All Blacks Name Side For World Cup Final Clash
New Zealand have named an unchanged side for the World Cup final against Australia. The All Blacks are contesting their fourth World Cup final, and their first against the Wallabies.
Richie McCaw will make his 148th and last appearance for New Zealand, extending his world record in the process. He will also equal Jason Leonard’s record of 22 World Cup appearances.
McCaw will be joined in making his last All Black appearance with Keven Mealamu who is also retiring; while Dan Carter, Ma’a Nonu , and Conrad Smith will all be moving to Europe after this game.
— Martin Bayfield (@MartinBayfield) October 29, 2015
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