All Blacks vs Wallabies Rugby 2014

The 2014 Rugby Championship is on a break this weekend, with all four teams off.

The South African Springboks, New Zealand All Blacks, Australian Wallabies, and Argentina Pumas all get a chance to rest up before the final two fixtures.

The All Blacks will travel to La Plata to take on the Pumas on Saturday, September 27 while the Wallabies will visit the Springboks in Cape Town.

The All Blacks will meet the Springboks in Johannesburg on Saturday, October 4 while the Wallabies will travel to Mendoza to face the Pumas.

The weekend after that will see another clash between Australia and New Zealand, in Brisbane for the Bledisloe Cup.

Last weekend, as expected, Australia beat Argentina 32-25 while the All Blacks beat South Africa 14-10.

The weekend before that, Australia narrowly topped South Africa 24-23 while New Zealand beat Argentina 28-9.

Earlier in the championship, New Zealand beat Australia 51-20 after the first match ended in a 12-12 draw.

And South Africa beat Argentina twice, 33-31 and 13-6.

South Africa and Argentina don’t have any other matches scheduled for a while following the October 4 matches. South Africa will next take on Ireland at Lansdowne Road on Saturday, November 8 while Argentina will face Scotland at Murrayfield on the same day.

After the Bledisloe Cup meeting, New Zealand has off until it takes on the United States in Chicago on November 1 before traveling to Twickenham to face England.

Australia will be off until November 8, when it takes on Wales at Millennium Stadium.