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Farrell, Barrett, Read, Itoje - Who else makes the combined Lions and All Blacks XV?

Omnisport Logo Omnisport | Slide 1 of 16: After 12 years, the British and Irish Lions returned to New Zealand soil for an eagerly awaited three-Test series and the winner was…no one!That's right. Three brutal, hard-hitting, full-blooded matches of 80 minutes failed to produce a winner between the Lions and the fearsome All Blacks.It had looked perilous for the Lions after losing the first contest, but a Sonny Bill Williams red card proved costly as Warren Gatland's men levelled the series with a 24-21 victory in Wellington.But the series decider in Auckland failed to produce a winner as an enthralling battle finished 15-15. Still, there were plenty of top-drawer performers from both teams and we have compiled our best combined XV from the series.

Shake on it! Nothing to split the Lions and All Blacks

After 12 years, the British and Irish Lions returned to New Zealand soil for an eagerly awaited three-Test series and the winner was…no one!That's right. Three brutal, hard-hitting, full-blooded matches of 80 minutes failed to produce a winner between the Lions and the fearsome All Blacks.It had looked perilous for the Lions after losing the first contest, but a Sonny Bill Williams red card proved costly as Warren Gatland's men levelled the series with a 24-21 victory in Wellington.But the series decider in Auckland failed to produce a winner as an enthralling battle finished 15-15. Still, there were plenty of top-drawer performers from both teams and we have compiled our best combined XV from the series.
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