Maori All Blacks vs British & Irish Lions

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The British and Irish Lions face the Maori All Blacks in their fifth warm-up match on their tour of New Zealand in what will be their penultimate game before the Test series with the All Blacks. Follow the latest here.

The British and Irish Lions‘ tour of New Zealand continues, with the Test matches fast approaching. Their next obstacle will be the Maori All Blacks in Rotorua.

The match, to be played at the Rotorua International Stadium is scheduled to kick-off at 5:35pm(AEST) on Saturday, June 17.

The Lions have had a rough start to their tour, winning two of their matches against the New Zealand Provincial Barbarians and Super Rugby side the Crusaders, but also losing matches against the Blues and Highlanders.

The loss to the Highlanders, by just a single point, was particularly damaging, with the Lions heading into the match looking like they had finally got their campaign on the right track after defeating the Crusaders.

What’s the latest team news?
The Lions have been rocked by the news that Owen Farrell faces 10 days out with a quadriceps strain.

The England centre will miss the Maori clash and is a doubt for the first Lions Test against the All Blacks next Saturday at Eden Park.

Farrell was originally named on the bench for the match but has since been replaced by Wales first five Dan Biggar.

Jonathan Sexton will start at No. 10 while his fellow Ireland teammate Peter O’Mahony will captain the team.

Tour captain Sam Warburton has been named on the bench while Maro Itoje partners England teammate George Kruis at lock.

Wales full back Leigh Halfpenny plays for the first time since starting in the Lions’ opening game of the tour against the New Zealand Barbarians, with George North and Anthony Watson completing a potent-looking back three.

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