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Kick-off time for today’s second test, TV channels, live streams, teams

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British & Irish Lions and South Africa have locked the horn again in the second test of the Lions Tour.

And if it’s like the first, we can get into a treat.

The Lions looked down when they entered halftime last week 12-3, but Maro Itoje gave the team a 22-17 victory as Luke Cowan-Dicky made a decisive attempt.

This means that if Lions win the game, Lions can finish the series victory as early as today.

Meanwhile, Springbox is seeking a little more help from officials this week after coach Rassie Erasmus said the team had a hard time by last Saturday.

In an unprecedented one-hour video, he said:

“I’ve encountered talking about referees in public before, and it usually comes back to bite you.

“Lions come only every 12 years. I think it’s fair to leave these last two test matches.

“But the law, respect, how to treat players, what to say at pre-match coach referee meetings, how to provide feedback, and the media.”

Players have been banned for less rigorous comments in the past, and World Rugby said, “Watch out for comments by Rassie Erasmus,” raising them in SA Rugby.



Kick-off time for today’s second test, TV channels, live streams, teams

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