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Melbourne Rebels vs British & Irish Lions Live Rugby Stream.
Date: 25th June 2013
AT: AAMI Park
You can instantly tell from the team he has picked that Warren Gatland doesn't fancy seeing his British & Irish Lions being ambushed for a second week in a row in Australia. That 14-12 defeat to the Brumbies in Canberra not only robbed the 2013 tourists of their unbeaten record, it hurt!
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With three games left to play, and a Test series to be clinched, this week's two matches in Melbourne are critically important. The task begins with the game against the Melbourne Rebels at AAMI Park on Tuesday night before moving on to the vital second Test at the Etihad Stadium at the weekend.
Whereas Gatland quite rightly looked to protect his Test team in Canberra last weekend, sending out a back division that had barely met each other let alone practiced together, the Rebels will find themselves playing against some established tour combinations.
It is the 'Last Chance Saloon', if you like, for Test candidates to make a final impression ahead of selection for the second and third Tests and the players intend to make the most of their opportunity.
"We can't afford another loss because it will hurt the squad hugely. It's already hurt us and there were a lot of people upset throughout last week," explained Irish wing Simon Zebo.
"We were lucky to get the win on Saturday coming off a defeat like that, so we can't afford to let that happen again. We're all playing for places and we're playing to represent the Lions and you just don't want to be on the losing side. It's pretty vital we don't lose on Tuesday.
"It's not as easy as playing a weekend game, but you're still getting a chance to go out and represent the Lions, which isn't something you can take lightly. You would like to think there is always a chance of pushing for a Test sport and that if any player plays out of their skin, or has just one of those special days out on the pitch, then you obviously have a chance. "
That motivation alone should be enough to push the Lions to a victory over a Rebels side that will be led by Welsh international Gareth Delve and that will also feature the returning Qantas Wallabies scrum half Luke Burgess. This will be the biggest game in their short history and will give them a chance to capture a major scalp.