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New Zealand v Great Britain Lions: Hardaker and Philbin out as tourists' injury list grows

BBC Sport Friday, 8 November 2019
Zak Hardaker and Joe Philbin are ruled out as Great Britain's tour of New Zealand and Papua New Guinea has hit an injury crisis.
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