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The British and Irish Lions face the All Blacks in a must-win second Test in Wellington on Saturday.
After suffering a 30-15 defeat to the world champions last week, Warren Gatland’s side must upset the odds at the Westpac Stadium if they are to keep the three-match series alive. Sportsmail reporter Nik Simon gives his form guide for both sets of players ahead of the second Test.
All matches will be shown live on Sky Sports and Sky Sports HD as well as SkyGo, the online media player. Those who prefer radio will be happy to learn talkSPORT will be providing live UK commentary of all matches including the Tests. There are no plans for any terrestrial highlights or internet streaming outside of Sky’s coverage.