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France vs New Zealand All Blacks Rugby 2021 Live Stream

Stade de France stadium, Paris city, France

Stade de France stadium, Paris city, France

France vs All Blacks: All you need to know for Sunday morning’s test in Paris

France vs New Zealand live score and video online live stream* starts on 20 Nov 2021 at 20:00 UTC time at Stade de France stadium, Paris city, France in International Friendlies – Rugby Union. Here on Hesgoal TV, you can find all of France vs New Zealand All Black’s previous results, highlights, watch free live streaming of France vs New Zealand Rugby, and more.

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France v All Blacks All you need to know for Sunday mornings test in Paris


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  • Referee: Wayne Barnes (England)
  • Assistant referees: Luke Pearce (England), Karl Dickson (England)
  • TMO: Stuart Terheege (England)

Match Facts

France has lost their last 14 games against New Zealand – only against Wales have Les Bleus lost more consecutive Tests (L15 – between 1908 and 1927); France’s last home win against the New Zealand All Blacks was back in November 2000 (42-33).

New Zealand will play their eighth Test at the Stade de France where they remain undefeated (W6 D1) – the All Blacks have scored an average of 31 points and conceded 17 per game at the venue.

France has won 12 of their 61 games against New Zealand (D1 L48), no other European nation has won more than eight games against the All Blacks; they have also the highest win percentage of any European side against New Zealand (20%).

New Zealand lost their most recent game, against Ireland, but have suffered back-to-back defeats just once since the end of 2011 – in November last year when they lost against Australia and Argentina in the 2020 Tri-Nations; the All Blacks haven’t lost consecutive games against European nations since 1993-94 (L3, v England and France x2).

New Zealand has lost twice in 2021 but hasn’t suffered more than two defeats in a calendar year since 2009 when they lost once to France and three times to the Springboks; the last time they lost against three different nations in a year was in 2000 (Australia, South Africa, and France).

France has averaged 30 defenders beaten per game in the Autumn Nations Series, more than any other nation, while New Zealand has beaten the joint third most (23, behind England – 28.5); no side has made more successful offloads per game than New Zealand (11.7) or France (9.5).

New Zealand made 235 tackles against Ireland in their last match, their most in a Test match since Opta has recorded this data (since 2010), France holds the record for most tackles made by a Tier 1 team in that time, making 253 against Ireland in 2018.

New Zealand duo Will Jordan and Rieko Ioane have made six clean breaks each in the Autumn Nations Series, more than any other player, and one more than France’s Damian Penaud, joint-third (5, with Andrew Conway); Penaud has scored six tries in Tests with France in 2021-including a brace last weekend- at least twice more than any other player with Les Bleus this year.

France duo Julien Marchand (14/14) and Plato Mauvaka (13/13) are yet to lose a lineout throw in the Autumn Nations Series, they are the only players to maintain a 100% success rate (min. 10 throws).

Dalton Papali’i (New Zealand) has made 42 tackles in the Autumn Nations Series, more than any other player, while teammate Sam Whitelock has made the most of any player who is yet to miss one (32/32).