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New Zealand can end the British and Irish Lions’ hopes of a series victory on Saturday with a win in the second Test at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium.

The Lions made a bright start at Auckland’s Eden Park last Saturday as they looked to surprise the All Blacks in Game 1 of this summer’s series, but the visitors ultimately ran out of steam en route to a convincing 30-15 loss.

Preventing New Zealand from gaining their usual second wind in the last 30 minutes of Saturday’s Test will be a chief priority for the travelling outfit this time around, although many have tried and failed in that regard.

New Zealand can end the British and Irish Lions’ hopes of a series victory on Saturday with a win in the second Test at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium.

The Lions made a bright start at Auckland’s Eden Park last Saturday as they looked to surprise the All Blacks in Game 1 of this summer’s series, but the visitors ultimately ran out of steam en route to a convincing 30-15 loss.

Preventing New Zealand from gaining their usual second wind in the last 30 minutes of Saturday’s Test will be a chief priority for the travelling outfit this time around, although many have tried and failed in that regard.

Lions coach Warren Gatland has changed up the team ahead of Game 2, however, and his side need a win if they’re to keep alive any hopes of stopping New Zealand from finishing the series in early fashion.

We take a look at some of the players likely to play key roles in Saturday’s crunch encounter, complete with all the fixture details and live-stream information you’ll need to tune into the action.

One of the key areas of debate this week has oddly enough been the midfield, where England centre Ben Te’o has dropped to the bench, with compatriot Owen Farrell taking his place while Johnny Sexton slots in at fly-half.

It’s a bold move for Gatland to make considering one of Te’o’s primary roles last Saturday was caging New Zealand behemoth Sonny Bill Williams, and the Telegraph‘s Paul Hayward thought he did a fine job in that regard:

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