18 by France in the quarter final. And in 1999 South Africa beat the All Blacks 22-18 in the World Cup third place play off - again at the Millennium Stadium.

  91. It isn't always one-sided

    There have been some close calls over the years - notably in 1978 and 2004 when the All Blacks won by a point. In '79 the infamous dive by Andy Haden and Frank Oliver is what's remembered from a game the All Blacks won 13-12 with Stu Wilson scoring the only try of the match. In 2004 another legendary wing - Joe Rokocoko - produced a moment of magic to break Welsh hearts in a 25-26 defeat.

  92. Get involved

    @BBCScrumV tweets: There's only one @leighhalfpenny1.

    But then, we only ever needed one.

    Let's do this thing.

    #WALvNZL

    Leigh Halfpenny lines up a kick as Wales prepare to face New Zealand
    Image caption: Leigh Halfpenny lines up a kick as Wales prepare to face New Zealand
  93. Okay, the depressing stuff

    In 12 matches this millennium, Wales have conceded an average of 37.6 points per game to the All Blacks and have lost those Tests by an average margin of 23.5 points.

    In all matches, stretching back to 1905, Wales have scored 291 points against the All Blacks in 29 matches (average of 10 points per match) and conceded 882 (average of 30 per match). The Welsh have scored just 25 tries in those 25 games, compared with 111 for New Zealand.

  94. Post update

    Gareth Roberts

    BBC Sport Wales at the Millennium Stadium

    Amid all the talk of Richie McCaw's 100th cap as New Zealand captain, a few notable Welsh marks are also on the cards today in Cardiff.

    McCaw's open-side opponent Sam Warburton makes his 50th Wales appearance, as will lock Luke Charteris if he comes off the bench.

    Keeping Charteris company is veteran scrum-half Mike Phillips, who will win his 95th Wales cap if he comes on - taking the Racing Metro player to 100 Test caps when adding in his five British and Irish Lions Test appearances, three in South Africa in 2009 and two more against Australia in 2013.

    Wales wing Alex Cuthbert will make his 30th Wales appearance and number eight Taulupe Faletau his 40th.

  95. Landmark

    Richie McCaw cements his place as one of the true greats in the history of rugby union when he leads the All Blacks for the 100th time in a Test match today. And what a record - 87 wins, two draws and just 10 defeats. Little wonder dad Don and mum Margaret look so proud of their son.

    New Zealand captain Richie McCaw (C) with father Don (L) and mother Margaret (R)
    Image caption: New Zealand captain Richie McCaw (C) with father Don (L) and mother Margaret (R)
  96. Keep in touch

    Can't get to the game? Well, we'll keep you in touch and you can watch the action on BBC Two Wales from 17:30 GMT and the action is also on BBC Radio Wales.

    If you want to watch or listen in Welsh then the action is also on S4C and BBC Radio Cymru.

  97. Get involved

    @BBCScrumV tweets: Look out! ScrumV's @JiffyRugby is here....#Numbers!

    Scrum V pundit Jonathan Davies
    Image caption: Scrum V pundit Jonathan Davies
  98. Get involved

    @CarwynJThomas offers us some poetry as he tweets: We say bore da you say Kia Ora but today will the All Blacks continue the torture?

  99. The autumn so far

    For the Welsh it was the usual story as Australia staged a late comeback to win 33-28 in the first game of the November Test series, and Warren Gatland's team were far from convincing as they beat Fiji 17-13 last Saturday with the visitors down to 14 men for more than 20 minutes in the second half.

    The All Blacks have been their usual efficient selves without pulling up any trees - seeing off England 24-21 in Twickenham and claiming a 24-16 win over the Scots.

  100. Get involved

    You can join the conversation, we'd love to hear from you.

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  101. Today's teams

    Wales: 15-Leigh Halfpenny, 14-Alex Cuthbert, 13-Jonathan Davies, 12-Jamie Roberts, 11-George North, 10-Dan Biggar, 9-Rhys Webb-; 1-Paul James, 2-Richard Hibbard, 3-Samson Lee, 4-Jake Ball, 5-Alun Wyn Jones, 6-Dan Lydiate, 7-Sam Warburton (captain), 8-Taulupe Faletau. Replacements: 16-Scott Baldwin, 17-Nicky Smith, 18-Rhodri Jones, 19-Luke Charteris, 20-Justin Tipuric, 21-Mike Phillips, 22-James Hook, 23-Liam Williams

    New Zealand: 15-Ben Smith, 14-Charles Piutau, 13-Conrad Smith, 12-Sonny Bill Williams, 11-Julian Savea, 10-Beauden Barrett, 9-Aaron Smith; 1-Wyatt Crockett., 2-Dane Coles, 3-Owen Franks, 4-Brodie Retallick, 5-Sam Whitelock, 6-Jerome Kaino, 7-Richie McCaw (captain), 8-Kieran Read. Replacements: 16-Keven Mealamu, 17-Joe Moody, 18-Charlie Faumuina, 19-Patrick Tuipulotu, 20-Liam Messam, 21-TJ Perenara, 22-Colin Slade, 23-Ryan Crotty

  102. Post update

    Hello and welcome to this season's edition of Mission Improbable. World Champions New Zealand arrive in Cardiff at the end of a season which has seen them lose once in 11 matches - and that was by just two points against South Africa in Ellis Park, Johannesburg. It is 61 years and 25 matches since Wales have beaten the All Blacks - is today the day?

  103. Prynhawn da

    Good afternoon and welcome to live coverage.....