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Victory at Eden Park on Saturday is all that stands between Australia and their first Bledisloe Cup series win since 2002, but an alert New Zealand side won't allow the trophy to leave their grasp so easily.

An All Blacks win would see the series drawn at one win apiece, meaning the Bledisloe Cup stays with holders New Zealand, but Australia won't get many opportunities as great as this to seize some coveted silverware.

To make sure not a minute of Saturday's head-to-head is missed, we've gathered all the vital viewing information for the Auckland encounter, along with discussion of the fixture's key headlines.

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The nature of the 2015 landscape demands that teams look toward the Rugby World Cup as the "real" prize on offer, but no Bledisloe Cup can be treated as anything other than one of the fiercest clashes in the sport.

That being said, Australia coach Michael Cheika has made six changes to the team that won in Sydney last Saturday, with writer Marc Hinton suggesting the cup will stay put as a result:

All Blacks helmsman Steve Hansen, on the other hand, has made just three changes to his lineup, with Sonny Bill Williams, Ma'a Nonu and Sam Whitelock coming into a XV that doesn't look any weaker for it.

With the Aussies having not won in New Zealand since 2001 and having last tasted victory in Auckland back in 1986, former All Black Nick Evans also took his opportunity to embarrass Australia, per talkSPORT's Andrew McKenna.

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Nevertheless, what better encouragement is there for those second-stringers than to be fighting for a World Cup place against the best team in the world, where a dazzling performance means massive plaudits?

The World Cup might represent the "war" of 2015, but Saturday's tie promises to be one heck of a battle, where Rugby Championship winners Australia have more than mere pride at stake.

Arguably the most talked-about selection in the Wallabies XV for Saturday's fixture is the return of controversial fly-half Quade Cooper, a man who divides opinion like no other.

Some lacklustre outings in the Rugby Championship gave the player's doubters new ammunition to feed off, but Cheika continues to back the enigmatic Cooper, per Christy Doran of Fox Sports:

It would be folly to suggest there isn't an experimental angle behind Cooper's selection, with the competition provided by Matt Giteau, Bernard Foley and Toomua bearing down at fly-half.

But despite playing a heavy role in the Rugby Championship win, Foley may miss out on the World Cup, writes ESPN Scrum's Brett McKay, who believes Cooper to be a better option from the bench.

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The global governing body of athletics is to abandon its policy of blood-testing every athlete during the upcoming world championships in Beijing, the Guardian has learned,with only a third of competitors due to have a sample taken and scrutinised.

The International Association of Athletics Federations insists it has simply introduced a better system that will target elite athletes though urine testing remains the same, but its decision is causing consternation among some competitors. At the previous two world championships in Daegu in 2011 and Moscow in 2013 every athlete had a blood sample taken.
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The decision to scale back on testing could be seen as a major public own goal by the IAAF, given concerns about how widespread the problem of performance-enhancing substance abuse is in the sport.

However, the IAAF said it was not going soft on doping but had instead switched its focus to target testing around 600-700 specific athletes rather than mass screening the expected 1,900 competitors in Beijing. It also pointed out that its “core testing” for the world championships had started six months ago and that it was stepping up its use of more sophisticated testing methods in order to catch the cheats.

The change in policy has come to light against a backdrop of hugely damaging revelations for athletics that includes claims that a third of medals in endurance events at Olympics and world championships between 2001 and 2012 were won by athletes with suspicious blood values.

Last week 28 athletes from the 2005 and 2007 world championships were banned after their samples were tested, while on Monday the London 2012 Olympic 1500m champion Asli Cakir Alptekin was stripped of her gold medal and given an eight-year ban after abnormal values were found in her blood samples.

The revelations are likely to intensify the pressure on the International Association of Athletics Federations, which is due to elect either Sebastian Coe or Sergei Bubka as its new president in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

The IAAF had previously refused to reveal how many athletes it would test at the championships, claiming that “in order to maintain the integrity of the programme, the IAAF doesn’t disclose its actual testing programme for the event”. However, after confirming its approach to the Guardian the body moved to defend itself.

In a statement it said: “The most important time to be testing many of the athletes is during the off-season when the heavy training loads are taking place. That approach is no secret – but it is often easier for sports to simply pile on the tests during the event itself and claim a successful anti-doping programme.

“The reality is far from it. The testing in Beijing is important – but nowhere near as important as a truly non-notice out-of-competition (OOC) programme conducted during the preceding six months or longer.”

When asked specifically why the federation was scaling back on blood testing in Beijing, an IAAF spokesman said that in the previous championships it had collected a blood sample from every athlete because “it was establishing the athlete biological passport in athletics with a specific interest in establishing population-based reference values”.