3 Oct 2019

Rugby World Cup: All Blacks vs Canada

1:15 am on 3 October 2019

The All Blacks take on Canada in their second match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan, here's all you need to know about tonight's match.

Canada's number 8 Tyler Ardron (L) celebrates his try that was later disallowed with Canada's scrum-half Gordon McRorie during the Japan 2019 Rugby World Cup Pool B match between Italy and Canada at the Fukuoka Hakatanomori Stadium in Fukuoka on September 26, 2019. (Photo by CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP)

Canada's number 8 Tyler Ardron (L) celebrates his try that was later disallowed with Canada's scrum-half Gordon McRorie. Photo: CHRISTOPHE SIMON / AFP

Here are RNZ's answers the who, where, when and and how of tonight's match.

Who is playing in each team

New Zealand 23

1. Atu Moli

2. Liam Coltman

3. Angus Ta'avo

4. Patrick Tuipulotu

5. Scott Barrett

6. Shannon Frizell

7. Matt Todd

8. Kieran Read

9. TJ Perenara

10. Richie Mo'unga

11. Rieko Ioane

12. Sonny Bill Williams

13. Jack Goodhue

14. Jordie Barrett

15. Beauden Barrett

16. Codie Taylor

17. Ofa Tuungafasi

18. Nepo Laulala

19. Sam Whitelock

20. Ardie Savea

21. Brad Weber

22. Ryan Crotty

23. Ben Smith

Brothers Scott Barrett, left, Beauden Barrett and Jordie Barrett. They three are all will make All Black history when they start in the Test on Saturday.

All three Barrett brothers will play for the All Blacks tonight. Photo: Photosport

Canada 23

1. Djustice Sears-Duru

2. Eirc Howard

3. Cole Keith

4. Evan Olmstead

5. Conor Keys

6. Lucas Rumball

7. Matt Heaton

8. Tyler Ardron

9. Gordon McRorie

10. Peter Nelson

11. Daniel van der Merwe

12. Ciaran Hearn

13. Conor Trainor

14. Jeff Hassler

15. Patrick Parfrey

16. Andrew Quattrin

17. Hubert Buydens

18. Jake Ilnicki

19. Mike Sheppard

20. Josh Larsen

21. Phil Mack

22. Taylor Paris

23. Andrew Coe

Referee: Romain Poite

Assistants: Pascal Gauzere, Alexander Ruiz

TMO: Marius Jonker

What time and where is the match?

Kick off at Oita Stadium in Oita, southern Japan is at 7.15pm local time, which is 11.15pm NZT.

For Canadians, the match starts at 3.15am for people living in Vancouver and 6.15am Toronto/Montreal time.

How to keep track of the match

The match will be broadcast live on Spark Sport and will be liveblogged by RNZ.

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