The series is level at 1-1! The decider goes down on Saturday 8 July, and you can watch it on TV or online in the UK.
When is the British & Irish Lions Tour?
The first match of the tour was on Saturday 3 June, and saw the Lions take on New Zealand Provincial Barbarians in Whangarei.
The last and series-deciding Test is on Saturday 8 July.
When do the Lions play the All Blacks?
The main events are the three matches where the Lions will play the All Blacks – the world number one ranked men’s rugby team.
The first match was played on 24 June, the second on 1 July and the last will be on 8 July. Each match kicks off at 7.35pm local time, which is 8.35am BST in the UK.
Not in the UK? Here's how to watch
What channel are the matches on?
Each match in the fixture list will be shown on Sky Sports and Sky Sports HD, as well as on the Sky Go app.
How to watch the British & Irish Lions Tour in the UK
If you don’t have Sky Sports then you can sign up in a few different ways to catch the action.
You can join Sky Sports from £49.50 per month
Alternatively if you already have Sky you can add the Sports package for £18 extra for the first 3 months
The best way to see the Lions play the All Blacks without subscribing to Sky is by getting a NOW TV pass. You can buy a day, week or month pass to Sky Sports to watch on your TV, phone and tablet.
At the moment you can get a whole month sport pass for £20 (usually £33.99!)
If you are on holiday then you can still watch the Lions tour on your Sky Go app by using a VPN. This is a software you can download to your phone, tablet or laptop to access your UK Sky Go account from abroad.