Overseas Based All Blacks vs All Blacks – Who Would Win?

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The recent spate of announcements of All Blacks going overseas in 2016, now means that there will be an entire team of overseas based All Blacks who could beat most international teams.  Imagine if the New Zealand based All Blacks play against the overseas based All Blacks in a match.  The overseas based All Blacks have the experience, but could lack the young dynamic players.

There are also some players who have been overseas for years that we have forgotten about, while we also haven’t included players likely to retire before 2016 like Richie McCaw, Tony Woodcock and Keven Mealamu.

The All Blacks will probably gel better and despite not being as experienced, they should have more X Factor and speed around the paddock to win.

Which team would win, Overseas based All Blacks or New Zealand based All Blacks? Who would you pick for each team?

Overseas based All Blacks 2016

Colin Slade

Charles Piutau

Conrad Smith

Ma’a Nonu

Joe Rokocoko

Dan Carter

Piri Weepu

Jerry Collins

Chris Masoe

Jason Eaton

Brad Thorn

Jeremy Thrush

Carl Hayman

Aled de Malmanche

Ben Franks

New Zealand Based All Blacks 

Israel Dagg

Ben Smith

Malakai Fekitoa

Sonny Bill Williams

Julian Savea

Aaron Cruden

Aaron Smith

Kieran Read

Sam Cane

Jerome Kaino

Sam Whitelock

Brodie Retallick

Owen Franks

Dane Coles

Wyatt Crockett

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About Scotty Donaldson

Scotty Donaldson is an All Blacks, Highlanders and long suffering Southland Stags rugby supporter who enjoys providing astute analysis through research and experience in sports writing. Super Rugby Tips provides him with the opportunity to provide valuable insight for punters with both fantasy and virtual rugby type competitions in mind. My highlights are the mighty Southland Stags winning the Ranfurly Shield first the first time in over 50 years in 2009 and being at Eden Park to watch the All Blacks win the 2011 Rugby World Cup final.

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  1. Why’s Jerry Collins there?

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