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The 16 year wait is over. The Lions crushed Australia in Sydney, finally delivering the performance that had been promised all tour.
The British and Irish Lions saved their best for last as they demolished Australia 41-16 in Sydney to win the series.
Halfpenny? Folau? Smith? Alex Payne looks at the try-scoring odds for the crunch Lions-Australia clash.
In his final Lions Diary, Miles Harrison previews the decisive Test and reflects on rugby's sad day.
I don't think anyone really saw Brian O'Driscoll getting dropped for the deciding Test in Sydney - I certainly didn't. Before the tour even started I had O'Driscoll down as my Lions captain, not only because he is one of the best players, but because of his experience.
Australia are back in the series as they beat the British and Irish Lions 16-15 in the second Test in Melbourne.
In his latest betting blog, Alex Payne is backing the Lions to clinch the series by winning the second Test.
The British and Irish Lions midweek team definitely had a point to prove after last Tuesday's loss against the Brumbies.
It was incredibly exciting to watch the Lions beat Australia in the first Test in Brisbane - what a game of rugby!
The British and Irish Lions drew first blood in the three Test series as they beat Australia 23-21 at the Suncorp Stadium.
It is almost time. After a year of speculation, six months of selection and five weeks of preparation, the history books are open for the 2013 British and Irish Lions.
When it comes to picking the Lions starting XV for the first Test most pundits and former players are pretty much in agreement.
The Lions fell to their first loss on the tour to Australia as the Brumbies held on for a 14-12 win.
The British and Irish Lions made it five wins in five as they continued their build-up to next Saturday's first Test against Australia with a 47-17 victory over the NSW Waratahs.
In his latest Lions Diary, Miles Harrison says the Lions are right not to show their hand to Australia.
After their tough encounter against the Reds, the Lions had an easier run-out against the Combined Country XV.
The tour found the gear it needed Saturday night. After two fairly insipid matches, with the team never having to break out of training ground mentality, the Lions were made to sweat in Brisbane against a fully committed, if half strength, Queensland Reds team.
There are many terms for it: spying, skullduggery, undercover operations. It is supposed to go on in top-flight rugby, but is it going on here in Australia? That is the $64,000 question. And I'm not talking about the cost of buying a round of drinks at the bar in our hotel.
The British and Irish Lions came through their first big test of the tour to Australia with a hard-fought 22-12 win over the Queensland Reds.
Miles Harrison shares the latest on Warren Gatland's selection headache and Lions quizzes!