The latest instalment of one of rugby’s greatest rivalries takes place at Twickenham next Saturday, November 4 when the Barbarians face the All Blacks in the Killik Cup.
In 1973 they served up the most famous game and try in rugby history through Gareth Edwards. In 2009 Bryan Habana’s hat-trick secured another famous win over New Zealand for the invitation club.
Next week the double world champions will make their first Twickenham appearance since the 2015 World Cup final as the All Black stars look to avenge the 2009 defeat by the Baa-Baas.
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Q: What was the score when the Barbarians beat New Zealand in December, 2009?
Tickets are still available from £55 for adults (£35 juniors) from www.ticketmaster.co.uk or call the ticket hotline on 0844 844 0444.
Closing date is Tuesday 31st October at midday.
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