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AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- Australia and New Zealand have wound up careful preparations for a Rugby World Cup semifinal which may be the biggest clash either team has played and the high point of a rugby test rivalry which has burned brightly for 108 years. You can see the game on TSN and TSN Mobile TV tonight at 4am et/1am pt. The Wallabies had a setback when fullback Kurtley Beale was ruled out on the eve of Sundays match with a hamstring strain, forcing a last-minute rearrangement of their lineup and dulling but not blunting the counterattacking threat which is intrinsic to their game. New Zealand expressed confidence in its methodical buildup to the match which may be an even greater occasion for the All Blacks than the Wallabies, saying they have sought to harness some of the excitement around the match without being overwhelmed by external pressure or expectation. "Youre dead right its not (just) another game," All Blacks captain Richie McCaw told a news conference Saturday. "We acknowledge that for a start. "The way you train and the things youve got to do during the week youve got to make sure are pretty similar or the same. "I think when you get into tomorrow night, whats different is the excitement and obviously whats at the end (a World Cup final). The big thing is not to let that get on top of you and inhibit you from going out and playing well." Both McCaw and Australia captain James Horwill said their squads were calm ahead of the match at Aucklands 60,000-seat Eden Park, a stadium where the Wallabies havent won for 25 years. "The boys are all relaxed and looking forward to it," Horwill said. "We understand the magnitude of the game at hand, but everyone has been calm about whats coming ahead. Thats a good sign. You dont want to be walking around too stressed and uptight about what is coming." McCaw said the All Blacks had also sought to carefully manage emotions around the match, dipping into the public hype which has washed around their central Auckland hotel, then retreating to compose themselves and to focus on Sundays potentially epic match. "You didnt want to get overhyped but you want to use the excitement as an opportunity to make sure you go out and perform well," McCaw said. "I think getting that balance right was key and I think the way weve built up this week was good. The guys have been excited but not over the top but you can feel there is a feeling there." There has been much talk in the past week of the Australia-New Zealand rivalry, of Australias Eden Park hoodoo, of the familiarity of the teams who have played each other twice already this season and 142 times since 1903. New Zealand has won 96 of those matches and Australia 41. The All Blacks won the first of this seasons Tri-Nations tests at Eden Park and Australia won the second at Brisbane; the last match either team played before the World Cup. In both cases, the winning team physically dominated its rival from the start and both have acknowledged that early dominance will be important on Sunday. "Were planning on playing our game of rugby and not having to be on the back foot," Horwill said. "Its a world cup semifinal, we have to make sure we start the way we want to. Theres a lot of Aussie fans here as well. We hope theyll be out here in voice." McCaw was reluctant to discuss the importance of early physical domination, saying he didnt want to give away any aspect of his teams gameplan but his reticence was revealing. "These games are about taking opportunities when they present and as the games get bigger and theres a bit more at stake those opportunities perhaps become a bit less and its (about) the team that can nail them," he said. "But I think youve seen over the years at World Cup, its comes down to stopping the other team scoring and putting pressure on. Its really no different, its just about having impact for longer and the teams that do that are the teams that prevail." Sundays match is rife with individual matchups which may be crucial to its outcome -- the battle for the loose ball between McCaw and Australias David Pocock is perhaps a classic case in point. But, as in most matches, the men in the No. 10 jersey, Australias Quade Cooper and New Zealand Aaron Cruden, will play a vital part. Cooper had a poor match in Australias quarterfinal clash with South Africa but Horwill expressed confidence in the ability of his Wallabies and Queensland Reds teammate to bounce back. "Hell have the best game that hes ever had, tomorrow night," Horwill said. "Hes been training very well. Hes been controlling the boys very well. "Hes just looking forward to it, as we all are. Its not just about one bloke. Everyone is pretty keen to talk about one person. Its about the group going out there and getting the job done. I know Quade is keen to the get the job done." ------ Lineups: Australia: Adam Ashley-Cooper, James OConnor, Anthony Faingaa, Pat McCabe, Digby Ioane, Quade Cooper, Will Genia; Radike Samo, David Pocock, Rocky Elsom, James Horwill (captain), Dan Vickerman, Ben Alexander, Stephen Moore, Sekope Kepu. Reserves: Tatafu Polota Nau, James Slipper, Rob Simmons, Ben McCalman, Luke Burgess, Berrick Barnes, Rob Horne. New Zealand: Israel Dagg, Cory Jane, Conrad Smith, Maa Nonu, Richard Kahui, Aaron Cruden, Piri Weepu; Kieran Read, Richie McCaw (captain), Jerome Kaino, Brad Thorn, Sam Whitelock, Owen Franks, Keven Mealamu, Tony Woodcock. Reserves: Andrew Hore, Ben Franks, Ali Williams, Victor Vito, Andy Ellis, Stephen Donald, Sonny Bill Williams. Tanner Glass Rangers Jersey. The top-ranked Williams withdrew before her quarterfinal match at the Madrid Open last week. "Im taking it a day at a time. Adam Graves - Coming down the stretch of a lengthy road trip, the Vancouver Canucks aim to rebound from just their second loss in seven games on Sunday evening as they visit the Ottawa Senators. - Corey Perry got to 40 goals and helped the Anaheim Ducks reach 50 wins. Ron Greschner Jersey. -- Andreas Athanasiou scored four times as the Barrie Colts downed the visiting Niagara IceDogs 6-2 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action. Jarret Stoll Jersey. That is, how does he keep the red hot bat of Juan Francisco in the lineup when first base is taken by Edwin Encarnacion and Adam Lind is back as the designated hitter? "Maybe Francisco can play second," joked Gibbons.The Montreal Canadiens took to the Bell Sports Complex ice on Sunday for a third straight day of practice since completing their opening-round sweep of the Tampa Bay Lightning. Only this time, they were preparing for a date with the 2013-14 Presidents Trophy winning Boston Bruins, who secured their spot in the second round after defeating the Detroit Red Wings in five games. Meeting for the fourth time in seven seasons and for the 34th occasion all-time, the Canadiens and Bruins get together in an Eastern Conference second round series that begins this week. "Youre going to have to fight for everything. Theres no such thing as an easy game when you play against Boston," Canadiens defenceman Josh Gorges said following practice. "Theyre very well structured. They play a great team game. Youre going to have to fight for your real estate, youre going to have to fight to get on the inside and to get second chances in front of the net. "If were going to succeed, were going to have to do everything we can in the dirty areas." Gorges, who will face the Bruins in the postseason for the third time in his NHL career, was unable to take part in the Canadiens most recent playoff meeting with Boston in 2011 after undergoing season-ending knee surgery. "What the Bruins have done in the last few years in the playoffs has been as good as or better than any other team in the league," added Gorges. "We know we have a great challenge ahead of us. Its going be hard. Its going to be a long series. Weve got to be prepared for that." The last time the Bruins and Canadiens met in the playoffs was in 2011, when Boston ousted Montreal in seven games in its march to winning the Stanley Cup championship. No teams have come close to meeting in the playoffs as many times as the Bruins and Canadiens. The 170 games between the Bruins and Canadiens are the most for plaayoff opponents; the Detroit Red Wings and Toronto Maple Leafs are next with 117.dddddddddddd "Theyre a good team; they know how to win. 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Head coach Michel Therrien made a change to his line up at practice on Sunday, opting to put a healthy Travis Moen on the fourth line - a move to bring in more veteran presence against an experienced Bruins team. Here is Sundays Practice Lines: Forwardacioretty - Desharnais - VanekPrust - Plekanec - GallagherBourque - Eller - GiontaMoen* - Briere - WeiseBournival - White - Parros Defence:Markov - EmelinGorges - SubbanBouillon - WeaverMurray - Tinordi GoalriceBudaj *In first round, Michael Bournival played left wing on the fourth line. Moen skating in that spot represents the one lineup change in preparation for the Bruins. The NHL is expected to release the schedule for the second round on Monday. cheap jerseys  cheap jerseys cheap nfl jerseys Ray Ban Outlet Michael Kors Outlet Michael Kors Sale Cheap Michael Kors ' ' '

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