The Lions were formed in 1888, but in their 129 year history they have only managed to win one series against New Zealand, all the way back in 1971. It's easy to laugh at the Sky Sports level hyperbole surrounding this game and this tour, but winning would be an incredible feat for these players.
At the outsight it looked impossible but, after last week's defeat, New Zealand have lost their sheen of invincibility. Between injuries and Sonny Bill Williams' suspension, they are left short on experience in the backs which could provide window of opportunity for the Lions to attack. The men in red remain unchanged and have had a few days off to rest and regroup.
The All Blacks are still favourites, but this is the best chance the Lions will ever get.
15. Liam Williams 14. Anthony Watson 13. Jon Davies 12. Owen Farrell 11. Elliot Daly 10. Johnny Sexton 9. Conor Murray 8. Taulupe Faletau 7. Seanie O'Brien 6. Sam Warburton 5. Alun Wyn Jones 4. Maro Itoje 3. Tadhg Furlong 2. Jamie George 1. Mako Vunipola
16. Ken Owens 17. Jack McGrath 18.Kyle Sinckler 19. Courtney Lawes 20. CJ Stander 21. Rhys Webb 22. Ben Te'o 23. Jack Nowell