TRY, CHIEFS, PARETE! 17-23: A little to late for the Chiefs. They secure the scrum and build patiently before Parete storms over to score!
FULL-TIME: CHIEFS 19-23 JAGUARES. McKenzie slots the conversion and that will be that. That is four wins on the road for the Jaguares. They beat two Australian teams and now they did the same over two Kiwi teams. Wow!
The Chiefs now make their way deep into the Jaguares 22, before they win a scrum five metres out.
The Jaguares put nine patient phases together, as the seconds tick by.
The Chiefs win a penalty at the scrum and Damian McKenzie takes it quickly, but is stopped five metres out. They recycle the ball only to knock it on in the tackle yet again!
The Jaguares then give away possession with a silly forward pass and concede a scrum right in front of their goal.
The Chiefs have a line-out 15 metres out and they mess it up with a skew throw. Pressure!
PENALTY, JAGUARES, SANCHEZ! 12-23: Messam is penalised again and this time for being offside. Sanchez extends the lead with a good kick.
Messam is penalised for a high tackle and Sanchez goes for the corner.
The Jaguares are out of jail for now. The Chiefs make their way into the Jaguares 22 yet again, before McKenzie tries a kick-through and Sanchez clears.
The Chiefs win an offside penalty and Santiago Medrano is the guilty party.
NO TRY, CHIEFS! The Jaguares attacks inside the Chiefs half. Charlie Ngatai then launches a counter-attack from a standing start and after involvement from Harris, Charlie Ngatai scores a brilliant try! The TMO rules however that Harris knocked it on in the process. The Chiefs win a penalty and choose a scrum seven metres out.
Tomas Lezana spills the ball forward after seven phases and another let-off for the Chiefs in their own half.
Sanchez offloads to Emiliano Boffelli who makes good ground. What a turn-over by Damian McKenzie five metres from his own line. Was McKenzie on his feet there? Maybe not.
Damian McKenzie tries a kick across the field, but it is just out of reach of his wing. Nice try though.
Desio is penalised for not releasing the ball carrier. Great work by Jacobson to secure the turn-over. The Chiefs find a good touch.
The Jaguares put six phases together and they knock it on two metres from the line. What a let-off for the home team with only 13 men.
PENALTY TRY, JAGUARES! 12-20: also YELLOW CARD, CHIEFS, MESSAM! The Jaguares drive forward and the maul is collapsed. Messam is blamed and is sent off for 10 minutes for what is a repeated offence. The Chiefs are down to 13 men.
YELLOW CARD, CHIEFS, ALLARDICE! The Jaguares win another penalty. Michael Allardice is guilty of obstruction and it is regarded as dangerous. He is off for 10 minutes. Sanchez go for the corner.
This time Marcos Kremer has his hands in the ruck and the Chiefs go for goal. Not the best of kicks from McKenzie and he sends it wide.
PENALTY, JAGUARES, SANCHEZ! 12-13: Liam Polwart is offside and Sanchez makes no mistake with a good kick. The Jaguares take the lead back.
Kick-off! We are back underway in the second half.
PENALTY, CHIEFS, MCKENZIE! 12-10: Tomas Lezana is offside and the Chiefs win a penalty. McKenzie ensures the lead with a good kick and we head to the break.
HALF-TIME: CHIEFS 12-10 JAGUARES. It has been a very controlled approach by the Chiefs. They lead at the break via penalties and believe it or not we have only see one try! The Chiefs will need to cut down on all the unforced errors.
PENALTY, CHIEFS, MCKENZIE! 9-10: McKenzie makes it three from three and we have a one point game.
Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro is now penalised for collapsing the scrum. Damian McKenzie goes for goal.
The Chiefs win a free-kick at the scrum after some early engagement from the Jaguares. The Chiefs opt for another scrum.
The ball is spilled yet again by the Chiefs in the line-out. Wow, a let off for the Jaguares.
Santiago Garcia Botta is guilty of wheeling the scrum and Damian McKenzie finds an awesome touch.
Anton Lienert-Brown sends Pulu away for the Chiefs. They come close before it is knocked-on in the tackle. The Chiefs are making silly mistakes. It is so unlike them.
CONVERSION, JAGUARES, SANCHEZ! 6-10: Sanchez converts the try.
TRY, JAGUARES, MOYANO! 6-8: Damian McKenzie bursts through a gap and the Chiefs make their way into the Jaguares 22. Tuculet then scoops on a loose ball and almost get to the line. They recycle and Ramiro Moyano scores against the run of play.
It has been a very controlled approach from both teams thus far.
PENALTY, CHIEFS, MCKENZIE! 6-3: Damian McKenzie makes no mistake with a good kick.
After a few resets at the scrum inside the Jaguares half Santiago Garcia Botta is penalised. The Chiefs go for goal.
PENALTY, JAGUARES, BOFFELLI! 3-3: Emiliano Boffelli levels the score with a brilliant kick from near halfway!
The Jaguares steal the line-out and then Michael Allardice is penalised for not rolling away. They go for goal again.
The Jaguares put more phases together and Tuculet kicks it through. The Chiefs feed a line-out inside their own 22.
The kick at goal from Sanchez hits the bar and that's an opportunity missed.
The Jaguares crawl their way towards the line, as they build 15 patient phases. They secure a penalty, as Karl Tuinukuafe is offside.
The Chiefs do well to stop the Jaguares after the line-out and Tomas Lavanini is shoved into touch.
Tyler Ardron is penalised for collapsing the maul. The Jaguares go for the corner.
PENALTY, CHIEFS, MCKENZIE! 3-0: Damian McKenzie opens the scoring with an easy kick.
The penalties are mounting against the Jaguares. Guido Petti is caught offside and the referee has a word. They go for goal.
The Chiefs string 10 phases together and make their way into the Jaguares 22, before winning an offside penalty. Again McKenzie finds touch deeper inside the 22.
Great play from McKenzie after the line-out and he kicks through. The bounce favours Tuculet, who carries it over the touchline.
The Chiefs win an early off-side penalty and Damian McKenzie finds a good touch.
Kick-off! We are underway here in Rotorua.
Hello and welcome to our live coverage of this Super Rugby clash between the Chiefs and the Jaguares, from the Rotorua International Stadium.
The Jaguares have been the surprise package in this years competition and they have claimed valuable away victories against the Rebels, Brumbies and Blues in their three previous matches.
The Chiefs are currently in fourth place in the New Zealand conference and they are undefeated at home this season.
The last time these teams met the Chiefs won 30-26 in Buenos Aires.
The Chiefs have made four changes to their team. Brodie Retallick and Johnny Faauli is being rested. Michael Allardice will start at lock, with Liam Messam playing at number eight. Toni Pulu returns from injury and Alex Nankivell starts at inside centre.
Team Chiefs: 15 Charlie Ngatai (cc), 14 Toni Pulu, 13 Anton Lienert-Brown, 12 Alex Nankivell, 11 Solomon Alaimalo, 10 Damian McKenzie, 9 Te Toiroa Tahuriorangi, 8 Liam Messam, 7 Sam Cane (cc), 6 Lachlan Boshier/Luke Jacobson, 5 Tyler Ardron, 4 Michael Allardice, 3 Angus Ta?avao, 2 Liam Polwart, 1 Karl Tu?inukuafe. Replacements: 16 Nathan Harris, 17 Sam Prattley, 18 Jeff Thwaites, 19 Luke Jacobson/Jesse Parete, 20 Pita Gus Sowakula, 21 Brad Weber, 22 Marty McKenzie, 23 Levi Aumua.
The Jaguares have made five changes. Ramiro Moyano and Gonzalo Bertranou replaces Bautista Delguy and Martin Landajo. Tomas Lezana starts at the blindside flank in place of Javier Ortega Desio, who shifts to number eight where he replaces Leonardo Senatore. Tomas Lavanini comes in for Matias Alemanno and Julian Montoya replaces Agustin Creevy.
Team Jaguares: 15 Joaquin Tuculet (c), 14 Ramiro Moyano, 13 Matias Orlando, 12 Jeronimo De La Fuente, 11 Emiliano Boffelli, 10 Nicolas Sanchez, 9 Gonzalo Bertranou, 8 Javier Ortega Desio, 7 Marcos Kremer, 6 Tomas Lezana, 5 Tomas Lavanini, 4 Guido Petti, 3 Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, 2 Julian Montoya, 1 Santiago Garcia Botta. Replacements: 16 Agustin Creevy, 17 Javier Manuel Diaz, 18 Santiago Medrano, 19 Matias Alemanno, 20 Leonardo Senatore, 21 Martin Landajo, 22 Santiago González Iglesias, 23 Juan Cruz Mallia.
Our referee is Mike Fraser and he will be assisted by Paul Williams and Brendon Pickerill. The Television match official is Shane McDermott .
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