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New Zealand already own the Bledisloe Cup after winning the series’ first two games, but the Wallabies will still be fully motivated for Saturday’s test.

Despite both sides promising intensity on the pitch, the test is not expected to fill Nissan Stadium. A spokesman for the Japan Rugby Football Union said he “thinks about 45,000 to 50,000 will come to the stadium,” which holds 72,327. Kyodo News has learned up to 10 percent of the crowd will arrive via giveaways.

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