Rugby Championship

All Blacks' 16-Test win streak: Match by match

2016-10-07 10:49
Kieran Read (Gallo Images)

Durban - New Zealand will equal the top-tier rugby nations' world record of 17 consecutive victories they share with South Africa if they beat the Springboks in Durban on Saturday.

The All Blacks created the record between 1965 and 1969 and equalled it between 2013 and 2014 while South Africa won 17 consecutive internationals between 1997 and 1998.

The 16 victories in the latest All Blacks' winning streak (date, venue, opponent, result):


August 15, Auckland, Australia 41-13

September 20, London, Argentina 26-16

September 24, London, Namibia 58-14

October 2, Cardiff, Georgia 43-10

October 9, Newcastle, Tonga 47-9

October 17, Cardiff, France 62-13

October 24, London, South Africa 20-18

October 31, London, Australia 34-17


June 11, Auckland, Wales 39-21

June 18, Wellington, Wales 36-22

June 25, Dunedin, Wales 46-6

August 20, Sydney, Australia 42-8

August 27, Wellington, Australia 29-9

September 10, Hamilton, Argentina 57-22

September 17, Christchurch, South Africa 41-13

October 1, Buenos Aires, Argentina 36-17

Upcoming fixtures:

October 8, Durban, South Africa

October 22, Auckland, Australia

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