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Eden Park will host Bledisloe Cup tests over the next two weekends.
The second test clash on August 14 has been moved from Sky Stadium in Wellington, where it was originally scheduled to be played on Saturday 28 August.
SANZAAR has also confirmed the third and final Bledisloe Cup test will be played at Optus Stadium in Perth where the two teams will meet on Saturday 28 August, a week later than first scheduled.
The revised schedule means New Zealand will no longer host the two Rugby Championship tests against Argentina, which had been scheduled for Eden Park in Auckland on 11 September and Sky Stadium in Wellington on 18 September.
They will now be played in Australia, with details of the matches to be announced by SANZAAR in due course.
NZR is continuing to plan for two tests against South Africa, at Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin on Saturday 25 September, and at Eden Park on Saturday 2 October.
Fans who have purchased tickets for any of the three affected tests will receive a full refund and should expect to be contacted by the relevant ticket providers Ticketmaster and Ticketek in due course.
NZR CEO Mark Robinson said rescheduling the matches had been challenging, particularly having to move the two Tests out of Wellington.
“While we are pleased to have some certainty around venues, we feel for our Wellington fans who will now miss out on two Tests, ” Robinson said. “It’s exciting to be in a position where the All Blacks and Australia can now prepare for two Bledisloe Cup Tests in New Zealand and what promises to be two great weekends.
“When you consider what’s going on around the world we are grateful to be able to host some Test rugby and to be playing in front of what is going to be a bumper crowd at Eden Park this weekend.”
The first Bledisloe Cup Test presented by Steinlager is close to selling out, but limited numbers of tickets are still available in all categories. Tickets to the second test on Saturday 14 August will go on sale from 9am on Friday.
“It is particularly disappointing we will not be able to play in Wellington this season and we share the disappointment of fans, the venue and the city, but at short notice following the closure of the travel bubble with Australia it just proved too difficult,” Robinson said.
“It’s also disappointing not to be able to host Argentina, but the eight-week pause to the trans-Tasman travel bubble meant it just wasn’t possible to get the team into the country.
“Sky Stadium, Wellington Rugby and WellingtonNZ did everything they could to try and keep the Test in Wellington, but ultimately we needed to play on Saturday 14 August and we had to make the difficult decision to shift the match to Auckland.”
The All Blacks would be back at Sky Stadium in 2022, Robinson said.