Watch New Zealand vs. Canada Live Stream: Rugby world Cup 2019
The All Blacks are back in real life on Wednesday night (11.15pm NZT), when they play Canada in their second Pool B coordinate at the World Cup in Japan.
Come the opening shot in Oita, Steve Hansen’ horde will have had 10 entire days to recuperate from their severe 23-13 win against South Africa during the opening few days of the competition.
Given the All Blacks have a short turnaround between the match against Canada and their match against Namibia in Tokyo Sunday week, don’t expect Hansen to roll out his first-decision XV.
Canada were appalling against Italy in their opener on Thursday, butchering various shots on their way to a 48-7 shellacking.
Rugby world Cup Match Info
Venue: Oita Stadium, Oita Prefecture
Time: 11.15pm on Wednesday (NZT)
How to watch: Live on Spark Sport (inclusion from 10.30pm NZT) and postponed by one hour on TVNZ 1.
Live stream: Via sparksport.co.nz or the Spark Sport application
NZ TAB Odds: Canada $151, NZ N/A
Climate: Overcast with an opportunity of downpour, with a gauge high of 27degC.
Prediction (Robert van Royen):
Put your home and vehicle on the All Blacks banking a reward point triumph against the 22nd positioned side on the planet. It may even be an uglier victory than their 79-15 win during the pool phase of the 2011 World Cup in New Zealand. The groups have not met since that match in Wellington, and have just conflicted multiple times altogether. Canada finished inside 16 of the All Blacks during their 1991 World Cup quarterfinal in Lille, yet that was Canada getting it done, an unmistakable difference to the present side, which has lost six straight games and are on a stowing away to nothing against the men dressed in dark. Exactly what number of focuses New Zealand stack up will rely upon what number of enormous weapons Hansen picks to sit.