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Scotland vs New Zealand Live Stream Online Rugby, New Zealand vs Scotland Live, Saturday Rugby live, channel and key info for Live day,  Internationals Rugby live,  World Cup Rugby Live, Rugby live those words means same words,While the game won’t count for much other than a chance for the coaches to scout players, it’s useful for us to know a little bit about the team we’ll be watching face off with the Panthers. For that, let’s turn to our friends from Battle Red Blog to see what they expect from the Texans this year.

Scotland vs New Zealand Live Rugby

Rugby 2017

Even Time: 17:15


If you are not yet a subscriber to BT Sport, which is also the live home of the Aviva Premiership and European Champions Cup, find out how we can set you up in just 15 minutes!  BT Sport’s Austin Healey said he’s anticipating a “hugely entertaining game” but fears the home side will put their talents to waste against the All Blacks.“Individually Scotland are very, very strong but collectively and defensively unit-wise they’re not so good,” he told

“Their pack physically can’t match pretty much any pack in world rugby. But they can run sides around and that’s what Gregor Townsend’s recognised. They’ve got a very good backline, lots of pace. Lots of inventiveness. We saw that against Samoa.”There is one injury-enforced change to the starting side which beat France in Paris for Saturday’s clash (Sunday 4.15am AEDT).

Codie Taylor replaces Dane Coles, who has returned home with a serious knee injury, allowing Nathan Harris to come onto the bench.Starting blindside flanker Vaea Fifita holds off Liam Squire, who is on the bench at the expense of Scott Barrett.Hansen said the announcement was delayed for 12 hours while the fitness of captain Kieran Read (hip flexor) and a number of players battered in Tuesday’s win over a French selection were assessed.

Hansen also revealed a number of the midweek team were heaping pressure on the first-choice tour outfit through efforts at training and in the games, suggesting the team for next week’s finale against Wales won’t be cut and dried.

“You don’t have to say anything do you? The stats haven’t told any lies,” Hansen said of the second-string line-up.“They’ve put enough heat on the boys and the older guys understand that the other team has set the standard defensively, as an example.“There’s a little bit of a challenge on there and that’s good. And it’s only going to get better.” Hansen said a fine example came at No 6, where Squire was strongly considered to start but only missed out because of the short turnaround.Hansen confirmed Fifita would cover lock, a position he mainly plays at the Hurricanes, but he hopes it won’t happen often.“For me he’s got the capability of being a world class No 6. You don’t want to be mucking him around playing two positions at once.”

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