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Is this the right AB backline to play Argentina?

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Piri Weepu. Photo by Phil Walter / Getty Images
Piri Weepu. Photo by Phil Walter / Getty Images

Mils Muliaina will play in his 100th test cap for the All Blacks in their Rugby World Cup 2011 quarter-final against Argentina this weekend.

With Israel Dagg ruled out of the match due to a thigh haematoma, that opens the door for the veteran fullback to become just the second All Black to reach the 100 test milestone.

Piri Weepu gets the nod at halfback while Sonny Bill Williams will start on the wing after Richard Kahui was ruled out due to a hamstring injury.

Colin Slade will once again start in the number 10 jersey with squad newcomer and Dan Carter's injury replacement Aaron Cruden earning a spot on the bench.

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