Match stats: It's all change for a new-look Leicester Tigers
Leicester Tigers director of rugby Richard Cockerill has changed all but one of his starting XV that lost the opening game of this season's LV= Cup campaign.
Niall Morris, who moves from full-back to the wing, is the only player to keep his place in a completely new-look Tigers side.
There are first starts of the season for Pat Phibbs at scrum-half and Fraser Balmain at prop.
Tigers have reverted to wearing lettered shirts for this fixture to reflect the club's traditional style, from the ABC front row to O at full-back.
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1 min: PENALTY (3-0) Tigers have the first chance to get points on the board as they are awarded a penalty about 30m out in front of the posts. George Ford takes his time, composes himself and slots the ball between the posts to the cheers of the Welford Road faithful.
4mins: TRY (3-7) Tigers are not in front for long as the Maori's second-row Jason Eaton blasts his way through a number of missed tackles and offloads to scrum-half Frae Wilson, who only has to dive under the posts. Willie Ripia makes no mistake with the conversion.
8mins: PENALTY (6-7) The Maori are penalised for not rolling away and Ford makes it two from two. Tigers just one point behind now after an impressive start.
12mins: PENALTY (9-7) A great cross-field kick from Ford is caught by Morris on the wing. He tries a chip-and-run but is blocked by Andre Taylor and the New Zealand full-back finds himself in the sin bin. Ford puts the penalty between the sticks.
18mins: TRY (16-7) A great move from Tigers as they spin the ball out right to Morris, who in acres of space, dives right into the corner. Referee Andrew Small hesitates for a moment to check with his touch judge before awarding the try. Ford makes the conversion look so easy.
22mins: PENALTY (19-7) A great break from Anthony Allen down the right sees him play in Morris. The Maori are penalised again at the ruck for not rolling away and Ford happily takes three more points.
30mins: TRY (26-7) Matt Smith hacks a broken ball down field from his own 22 and Adam Thompstone shows an incredible burst of pace to charge through and, with a couple more kicks of his own, picks up the ball to stroll under the posts. Ford with a simple conversion.
37mins: PENALTY (26-10) The visitors have stopped taking quick penalties now they find themselves so far behind. Ripia lines it up and it drops between the posts.
40mins: TRY (26-17) With no time left on the clock, Maori spin the ball out left from a scrum just inside Tigers' 22 and Tim Batemen gets over the line after a lovely dummy move. The conversion flies over and there's fewer than 10 points in it now going into the break after a half that Tigers have dominated.
H-T: Tigers 26 Maori 17
43mins: PENALTY (29-17) Tigers start the second half in impressive fashion and win a penalty on the Maori's 22. Ford gets his second-half points tally under way in confident style.
51mins: The Maori are penalised for a shoulder barge at the ruck and Ford has the chance to put Tigers further into the lead from just to the left of the posts. But the youngster slices his easiest kick of the night just wide of the posts.
58mins: Dan Bowden finds himself in the bin after a high tackle. Tigers are down to 14.
60mins: TRY (29-24) A lovely move from the Maori All Blacks sees them spin the ball out wide right with a huge overlap and Charlie Ngatai gets into the corner. Ripia curls a lovely conversion, which drops just over the posts. Just five points in it now.
64mins: PENALTY (32-24) It's down to 14-a-side as Jarrad Hoeata is sent to the sin bin for continuously killing the ball. Ford makes no mistake from the tee.
76mins: A strong Tigers scrum just inside the Maori All Blacks' half forces the mistake from the Maori's pack and Ford has the chance surely to put this game to bed with just minutes left on the clock. Ford takes his time as he waits for the crowd to settle, but he puts his attempt just wide. But surely Tigers can still hold on for the win.
80 mins: As the seconds tick away, the crowd begin the chants of 'Tigers' and, as the ball flies into touch, referee Small blows the whistle and Tigers register a famous win. An extremely impressive performance from a Tigers side who dominated the majority of the encounter
F-T: Tigers 32 Maori 24