Time to look ahead to Sunday's decider! Rob Crosby has a full look at both teams and what to expect ...
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Australia and New Zealand will face each other in a one-off test at Aussie Stadium on Friday night..
Head to head: Australia 60, New Zealand 24, 1 drawn.
Biggest wins: Australia 52-0 in 2000 New Zealand 49-25 in 1952
2002 Wellington Australia won 32-24 2001 Wellington Australia won 28-10 2000 Sydney Australia won 52-0 1999 Auckland Australia won 22-20 1999 Auckland New Zealand won 24-22 1999 Sydney Australia won 20-14 1998 Auckland Australia won 36-16 1998 Brisbane Australia won 30-12 1998 Auckland New Zealand won 22-16 1995 Huddersfield (World Cup) Australia won 30-20 1995 Brisbane Australia won 46-10 1995 Sydney Australia won 20-10 1995 Brisbane NZ Maori won 26-10 1993 Brisbane Australia won 16-4 1993 Palmerston North Australia won 16-8 1993 Auckland Drawn 14-14
Last match: October 12, 2002, Wellington Australia 32 New Zealand 24 (halftime 16-24) Australia scored three second half tries to turn an eight-point halftime deficit into a 12-point win over New Zealand. The Kiwis made a great start when Richard Swain, Stacey Jones, Matt Utai and Clinton Toopi all scored first-half tries. The Kangaroos kept the New Zealanders within sight when Matt Gidley crossed twice and Willie Mason just before the interval. The visitors confirmed the match thanks to second-half tries by Timana Tahu, Scott Hill and Ben Kennedy.