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All Blacks v Baa-Baas tickets go on sale May 24

All Blacks v Baa-Baas tickets go on sale May 24

Tickets for the All Blacks v Barbarians rugby game at Twickenham on December 4 will go on sale from Monday May 24.

Barbarians spokesman Kevin Stewart said today this will be one of the most heavily anticipated matches in the United Kingdom this year.

``It rekindles memories of the Barbarians victory over the 1973 All Blacks, which is considered by many to be the greatest rugby match ever played,’’ Stewart said.

The Barbarian side to take the field against the All Blacks in front of a capacity 74,000 crowd will be released over the coming months.

Tickets will go on sale from the (English) RFU Ticket Office or Ticketmaster 0044 870 4000600

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