Rugby Union - Wales v New Zealand

5:10pm Saturday 24 November on BBC TWO

John Inverdale is joined by studio guests Adam Jones and Jeremy Guscott for live coverage of Wales against New Zealand from the Millennium Stadium.

Wales have beaten World Cup winners New Zealand just three times in 28 previous attempts. It will be 59 years this December since they last enjoyed that winning feeling against the All Blacks, a 13-8 victory in Cardiff.

The two countries last met in November 2010, with New Zealand emerging 37-25 winners at the Millennium Stadium. Hosea Gear scored two of the All Blacks’ five tries that day. However, it was Kiwi fly-half Dan Carter who stole the show: his 12-point haul was enough for him to become the leading points scorer in Test rugby. Lee Byrne scored Wales’ solitary try, although the boot of Stephen Jones kept Warren Gatland’s men in close contention throughout against the country of the head coach’s birth.

Commentary comes from Eddie Butler and Jonathan Davies.

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