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Sept 20 (Reuters) - Ardie Savea is ready to  https://cse.google.tm/url?sa=i&url=http%3A%2F%2Fhttps://eyangsloto.com/%2F  straight into the All Blacks side following the birth of his third child but the make-up of the back row for Saturday's final Rugby Championship test against Australia at Eden Park remains up in the air.<br> The powerhouse number eight, who was excused from the 39-37 win over Australia in Melbourne last Thursday, shared a picture of his newborn son Kove Masina-Moon on social media this week.<br> Savea will reinforce a back row that was battered and bruised from the Wallabies test, with captain and openside flanker Sam Cane forced off after clashing heads with team mate David Havili.<br> "He's fresh here but he's just had another baby so I'm sure there's bound to be a couple of sleepless nights - but he's great for us," forwards coach Jason Ryan said at training on Tuesday.<br> "He's a real energy-giver. We get a lot of energy off him in our group and having that week off will definitely freshen him up."<br> While Savea will likely replace Hoskins Sotutu, Cane and Havili may miss Eden Park as they work through concussion protocols.<br> Blindside flanker Shannon Frizell, who missed Melbourne with a ribs injury, needs to pass a fitness test on Thursday, Ryan said.<br> Frizell's return could mean Scott Barrett reverts to the second row, though Ryan was impressed with the forward's work at the back of the scrum.<br> "I'd say he's probably our best performing All Black forward to be honest," he told reporters.<br> "He's been outstanding in every role."<br> Unbeaten by Australia at Eden Park since 1986, defending champions New Zealand will seal back-to-back Rugby Championship titles if they beat the Wallabies on Saturday and Argentina upset South Africa in Durban.<br> Bonus points could also prove crucial, though, with the All Blacks and Springboks level on championship points.<br> "We're treating it as a final," Ryan said of Saturday's clash.<br> "Just because it's Eden Park, doesn't mean it's a given, either."<br> (Reporting by Ian Ransom in Melbourne; Editing by Peter Rutherford)<br>
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