There won't be a more important match outside of the Rugby World Cup in a few weeks, than this weekend's clash, 8 August 2015, between the trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand and Australia at Sydney.
The Rugby Championship final will be between the All Blacks and the Wallabies, and possibly the Bledisloe Cup could be decided too at the same time. A win for the AB's will see both done and dusted for another year, 13 years in all for the latter. The challenger must win both Bledisloe Cup games, while the holder needs only to win the first. Even if the Wallabies win, they must come back across the Tasman to Eden Park the following week. It could be a dead rubber by then for the All Blacks.