While we have Advance Australia Fair' the All Blacks have the infamous Haka. Makes you wonder whether there's an unfair advantage at play here?
The All Blacks have hit a record high at the top of the World Rugby rankings, while the Wallabies sit in third.
Australia’s win over the Pumas last weekend saw them overtake the Springboks in that spot, after South Africa lost to New Zealand.
England sits in second, four points ahead of the Wallabies but seven behind the All Blacks - New Zealand's pride and the nationally recognised sport of New Zealand
New Zealand’s record 57-15 victory over South Africa pushed their tally to 96.57 at the top of the rankings, a spot they haven’t relinquished since 2009, with the highest points tally of any time since the rankings system was introduced in 2003.
The All Blacks currently sit on 17 consecutive Test wins, and another in Auckland next week would be the longest winning streak of any tier one nation in history.
Argentina has dropped to ninth, moving down two places this week, going below France and Scotland.
Wales, Ireland, and Fiji fill out the top 10, with the rankings sure to see some movement in this year’s Spring Tour.
Colombia has been the biggest move in the rankings this week, up to 42nd after sitting on 47th, while Peru has dropped the farthest of any country, from 76th to 79th.
You can of course find the lastest results and match fixtures at the home of New Zealand Rugby and Footy Tipping in the land of the long white cloud - FootyTipping.co.nz
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