ITALY are looking for a morale-boosting performance against a wounded New Zealand when the pair face each other in Rome.
The All Blacks had a five-game winning streak ended by Ireland last week, whilst the Azzurri put up a brave defensive display but were eventually beaten 26-7 by Australia.
Getty Images – Getty1 New Zealand perform the Haka before their defeat in Dublin
What time is Italy vs New Zealand?
THE Autumn International will be held on Saturday, November 24.
Kick-off is at 2pm UK time.
It's the first meeting between the sides in two years, when the Kiwis came to Rome and ran out 68-10 winners.
Which TV channel is Italy vs New Zealand on and can I live stream it?
YOU can catch all the action on Premier Sports 1 from 1.30pm.
Find the channel on Virgin Media 551 and Sky 412, whilst a subscription costs just £9.99-per-month.
If you want to stream, use the Premier Player which is available in app form to subscribers.
How do I watch Italy vs New Zealand for free?
Premier Sports are offering a free trial for all Sky subscribers.
Non-Sky subscribers can live stream the match by trialling the Premier Player for free.
But you must cancel your subscription before the end of the first month or be liable for the full fee.
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