Five ways the Wallabies can beat the All Blacks on Saturday

While it’s going to be difficult and near impossible according to some, the Wallabies do have a shot against New Zealand on Saturday night. Sure, it’s been 30 years since the Wallabies beat the All Blacks at Eden Park but as Michael Hooper said last week “at the end of the day, it's the same pitch, four sticks, same tryline.” The Wallabies will need to be at their best against the Kiwis and if a bit of luck goes their way, they may just break the 30-year hoodoo. Here are five things the Wallabies can do to make it happen: Dominate the breakdown With David Pocock and Sean McMahon potentially in line to return for the Wallabies this weekend, Australia must attack New Zealand at the breakdown. In defence, Australia has the ability to disrupt the Kiwis momentum but the work of the forwards in attack will perhaps be more important. Australia need to give Quade Cooper clean, front foot ball to attack with and the forwards must dominate the breakdown to make that possible. Secur
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