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Under coach John Kirwan, a member of the All Blacks ‘1987 winning team produced a live show in Japan in the first game against France. However, Kirwan specifically interfere in the games against Tonga and Canada, potential, he decided to call a virtual second string team to meet with his homeland. Even though All Blacks were made of the evolution, there is a risk, because the repetition of a bully 145-17 1995 year could be the tournament. Richie McCaw of New Zealand skipper was due to his 100-occur, but it was withdrawn as a precautionary measure, with Dan Carter and Mils Muliaina, with a trio recording of all minor injuries. Despite the changes, too late for all lines of blacks is quite impressive – with Andy Ellis, Cory Jane and Conrad Smith, Colin Slade, Adam Thomson, Kevin Mealamu and transferred Sat Whitelock all begins.
With only Hirotoki Onozawa, Toshizumi Kitagawa, Koji Taira, Michael Leitch, Takashi Kikutani, and retain their places after the 47-21 defeat by France – Japan 10 changes in their composition is done.
Head to Head
– New Zealand and Japan have played before, won by New Zealand 145-17 Rugby World Cup 1995th
– Match New Zealand 145 points in this game a perfect score in the RWC.
– New Zealand 128 points ahead in this game is the biggest victory in the second RWC, second only to Australia’s 142 points victory over Namibia in 2003 and the victory of the All Blacks test.
– RWC game also records the most points in a game player (45, Simon Culhane, NZL), produced the most tries in a match the player (six years, Mark Ellis, New Zealand) and the majority of changes in the game player (20, Simon Culhane).
– Hiroyuki Kajihara (two tries) and Keiji Hirose (two conversions and penalty) is the only Japanese player to win against New Zealand.
– Ten All Blacks scored points against Japan, six of them reached at least 10 points, three achieved a hat-trick of the experiment.
New Zealand: 15 Isaia Toeava, 14 Cory Jane, 13 Conrad Smith, 12 Ma’a Nonu, 11 Richard Kahui, 10 Colin Slade, 9 Andy Ellis, 1 Tony Woodcock, 2 Keven Mealamu (capt), 3 Owen Franks, 4 Brad Thorn, 5 Sam Whitelock, 6 Jerome Kaino, 7 Adam Thomson, 8 Victor Vito.
Replacements: 16 Andrew Hore, 17 John Afoa, 18 Ali Williams, 19 Anthony Boric, 20 Jimmy Cowan, 21 Piri Weepu, 22 Sonny Bill Williams
Japan: 15 Taihei Ueda, 14 Takahisa Usuzuki, 13 Koji Taira, 12 Yuta Imamura, 11 Hirotoki Onozawa, 10 Murray Williams, 9 Atsushi Hiwasa, 8 Takashi Kikutani (c), 7 Michael Leitch, 6 Itaru Taniguchi, 5 Toshizumi Kitagawa, 4 Hithoshi Ono, 3 Nozomu Fujita, 2 Yusuke Aoki, 1 Naoki Kawamata.