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Will the Wallabies break their 30 year Eden Park hoodoo?

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Rugby Union commentator Kent Johns believes it’ll be tough for the Wallabies to defeat the All Blacks at Eden Park when the two sides meet on Saturday.

The last time Australia tasted success at the Auckland venue was when Alan Jones’ side lifted the Bledisloe cup in 1986.

John’s says it’ll be an up hill battle for the Wallabies.

‘The All Blacks are going for a world record 18 straight wins.

‘Thirty years ago you had Andrew Slack, David Campese and Nick Farr Jones. They were world class players and I don’t think you’ve got enough of them this time.’

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