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  • Australia Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) starting XV averages 28 years and 254 days, with the youngest player in the line up Lukhan Lealaiaulolo-Tui at 21 years and 333 days, compared to the oldest Tatafu Polota Nau at 33 years and 23 days.
  • Australia starting team forwards averages 27 years and 73 days compared to the backs with an average of 28 years and 96 days.
  • New Zealand Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) starting XV averages 28 years and 75 days, with the youngest player in the line up Reiko Ioane at 21 years and 153 days, compared to the oldest Kieran Read at 32 years and 296 days.
  • New Zealand starting team forwards averages 29 years and 364 days compared to the backs with an average of 27 years and 109 days.
  • The only debutant for New Zealand in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) is Jack Goodhue.
  • Australia have played 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches, winning 44, drawing 4 and losing 57.»
  • Australia have scored 2279 points in 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches, at an average of 21.7 compared to the competition average of 23.56.»
  • Australia have conceded 2562 points in 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches, at an average of 24.4 compared to the competition average of 23.56.»
  • New Zealand have played 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches, winning 80, drawing 1 and losing 24.»
  • New Zealand have scored 3072 points in 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches, at an average of 29.26 compared to the competition average of 23.56.»
  • New Zealand have conceded 1935 points in 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches, at an average of 18.43 compared to the competition average of 23.56.»
  • Australia have scored 229 tries in 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches averaging 2.18 tries a match compared to the competition average of 2.36.»
  • New Zealand have scored 329 tries in 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches averaging 3.13 tries a match compared to the competition average of 2.36.»
  • Australia have conceded 252 tries in 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches averaging 2.4 tries a match compared to the competition average of 2.36.»
  • New Zealand have conceded 179 tries in 105 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches averaging 1.7 tries a match compared to the competition average of 2.36.»
  • Jaco Peyper has refereed 8 times in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) and issued 10 yellow cards, that's an average of 1.25 per match.
  • Jaco Peyper has refereed 8 matches in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) and awarded 146penalties , that's an average of 18.25 per match.
  • Jaco Peyper has refereed 8 matches in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) and awarded 146 penalties, 60 to the home side and 86 to the away side.
  • Jaco Peyper has refereed this fixture 3 times in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) and awarded 63 penalties.
  • Of the 3 matches Jaco Peyper has refereed this fixture in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations), Australia have won 0 times, New Zealand have won 2 times and 1 have been draws.
  • Jaco Peyper has refereed Australia 4 times in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) and awarded 96 penalties.
  • Of the 4 matches Jaco Peyper has refereed Australia in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations), they have won 1, lost 2 and drawn 1.
  • Jaco Peyper has refereed New Zealand 7 times in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) and awarded 224 penalties.
  • Of the 7 matches Jaco Peyper has refereed New Zealand in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations), they have won 6, lost 0 and drawn 1.
  • 's () has played against Australia 23 times scoring 273 points (3 tries, 2 drop goals, 36 conversions and 60 penalties).»
  • Of the 273 points () has scored against Australia in 23 appearances, 142 have been scored at home and 131 on the road.»
  • Of the 273 points () has scored against Australia, 138 have been scored in the first half and 135 have been scored in the second half.»
  • New Zealand's Andrew Mehrtens (Outside Half) has played against Australia 17 times scoring 156 points (1 try, 17 conversions and 39 penalties).»
  • Of the 156 points Andrew Mehrtens (Outside Half) has scored against Australia in 17 appearances, 82 have been scored at home and 74 on the road.»
  • Of the 156 points Andrew Mehrtens (Outside Half) has scored against Australia, 93 have been scored in the first half and 63 have been scored in the second half.»
  • Australia's Matthew Burke (Right Wing) has played against New Zealand 17 times scoring 155 points (6 tries, 7 conversions and 37 penalties).»
  • In 17 matches against New Zealand, Matthew Burke (Right Wing) has scored 155, with 112 have been scored at home and 43 on the road.»
  • Of the 155 points Matthew Burke (Right Wing) has scored against New Zealand, 116 have been scored in the first half and 39 have been scored in the second half.»
  • 's () has played against Australia 22 times scoring 123 points (2 drop goals, 18 conversions and 27 penalties).»
  • In 22 matches against Australia, () has scored 123, with 94 have been scored at home and 29 on the road.»
  • Of the 123 points () has scored against Australia, 75 have been scored in the first half and 48 have been scored in the second half.»
  • Australia's Stirling Mortlock (Center) has played against New Zealand 15 times scoring 79 points (4 tries, 7 conversions and 15 penalties).»
  • In 15 matches against New Zealand, Stirling Mortlock (Center) has scored 79, with 35 have been scored at home and 44 on the road.»
  • Of the 79 points Stirling Mortlock (Center) has scored against New Zealand, 55 have been scored in the first half and 24 have been scored in the second half.»
  • New Zealand's Carlos Spencer (Outside Half) has played against Australia 8 times scoring 69 points (9 conversions and 17 penalties).»
  • Of the 69 points Carlos Spencer (Outside Half) has scored against Australia in 8 appearances, 32 have been scored at home and 37 on the road.»
  • Of the 69 points Carlos Spencer (Outside Half) has scored against Australia, 50 have been scored in the first half and 19 have been scored in the second half.»
  • New Zealand's Richard McCaw (Openside Flanker) has played against Australia 28 times scoring 10 tries.»
  • New Zealand's Doug Howlett (Left Wing) has played against Australia 11 times scoring 8 tries.»
  • New Zealand's Joe Rokococo (Right Wing) has played against Australia 16 times scoring 7 tries.»
  • Australia's Adam Ashley Cooper (Center) has played against New Zealand 22 times scoring 6 tries.»
  • New Zealand's Ma'a Nonu (Center) has played against Australia 17 times scoring 6 tries.»
  • Australia's Matthew Burke (Right Wing) has played against New Zealand 17 times scoring 6 tries.»
  • Last match between New Zealand and Australia in the Rugby Championship (Tri Nations), ended 35-29 on the 26 August 2017.»
  • In the last 47 matches in this Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) between the two teams, Australia have won 12, New Zealand have won 34 and 1 have been drawn.»
  • There have been 2204 points in the last 47 matches between the two sides, Australia have scored 895 (19.04) and New Zealand have scored 1309 (27.85), making the match average 46.89.»
  • In the last 47 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches between the sides Australia have scored an average of 19.04 points while New Zealand have managed 27.85.»
  • In the last 47 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches between the sides Australia have scored 86 tries while New Zealand have managed 133 tries.»
  • In the last 47 Rugby Championship (Tri Nations) matches between the sides Australia players have been sent to the sin bin 12 times while New Zealand 15 times.»
  • In the last 3 matches between the two teams refereed by Jaco Peyper, Australia have won 0, New Zealand have won 2 and 1 have been drawn.»