Bledisloe Cup 2020, Wallabies versus All Blacks, Teams: Rieko Ioane in...

Bledisloe Cup 2020, Wallabies versus All Blacks, Teams: Rieko Ioane in...
Bledisloe Cup 2020, Wallabies versus All Blacks, Teams: Rieko Ioane in...

Rieko Ioane may not have an immediate chance to make up for his mistake in the first Bledisloe Cup test as his status for tomorrow’s clash against Australia at Eden Park is in doubt.

Ioane, who fell on the bench in the 16-all draw against the Wallabies in Wellington last weekend after losing the ball to try while diving, has doubts about a hamstring injury.

Peter Umaga-Jensen has been used as cover in the event Ioane is unable to play. The decision has to be made tomorrow.

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Umaga-Jensen had trained with the All Blacks earlier this week but was released for Wellington against North Harbor this afternoon. However, due to his injury, Ioane was removed from the squad late in the game to fly to Auckland and reconnect with the All Blacks.

Anton Lienert-Brown and Jack Goodhue will start at the centers, while Umaga-Jensen, together with reserve support Alex Hodgman, could make his first appearance in the black jersey if he has to sit on the bench.

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The news would be another blow to the All Blacks backline after George Bridge was ruled out earlier this week after a training injury.

Bridge is out of training for up to six months after a chest injury, while Sam Whitelock is also out of tomorrow’s game due to a headache.

After Caleb Clarke and Tupou Vaa’i made their debut from the bench in Wellington, they switched to the starting line-up for the second Test as replacements.

This appeared in the NZ Herald and was republished with permission.

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