You are currently looking All Blacks vs Ireland live stream NZ vs Ireland Rugby 3rd Test 2022 online in HD . It is possible to watch Ireland Rugby games online or on TV without an expensive Cable TV package. Ireland are looking for a famous series victory in New Zealand as they head into their third and final test against the All Blacks.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of the series decider between New Zealand and Ireland. All Blacks vs Ireland third Test: Kick-off time, TV details and team news
All Blacks vs Ireland Live Stream
|Game||New Zealand vs Ireland | NZ v IRE Rugby|
|Venue||Sky stadium, Wellington|
|Date & time||16 July 2022|
|Television||SKY Sports & Foxtel Now|
Ireland have put on a hugely impressive display during their tour of New Zealand and became the first Irish side to beat the All Blacks on New Zealand soil last Saturday.
Andy Farrell’s side lost 42-19 in the first test at the start of the month, before stunning their opponents a week later with a thrilling 23-12 victory in Dunedin.
How to watch New Zealand All Blacks vs Ireland Rugby 2022 : When does it start, Live streams and schedule
When is the NZ vs Ireland Rugby third test?
The third meeting between New Zealand and Ireland will take place this weekend on Saturday 16th July 2022.
The match is taking place in Wellington – a venue that will concern the All Blacks after their disappointing record in the capital city.
NZ vs Ireland Rugby Fixtures
|Date and time||Venue||Home||Score||Away|
|29 June 2022, 19:05||FMG Stadium Waikato, Hamilton||Māori All Blacks||32–17||Ireland|
|2 July 2022, 19:05||Eden Park, Auckland||New Zealand||42–19||Ireland|
|9 July 2022, 19:05||Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin||New Zealand||12–23||Ireland|
|12 July 2022, 19:05||Sky Stadium, Wellington||Māori All Blacks||24–30||Ireland|
|16 July 2022, 19:05||Sky Stadium, Wellington||New Zealand||—||Ireland|
Ireland team to play New Zealand – Saturday 16 July
Hugo Keenan; Mack Hansen, Robbie Henshaw, Bundee Aki, James Lowe; Johnny Sexton (captain), Jamison Gibson-Park; Andrew Porter, Dan Sheehan, Tadhg Furlong, Tadhg Beirne, James Ryan, Peter O’Mahony, Josh van der Flier, Caelan Doris.
Replacements: Rob Herring, Cian Healy, Finlay Bealham, Kieran Treadwell, Jack Conan, Conor Murray, Joey Carbery, Keith Earls.
Second Test – New Zealand 12-23 Ireland
An historic win for Ireland in New Zealand means this series will come down to next Saturday’s decider in Wellington.
The Irish won 23-12 in Dunedin – the first time they have beaten the All Blacks on New Zealand soil – to level things up at 1-1.
The All Blacks were reduced to 13 players on a couple of occasions in the first half after Leicester Fainga’anuku and Ofa Tu’ungafasi were sin-binned and Angus Ta’avao was red-carded, but Ireland weren’t able to capitalise on those periods when they had a numerical advantage.
They were reduced in number themselves at the end of the opening half when James Ryan was sin-binned – but Porter grabbed his second try while it was 14 v 14 soon after the break.
That try and Ireland’s ability to dominate possession and territory for long periods allowed them to close out an historic victory. Now both teams head to Wellington for the decider.