The Wales back-row was named skipper when Lions coach Warren Gatland announced a 41-man squad Wednesday for the three-Test series in June and July. Warburton, the victorious captain during the 2013 2-1 series win in Australia, is just the second man after England great Martin Johnson (1997 and 2001) to lead the Lions on two tours. But he has yet to enjoy a Test win over New Zealand -- with Wales's last success against the All Blacks coming way back in 1953. The Lions' lone Test series triumph in New Zealand was in 1971. Added to that, two of the three Tests this year will be played at Eden Park, where New Zealand have not lost in the professional era -- with the All Blacks reeling off 36 consecutive wins, including a 2011 World Cup final triumph, at their Auckland fortress since 1995. As for the Lions, their solitary win in 10 Tests at Eden Park was a 9-6 success in 1959. Eden Park was also the venue where Warburton was sent off for a dangerous tackle during Wales's agonising 9-8 World Cup semi-final loss six years ago. "New Zealand are the only team I haven't beaten yet in my international career and it's something I'd love to do," said Warburton after the squad was announced. "People would look at that as a bad thing, but I would never take the field against New Zealand and think, 'Crikey, I haven't beaten these before'," the Cardiff Blues flanker, a veteran of 76 Tests, added. "You respect them for what they are and you know they've got a fantastic history and win percent ratio, but every time you take that field you've got a chance to win, regardless of who you are or where you are playing." However, he admitted: "It's going to be the toughest thing I've done. 2013 (winning tour) was amazing, it was all fresh, it was all new.
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