The Lions and South Africa do battle today with the Test series on the line.
Whoever wins today’s decider will achieve something they will treasure for the rest of their lives.
But what if it’s a draw?
That’s what happened four years ago in New Zealand when the series ended with the strange spectacle of players from both sides sharing the series trophy after the deciding final Test was drawn 15-15.
And it could happen again today, with no provision in the 2021 tour agreement for extra time to be played in order to decide a winner.
Warren Gatland did suggest he was open to the idea of playing on earlier this week, but there has been no suggestion of a change of plan from either the Lions or South Africa ahead of kick-off.
“Maybe that’s something that someone can talk about over the next few days, about whether we do potentially go to extra time if it is a draw. That’s not a bad idea,” he said.
The winners of the series will receive the Castle Lager Lions Series trophy.
Standing at 60cm tall and weighing 6½kg, the main body of the trophy was handspun from a single sheet of sterling silver, while the base is handmade from sapele hardwood. It took over 150 hours to make.
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