A Rugby World Cup fan has placed a record bet - of $400,000 - on the All Blacks beating the Wallabies in tomorrow morning's final.
The bet - placed in the North Island this morning - is the TAB's biggest wager since betting through the agency began in New Zealand in 1961.
The previous record was a $200,000 bet on Brazil to beat China in the 2002 Football World Cup.
The All Blacks are currently favourites at $1.35 to beat the Wallabies, with 86 percent of the money on the New Zealanders. The Wallabies are on $3 to win.
TAB said the punter doesn't want to be identified, but if the All Blacks win then he will make $540,000.