New Zealand v South Africa: Live Stream Guide And Rugby Championship Match Preview

New Zealand face South Africa in a hugely important Rugby Championship clash. Find out how you can watch a live stream of the game from Westpac Stadium.

Where: Westpac Stadium, Wellington.

When: Saturday 13 September, 08.35 BST.

Live Stream: NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass

It’s the latest match of the Rugby Championship as current leaders New Zealand host South Africa at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington.

After victories over Australia and Argentina and also a draw with the Wallabies, the All Blacks look in a good position to eventually win this tournament.

However, traditionally the Springboks have been the one side in world rugby that have posed the most problems for the home team.

The New Zealanders will also be without Sam Whitelock and Liam Messam, meaning Jeremy Thrush and Steven Luatua will come in and Aaron Cruden is also expected to start.

The visitors are only expected to make one change, with Handre Pollard replacing Morne Steyn, whilst captain Jean de Villiers is set for his 100th cap.

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