Australia v British and Irish Lions in pictures

British and Irish Lions fans look forward to their first Test in Australia in 12 years - an estimated 30,000 Lions fans are in Brisbane for the first Test against the Wallabies
Lions captain Sam Warburton leads his side out at the Suncorp Stadium; the 52,000-seater arena is full to capacity
The Lions line up in front of a mass of red and gold. Eight Welshman, four Irishman and three Englishman start for the the tourists with Brian O'Driscoll returning to the city where he made his Lions debut in 2001 - this is his fourth tour
It's a bad start for the Wallabies as debutant centre Christian Lealiifano is taken out of the match in a clash with opposite number Jonathan Davies within the first minute. Things don't get any better for the Aussies as James O'Connor misses two early penalties
But it's the Wallabies who get the first score on the board, scrum-half Will Genia taps and goes from inside his 22, breaks halfway down the pitch and releases Israel Folau with a grubber kick to make the line
The Lions aren't behind for long - Wales' Leigh Halfpenny pulls three points back with a penalty before compatriot George North picks up a high ball and powers through the Australian defence to the line. Halfpenny converts and adds another penalty soon afterwards to give the tourists a 13-7 lead
North thinks he's scored another try as the 21-year-old makes the corner - but the TMO rules his arm made contact with the touchline before the ball was grounded
Former rugby league and Aussies Rules star Folau waltzes through the Lions defence for the second try of his debut. O'Connor isn't having as great a time as the young fly-half misses the conversion to leaves the Lions in front
Lions scrum-half Mike Phillips duels with opposite number Genia and Wallabies number eight Wycliff Palu as the Lions look to gain control in midfield - it's 13-12 to the Lions at the break after Halfpenny misses a kick for only the second time on tour
Australia - who have also lost Berrick Barnes to injury - see Pat McCabe incapacitated shortly after half-time. They're forced to move flanker Michael Hooper into the centres and Lions wing Alex Cuthbert takes advantage, bursting through a hole in the Wallabies' defence to extend his side's lead
It becomes a kicking duel as the second half progresses: O'Connor finally gets on the board and Kurtley Beale - restored to the Wallabies set-up and on for the injured Barnes - also slots home, before Halfpenny fires a penalty between the posts to restore a five-point Lions lead
Beale takes Australia back to within two points with another penalty, but then misses a seemingly easy chance on 73 minutes. He's afforded another opportunity to win the match with two minutes to go, but slips as he kicks from long range to hand the Lions the victory
The Lions celebrate going one up in the series - they remain undefeated in all eight Test matches they have played in Brisbane, dating back to 1899