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Most recently it saw Australia lose to England 40 – 44 in the extraordinary final test of the three match series, only the sixth time the Wallabies have lost at the ground and first loss since 1995.
Most recently South Africa defeated Ireland there to level the series before going on to win in Port Elizabeth.
However, South Africa have lost three of their last six tests at the stadium, including a loss to the Lions in the third test of the 2009 tour and two defeats against the All Blacks.
However, the last test to have been played there was back in 2015 when South Africa suffered a shock 27 – 35 loss to Argentina.
The first and only European stadium in the list, Twickenham has been England’s home since 1910 when they defeated Wales 11 – 6.
1994 was a good year for some, but not for the people of Auckland.
It was the last time New Zealand lost at the legendary Eden Park stadium.
An amazing 294 England matches have been played at the stadium, with England winning 180 of those tests – making it statistically the toughest place to win for visitors in the northern hemisphere.
Clive Woodward was able to cement Twickenham’s place as a fortress as England did not lose a test match at the ground from 15th October 1999 until their 13 – 19 loss to Ireland during the Six Nations in 2004, or 22 test matches in a row.
Home of the famous Blue Bulls team, once so dominant in Super Rugby, Loftus Versfeld has been a happy hunting ground for South Africa.
The Springboks have not lost at the stadium since 2006 when they went down 26 – 45 to a rampant New Zealand team.
However, the 2009 Lions series was won at the ground with a 28 – 25 win – the site of Ronan O’Gara’s moment of madness handing Morne Steyn a chance to kick South Africa to victory.