On Saturday, New Zealand plays Australia in the Rugby Championship, and everything is still up for grabs.

Both national teams can win the trophy, but No. 8 Ardie Savea's return will help New Zealand. He missed the game last Thursday against the

Wallabies because his baby was born, but he will be back on the field this weekend.

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"He just had another baby, so I'm sure there will be a few sleepless nights, but he's great for us," said forwards coach Jason Ryan at Tuesday's practise.

"He gives me a lot of energy. We get a lot of energy from him as a member of our group, and that week off will do him a lot of good.

But who else will play for New Zealand, and how will fans be able to watch? Here's all the information you need.

When is it? The game will be played on September 24 at 8:05 a.m. BST. How do I see? The game will be shown on Sky Sports and on the Sky Go app. If you don't have Sky, you can watch without a subscription with a NOWTV Day Pass.

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