Another chance to see England's World Cup-winning side take on New Zealand's Barbarians in their first fixture since last month's victory in Sydney.
This afternoon's Twickenham homecoming will have been an emotional event for fans and players alike. But how have Clive Woodward's men fared against a formidable side eager to strike a retaliatory blow for the pride of the southern hemisphere?
Introduced by Steve Rider.
Shown earlier at 4.15pm on BBC1
Los Angeles is the setting for director Michael Mann's atmospheric crime thriller from 1995 in which cop Al Pacino plays cat-and-mouse with cunning master thief Robert De Niro. Co-starring Val Kilmer and Jon Voight.
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