The match will be played on October 27 in Yokohama, Japan, with the All Blacks having already claimed this year’s trophy.
The match is the end of the southern hemisphere season and a prelude to the teams’ tour of Europe starting the week after. New Zealand are fresh off their rugby championship win, a competition in which Australia finished 3rd
In the two previous Bledisloe cup matches this year New Zealand won 38-13 in Sydney and then a week later 40-12 in Auckland. For this match New Zealand are 2/11 outright, Australia best priced 13/2 and +16 on the points handicap.
The All Blacks have welcomes named one debutant in their squad for the third Test, with Dalton Papalii picked.
New Zealand also have Dean Coles, Joe Moody, Brodie Retallick and Liam Squire to pick from after they overcame injury concerns picked up playing domestic rugby.
Nehe Milner-Skudder has been left out of the squad to take on Australia.
There are three uncapped players in the Australian squad to play Bledisloe 3, with Rebels forward Angus Cottrell and Waratahs duo Jake Gordon and Jed Holloway all a chance to suit up for the Wallabies for the first time in Japan.
Also of note is the inclusion of Jack Dempsey, who’s not been in Australia’s line-up for a year.
Against a side that have won less than 50% of their internationals over the last year and 2 of 6 in the ruby championship i expect New Zealand to cover -16 at 10/11 with Bet365.