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Australia Kangaroos vs New Zealand Kiwis
Game Strat:
30 November 2013
Venue: Old Trafford Stadium, Manchester, UK
Kick-off time: 14 : 30pm (Local Time)
HEAD TO HEAD: Played 125: Australia 93, New Zealand 29, Drawn 3.
LAST TIME: Australia 32 defeated New Zealand 12, April 19, 2013 in Canberra.

Australia and New Zealand will meet in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup final at Old Trafford, Manchester at 1:30am AEDT on Sunday December 1.

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Stephen Kearney has pulled the plug on Frank Pritchard’s comeback after he failed to recover from a hamstring injury which ruled him out of last week’s semi-final against England.

Meanwhile, international winger of the year Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (ankle) and Manu Vatuvei (groin) were in doubt but have been named in a 19-man squad after returning to regular training during the week.

Australia coach Tim Sheens has named Billy Slater, who suffered a knee injury, after he also returned to full training for the first time on Wednesday following a fortnight of rehab.

FORM: Australia will head into the Rugby League World Cup final as hot favourites thanks to a series of exceptional results in the build-up. Since beating tournament hosts England 28-20 in their opening game, the nine-time world champions have conceded a mere two points.

The Kangaroos also lead the way in tries scored (43), tackle busts (205), metres gained (8088) and line breaks (48), while they have missed the least amount of tackles (41) by any of the 14 nations.

The scary part is Australia have seemingly found another gear during each outing.

After beating Fiji 34-2 in the group stage, the Kangaroos romped past the same opposition 64-0 in the semi-finals, continuing a trend that has seen them increase their winning margin in each of the five matches they have played.

New Zealand’s campaign has followed a similar trend. Samoa caused a brief scare early on, but since then it has been relatively smooth sailing for the Kiwis.

That was until a Sam Burgess-inspired England came to within seconds of sending the defending champions home with a certificate of participation at Wembley Stadium last week.

On paper, New Zealand are the perfect match for Australia, but, as is often the case, the Kiwis suffer from an inability to produce a high level of performance for long periods.

This was evident as Samoa piled on four tries in the space of 14 minutes and if France, Papua New Guinea and Scotland had similar firepower they would have done the same as Kearney’s men took their foot off the pedal at various stages.

Nevertheless, Shaun Johnson’s last-gasp try earned New Zealand a spot in their third consecutive Rugby League World Cup final and not many would argue they deserve to be there.

Players List:
New Zealand: Jesse Bromwich, Greg Eastwood, Kieran Foran, Alex Glenn, Bryson Goodwin, Shaun Johnson, Sam Kasiano, Kevin Locke, Issac Luke, Simon Mannering (c), Ben Matulino, Jason Nightingale, Frank-Paul Nu’uausala, Elijah Taylor, Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, Manu Vatuvei, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Dean Whare, Sonny Bill Williams.

Australia: Cameron Smith (c), Greg Bird, Darius Boyd, Daly Cherry-Evans, Cooper Cronk, Andrew Fifita, Jarryd Hayne, Paul Gallen, Greg Inglis, Brett Morris, Nate Myles, Josh Papalii, Corey Parker, Matthew Scott, Billy Slater, James Tamou, Brent Tate, Sam Thaiday and Johnathan Thurston.

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