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Blitzboks v All Blacks for bragging rights in Dubai

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Seabelo Senatla (Getty)
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Cape Town - The South African Sevens team will take on New Zealand's finest for the coveted HSBC World Rugby Sevens series title on Saturday.

The Blitzboks brushed aside surprise semi-finalists Samoa 38-7 after leading 19-7 at half-time, while earlier the All Blacks accounted for England 19-12.

The match will kick off at 17:02 SA time.

New Zealand are the defending champions.

The next event on the circuit is in Cape Town from December 13-15.

- Compiled by Garrin Lambley

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