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Tomorrow, the second match in the Iveco Series 2007
Preparations are well underway for the second rugby match in the “Iveco Series 2007” in which all eyes will be on the All Blacks tomorrow on the pitch at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington. The New Zealanders will once again be taking on France, one of their most formidable adversaries when it comes to the forthcoming World Cup, to take place in France this September.
This match is being played for the Stralis Cup, but it is also the return match of last Saturday, when the All Blacks, despite winning, were unable to assert their game before a French team that had a very well organised defence.
Richie McCaw, the New Zealand captain, who was forced to leave the pitch due to an injury during last Saturday’s match, seems to have recovered and is now ready for battle. It is well known that the team always has a fairly slow start to the season, but that later on nobody has it easy. So let France be warned.
Once again fans can experience the thrill of this second, decisive match of the Iveco Series, live (9:30am Italian time) on the screens at the Motor Village in Turin, as well as on Sky Sport channels on television. Simultaneously viewers can analyse the winning tactical patterns, the athletic moves of the players and the most impressive action in the special section for “Iveco Series 2007”, on the Web site

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Turin, 8 June 2007