8Kieran Read, P
2Dane Coles, H
3Charlie Faumuina, P
5Sam Whitelock, L
9Aaron Smith, SH
6Elliot Dixon, FL
7Sam Cane, FL
4Brodie Retallick, L
1Joe Moody, P
15Israel Dagg, FB
14Ben Smith, W
13George Moala, C
12Ryan Crotty, C
11Julian Savea, W
10Beauden Barrett, FH
16Codie Taylor, -
17Wyatt Crockett, -
18Ofa Tu'ungafasi, -
19Luke Romano, -
20Liam Squire, -
21Tawera Kerr-Barlow, -
22Lima Sopoaga, -
23Waisake Naholo, -

*Players currently on the pitch are shown in bold

Game Info

Venue: Forsyth Barr Stadium
7:35 PM, June 24, 2016
Capacity: 30,000
Attendance: 28,726

Match Commentary

81'+244-6 Try - Israel Dagg , New Zealand
81'+446-6 End of second half
81'+446-6 Conversion - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
80'That's all she wrote, people. New Zealand have shown they remain the best team in the world -- defeating wales 46-6 with a clinical performance. Over to England, who now attempt to complete their own sweep against Australia.
80'In NZL 22 through hands after the All Blacks fail an attempted counter. Good hands from Jonathan Davies but New Zealand effect a turnover phases later through Sam Cane and Israel Dagg sprints the length of the field to put an exclamation point on the performance.
80'Scrum penalty to Wales, and they tap and go. come left to Hallam Amos, and then back to the right but simply not threatening to bend let alone break the line.
79'New Zealand phase play undone by floated pass that Liam Williams almost intercepts, but the sense of adventure is something to behold ahead of the remainder of Super Rugby and the Rugby Championship.
77'Good break from Gareth Davies off Talupe Faletau from a midfield scrum, but no support and the opportunity is gone.
75'Ping-pong rugby in midfield but Beauden Barrett's pace after collecting a chip over the line was something to behold.
73'All Blacks beginning to go through their bag of tricks, and 15-6 handling tricks a result primarily of adventure and intent rather than ill-execution.
72'Player substituted - Aaron Smith , New Zealand
72'Substitute on - Tawera Kerr-Barlow , New Zealand
72'Player substituted - Dane Coles , New Zealand
72'Substitute on - Codie Taylor , New Zealand
71'Strength and depth of New Zealand shown by performance of Lima Sopoaga as replacement fly-half; he and Beauden Barrett and (injured Aaron Cruden) are each ball-playing attacking pivots who look for a break, while Dan Biggar and Rhys Priestland are just game managers who don't effect the spectacular.
70'No advantage NZL, but they elect to kick for the corner. No surprise, and Lima Sopoaga puts the ball out for a 5m lineout. Poor lineout overthrown but Wales unable to defend and saved only becaus eLima Sopoaga knocks on collecting the ball to go over.
70'Substitute on - Ellis Jenkins , Wales
70'Player substituted - Sam Warburton , Wales
69'Desperate Wales scrum under pressure but still Jonathan davies able to kick into NZL territory but the All Blacks are back on front-foot attack.
66'Counter from deep in NZL territory after Waisake Naholo effects a turnover, with Lima Sopoaga and Beauden barrett putting Israel Dagg way on the right wing. Great defensive work from Liam Williams prevents another home try.
65'Seems any fears about the All Blacks post-Dan and Richie are a little unfounded, while any British fans getting exciting for the British & Irish Lions tour in 12 months might want to take a breath. Wales are tiring, but this has been clinical and efficient from the hosts.
65'Player substituted - Brodie Retallick , New Zealand
65'Substitute on - Luke Romano , New Zealand
64'39-6 Conversion - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
63'Fair to say the seven changes to the New Zealand team have had no effect on the team. Or it's very frightening if they have.
63'Great work from the All Blacks. Liam Squire makes a bust and then Sam Cane pops a little offload to Dane Coles to cross untouched.
63'37-6 Try - Dane Coles , New Zealand
60'Wales trying to play but deep in own territory and half-breaks do nothing but get them over 22. NZL on another counter after poor attempted Wales kick through line.
60'Player substituted - Luke Charteris , Wales
60'Substitute on - Jake Ball , Wales
59'Substitute on - Rhys Priestland , Wales
59'Player substituted - Dan Biggar , Wales
59'32-6 Conversion - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
57'30-6 Try - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
57'Player substituted - Ken Owens , Wales
57'Substitute on - Scott Baldwin , Wales
56'An all-new backline but no new response after super hands from Kieran Read and Lima Sopoaga. Beauden Barrett cross again after a poor missed tackle from Dan Biggar, and Wales looking at a hiding they don't deserve after efforts previously on the tour. New Zealand clearly too good in Dunedin but scorline that is blowing out an unfair reflection on the tourists' efforts on tour.
55'Massive changes to the NZL backline with substitutions, Lima Sopoaga at 10, Nahaolo at centre, Beauden Barrett at FB and Israel Dagg on the right wing.
55'Player substituted - Rhys Webb , Wales
55'Substitute on - Gareth Davies , Wales
55'Player substituted - Elliot Dixon , New Zealand
55'Substitute on - Liam Squire , New Zealand
55'Player substituted - Ryan Crotty , New Zealand
55'Substitute on - Lima Sopoaga , New Zealand
54'Player substituted - Jamie Roberts , Wales
54'Substitute on - Scott Williams , Wales
53'Wales looking to play with ball-in-hand but seems all a little desperate, with Kieran Read and Elliot Dixon increasingly influential in the back-row.
53'Player substituted - Charlie Faumuina , New Zealand
53'Substitute on - Ofa Tu'ungafasi , New Zealand
53'Player substituted - Joe Moody , New Zealand
53'Substitute on - Wyatt Crockett , New Zealand
52'Worth recalling that All Blacks are playing all the rugby at the minute despite having just 14 men on the pitch after Sam Cane was sin-binned for persistent offences.
51'New Zealand deep inside Wales 22 after a Wales penalty conceded stopping a counter. NZL win the lineout and rumble around the set-piece.
49'NZL on the counter from deep agter a loose clearing kick from Dan Biggar: Beauden Barrett, Israel Dagg and Waisake Naholo combining.
49'Player substituted - George Moala , New Zealand
49'Substitute on - Waisake Naholo , New Zealand
48'NZL clear the ball easily from a lineout and we're back on halfway.
47'Wales rumble through a couple of slow phases inside NZL 22 after Dan Biggar kicks a penalty deep into home territory but NZL producing solid defence. Thirteen Wales phases for no great effect.
47'Wales rumble through a couple of slow phases inside NZL 22 after Dan Biggar kicks a penalty deep into home territory but NZL producing solid defence.
47'Substitute on - Aaron Jarvis , Wales
47'Player substituted - Rob Evans , Wales
47'Player substituted - Tomas Francis , Wales
47'Substitute on - Samson Lee , Wales
46'Yellow card - Sam Cane , New Zealand
46'25-6 Conversion - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
45'Slightly frightening prospect for the rugby world that New Zealand are looking at another series sweep, five minutes into the second half, despite having played only in patches through the two-and-a-half Tests against Wales.
44'23-6 Try - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
43'Strong NZL scrum and Beauden Barrett is driven over in first-phase attack. Poor defence despite the attacking support for the try-scorer.
41'Wales effect a turnover at a breakdown on their own line and look to counter from behind their own line only for Jonathan Davies to throw a forward pass. Strong position for NZL here.
41'Wales struggling to clear territory and Dan Biggar's hoisted clearing kick pulled down by Jualian Savea to launch a counter through Izzy Dagg and Eliott Dixon on the left flank.
41'Back under way with Dan Biggar kicking off. No changes to either side.
41'18-6 End of first half
40'18-6 Start of second half
39'Loose pass from Wales that could have gone either way. NZL wins the pill and break through George Moale coming back the other way but he's unable to find Julian Savea and a fine half has come to an end.
39'Strong defensive scrum from NZL but Wales still on attack after midfield bust from Jamie Roberts.
38'Wales eschew the kick, choosing instead to go for a try from a scrum.
38'Substitute on - Liam Williams , Wales
38'Player substituted - Scott Williams , Wales
37'Six phases and Wales on the NZL line only for Jerome Garces to give tourists a penalty saying the ball was unplayable on the ground after Dane Coles had joined the ruck from the side.
36'Steong kick from Biggar gives Wales attacking lineout, but excellent set-piece from NZL de-fuses the initial threat. Wales still insdei the 5m line.
35'18-6 Conversion - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
34'Kudis to Israel Dagg: All Blacks full-back is enjoying a whale of a game, and he's the dominant personality on the field at the minute.Tough to believe he didn't make the NZL RWC squad last year!
34'16-6 Try - George Moala , New Zealand
33'George Moala touches down after phases and basketball passes, and the scoring centre touches touch after supporting pass outside to Ryan Crotty.
32'The game continue without a discernible pattern or dominance, but israel Dagg sparks another NZL counter.
31'Very strong scrum from Wales when they needed it, and they've won a clearing penalty.
31'Player substituted - Liam Williams , Wales
31'Substitute on - Scott Williams , Wales
29'TMO rules Moala has lost the ball forward. Not entirely sure what George Ayoub saw there, and fair to say hindsight suggests butchered attack given men spar outside.
28'Rhys Webb pumps the ball ahead but Izzy Dagg collects under no pressure and Ben Smith breaks. NZL counter and break midfield and George Moala touchges down under pressure from Liam Williams. Thought initially he'd lost the pill over the line but slow-mo suggests he's scored.
27'Wales put ball through phases before loose ball from Jonathan Davies is toed ahead to no great affect from Ben Smith. Wales re-gather and go through phases.
27'11-6 Penalty goal - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
25'Huge bust from George Moala in midfield threatens to rip apart Wales after Izzy Dagg had outjumped Dan Biggar to collect a high ball. Penalty NZL for Wales offside.
23'Ball goes back right from Aaron Smith to Ben Smith on the wing who touches town -- just -- under pressure from Hallam Amos. That's 999 points for NZL against Wales.
23'8-6 Try - Ben Smith , New Zealand
22'Little pop pass from Kieran Read off the scrum that Aaron Smith does well to collect but attack halted.
20'Strong NZL scrum that pops the Wales front-row. Penalty to New Zealand, who elect for another scrum 5.
18'Huge bust on the counter from Rhys webb's clearing kick that failed to make touch. Beauden Barrett makes the initial thrust before feeding Ben Smith who's held up over the line, Great attack. and great scrambling defence.
18'3-6 Penalty goal - Dan Biggar , Wales
16'New Zealand penalised for obstruction at the kick-off.
16'3-3 Penalty goal - Beauden Barrett , New Zealand
13'Eight phases including a couple of loose passes before Wales defuse the chip pass, but referee Garces brings them back for a penalty.
12'Strong defensive NZL scrum and Biggar's clearing all but charged down for Julian Savea to launch a phase-play counter,
10'First-phase attack New Zealand from a scrum and Julian Savea makes a but halfway. Phase play but Wales stand firm before NZL knock-on.
8'Nine phases come to nought for Wales but one team alone have started. Wales playing well winning all collisions and breakdowns.
7'Julian Savea has just spilled a second high ball -- backwards -- and Wales two phases are back on the attack outside NZL 22.
6'0-3 Penalty goal - Dan Biggar , Wales
5'Good start for Wales. Dan Biggar's pre-kick twitches recall memories of Sergio Garcia pre-swing a few years back. Biggar's twitches are part of a process, however, while Garcia's twitch-release became an impediment to him swinging the club.
4'Wales afforded attacking penalty after player taken out without the ball. Penalty Wales from the subsequent lineout and a "Gimme" three points.
2'Wales back on the attach and Rhys William's box kick is a beauty, spilled forward by Beauden Barrett under immense pressure. Wales going through phases while Dan Biggar looks groggy in back play.
1'Free-kick Wales from the scrum but Biggar's flat kick-pass is an appalling choice easily defused untouched by Israel Dagg.
1'We're under way through Beauden Barrett kicking to the 22, where Liam Williams pulls the ball down. Dan Biggar roosts deep and Julian Savea and Israel Dagg make a mess of the pill on the 10m line. Wales scrum in NZL territory.
1'Passionate renditions of the national anthems, as always, and Ka Mate. Enough of the preamble. Blow that whistle Jerome Garces.
1'Seven changes for the All Blacks, with Elliot Dixon on debut in the back-row and Ofa Tu'ungafasi and Liam Squire each in line to win their first cap from the bench.
1'Hello and welcome to our Live coverage of the final June Test between New Zealand and Wales. The All Blacks wone the opening two fixtures by scorelines that suggest comfortable victories, but that was anything but the truth with the Dragons pushing them harder than anyone but ESPN columnist Craig Dowd had expected. The All Blacks will be chasing another series sweep, but Wales also have much to play for -- not least their first victory over the All Blacks since 1963 and their first ever victory in New Zealand. Here's a little pre-match reading the keep you going: our preview.
1'0-0 Start of first half