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81dESPN Staff

End-of-year Tests: Team-by-team review

The end-of-year Tests offered international coaches the chance to experiment but what did we learn? Our experts have their say.

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Wallabies return to Gold Coast in 2018

The Wallabies will open their 2018 Rugby Championship home campaign in Sydney in August against New Zealand, followed by two Tests in Queensland.

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89dFiona Tomas

Ireland withstand a late Pumas fightback

Jacob Stockdale scored twice as Ireland resisted a spirited second-half fightback from Argentina to avenge their 2015 Rugby World Cup heartache with a gritty 28-19 victory and complete a clean sweep of their November campaign.

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91dCillian O Conchuir

Preview: Ireland vs. Argentina

Ireland and Joe Schmidt have waited two years for a chance at redemption following their 2015 World Cup defeat to Argentina -- this is the time to put that right.

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91dESPN Staff

Pumas look to Sanchez to torment Ireland

Ireland's tormentor-in-chief at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, Nicolas Sanchez, will once again be at fly-half as Argentina make three changes for Los Pumas' final autumn international in Dublin Saturday.

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98dESPN Staff

Italy name unchanged XV to face Pumas

Italy have named an unchanged starting XV to face Argentina, with Conor O'Shea making two changes to the Azzurri bench.

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103dESPN Staff

November Tests: Who said what

The November Test series is in full swing with Tier 1 Nations involved in six Test matches across the UK and Europe on Saturday.

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103dTom Hamilton

England with work to do despite Pumas win

It was job done for England but little more as they sealed a 21-8 victory over Argentina at Twickenham.

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104dPA Sport

Pumas coach: Argentina lack mental strength

Argentina's players have consulted psychologists to improve their mental toughness ahead of Saturday's meeting with England at Twickenham.

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105dTom Hamilton

Pressure and pace: The Pumas' plan

Argentina will attack from anywhere and everywhere at Twickenham. Tom Hamilton talks to Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe about his wonderful career, the new Argentina, memories of the World Cups and Jonny Wilkinson.

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105dSean Nevin

Argentina facing uphill battle against England

Argentina head to Twickenham woefully out of form, but England cannot afford to be complacent in their opening Test of this season's Autumn Internationals.

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105dESPN Staff

Pumas restore Hernandez at 10

Juan Martin Hernandez starts at 10 for Argentina in their first autumn international against England at Twickenham Saturday.

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108dESPN Staff

November predictions: Team-by-team guide

November offers international coaches possibly their last chance to tinker ahead of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. But how will the big 10 fare over the next month?

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106dPA Sport

May set to miss England vs. Pumas

Gloucester's Jonny May looks set to miss England's first autumn international against Argentina due to a hamstring injury, while Anthony Watson and Elliot Daly look poised to start on the wings.

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124dGreg Growden

Wallabies deserve 'thunderous applause' - Growden

It may have been an under-strength All Blacks side but where the Wallabies have previously missed the opportunity to nail a Bledisloe win, they finally seized the moment and made their trans-Tasman rivals pay -- Greg Growden writes.

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128dGreg Growden

Cheika must find Foley back-up - Growden

If anything untoward happens to Bernard Foley, Australian Rugby will find themselves floundering. That's why Wallabies coach Michael Cheika must start the search for a proper backup -- Greg Growden writes.

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135dAAP

Ledesma departs Wallabies with heavy heart

Wallabies assistant coach Mario Ledesma has paid tribute to Michael Cheika after confirming he'll return home to his native Argentina to take charge of the Jaguares Super Rugby team.

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137dGreg Growden

Pick & stick: Cohesive Wallabies salute for Cheika

Australia's most coherent performance of 2017 came after Michael Cheika at long last showed some sanity and clarity at the selection table. But the Wallabies coach must now heed the lessons from Mendoza ahead of Bledisloe III, Greg Growden writes.

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Wallaby Hodge steals Folau's thunder

Reece Hodge has hailed the Wallabies pack and star-studded backline after stealing Israel Folau's thunder with a career-first Test try-scoring double in Australia's 37-20 Rugby Championship win over Argentina.

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Wallabies edge Pumas in Mendoza

The Wallabies have sealed second place spot on the Rugby Championship table after an impressive 37-20 performance against Argentina in Mendoza.

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141dSam Bruce

Familiar finale for Wallabies in Mendoza

The Wallabies are eyeing off a second-place finish in the Rugby Championship and given their record against the Pumas in Mendoza, they appear set to finish the tournament in excellent fashion. Full match preview here!

2017 RankingsRugby Championship

  • ARG4th
    TRIES SCORED 1st New Zealand : 35 Tries Scored
    NZ1st
    10
    35
  • ARG4th
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st New Zealand : 127 Points Difference
    NZ1st
    -125
    127