The 2015 Rugby World Cup final will be decided in Twickenham, London on Sunday morning, Australian time.

It will be contested, for the first time, between, the world's No. 1 rugby union team, the New Zealand All Blacks and the world's No. 2 side, the Australian Wallabies.

Matti Brooks is once again joined by Steve Anderson, former High Performance Manager and National Defence Coach for Ireland and Scotland, as well as Bryce Johns, former sports editor of the Dominion Post in Wellington and now Group Editorial Director for Australian Regional Media, to dissect the match.

Bryce brings a distinctively Kiwi flavour to the discussion of world rugby's greatest rivalry and the biggest match ever played between these two rugby superpowers.

Will New Zealand, the favourites, be the first international rugby union team to hoist the William Webb Ellis trophy for the third time?

Or will this special Wallabies team deny them to do the same?


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