Richie McCaw will equal Brian O'Driscoll's record as the most capped player in international rugby history when he leads the All Blacks in Sydney for the Rugby Championship decider tonight.
McCaw will win his 141st cap in the Sydney encounter as the All Blacks and Wallabies fight it out for the Rugby Championship title.
With both teams notching up victories over Argentina and South Africa last month, it's a winner-takes-all for the two in the final round due to the shortened format of the competition in a World Cup year.
Both are on nine points in the Championship, with a solitary point giving New Zealand top spot on points difference.
Julian Savea returns to the All Blacks team after missing out on the their first three tests of the year. Steve Hansen revealed the reason for the Hurricanes winger's absence this week, saying the flyer arrived at camp 'overweight'.
On the other wing for the All Blacks is the uncapped Nehe Milner-Skudder, who dazzled in Super Rugby this year from both full-back and wing. With Milner-Skudder in the side Ben Smith swaps the No 14 jersey for the full-back role in the final round of competition.
Veteran Dan Carter and the Highlanders' Aaron Smith are the half-backs while play-maker Sonny Bill Williams joins Conrad Smith in the midfield.
McCaw will have his hands full at the breakdown after Wallaby coach Michael Cheika opted to pick two specialist fetchers in Michael Hooper and David Pocock, with Pocock taking up the No 8 jersey.
It is a similar tactic to the one employed by Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer, who picked three fetchers when the Springboks faced the All Blacks in Johannesburg.
Thanks for joining us tonight Brian and being our first commenter. The game is still 55 minutes away from kicking off but we will keep you informed with all you need to know before then. Keep the great chat coming though by clicking 'comment now' and sharing your views.
Well, 0-0 Brian, the score is currently 0-0.
Couldn't agree more Laurie. That Warriors game was a shocker, easily their worst performance of the season. The second half in particular was painful. But I have a feeling tonight's will be a lot more enjoyable.
Sorry Graydog but it's definitely a 10.10pm kick off (New Zealand time).
The bookies have the All Blacks as $1.37 favourites tonight while Aussie are $2.90 outsiders. But who do YOU think will win? Time for our first Poll Of The Night!
Because 10.10pm is when the organisers decided it should start? Lot of angst out there tonight about the starting time, hopefully we can get over this before kick off.
London are 11 hours behind, so I'm gonna go.....11.10am! Boom.
The game is at ANZ Stadium in Australia.
Keep these questions coming, I'm feeling on fire tonight? What else you got? I will answer anything.
This was one of our most read stories this week. Sure to get some of you fired up..
10.10pm NZT. Man United will beat Spurs 2-1, a Juan Mata double.
The answer is that as embryos men and women have similar tissues and body parts. If anything the embryo follows a 'female template'. That is why nipples are present in both sexes.
Really didn't expect to be going there in tonight's blog. Crazy night. Anyway, how good are those pics of Richie McCaw? He has aged magnificently and tonight will equal Brian O'Driscoll's record of most international appearances.
The ABs will out muscle them, but Australia should have more men at the breakdown and will be there first. Is it strength in numbers or is it just strength?