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9dAAP

Folau stars as Wallabies down Pumas

The Wallabies have cracked their first win of the Rugby Championship, coming from behind to topple Argentina 45-20 on Saturday.

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11dAAP

Argentina change four for Wallabies

Tomas Lezana, Martin Landajo, Ramiro Moyano and Matias Orlando have been added to the starting XV for the Rugby Championship Test in Canberra.

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12dSam Bruce

Chilly Canberra could get ice cold for Wallabies

Australia host Argentina in Canberra, the teams pondering what might have been having each blown a winning position last week. The Wallabies at least got a draw in Perth, but the Pumas perhaps played better against New Zealand. Full preview here!

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14dAAP

Douglas out, Lukhan Tui in for Wallabies

Rory Arnold admits he is wary of Australia's next generation of second-rowers after coach Michael Cheika dumped Kane Douglas from his squad for Saturday's Test against Argentina to make way for another young gun.

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16dPA Sport

All Blacks show class to upstage Pumas

New Zealand maintained their 100 percent start to the Rugby Championship with a 39-22 bonus-point victory over plucky Argentina at Yarrow Stadium.

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18dBrittany Mitchell

All Blacks won't take foot off gas

The Pumas will be desperate to prove their place in the Rugby Championship, making seven changes to their squad, but with soft defence and weak set-piece expect carnage from a fast moving All Blacks that preys on loose ball and opposition errors.

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18dSam Bruce and John Goliath

How are Rugby Championship teams faring?

The Rugby Championship resumes this weekend with the All Blacks and Springboks looking to continue their unbeaten start to the tournament. But how are they, and the Wallabies and Pumas, really travelling?

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19dCraig Dowd

Pumas' reputation at stake against All Blacks

Argentina need to put on a good performance when they play the All Blacks on Saturday. If they can't get up for this Test, there are bound to be questions asked about why they are a part of the Rugby Championship at all -- Craig Dowd writes.

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39dHuw Richards

Rugby Championship by the numbers

As Season 22 of the Southern Hemisphere competition begins, here is the Rugby Championship (and its Tri-Nations predecessor) in numbers.

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39dKweséESPN

Coetzee makes three changes for Argentina clash

Uzair Cassiem will start at No 8 for the Springboks in their Rugby Championship opener against Argentina at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

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61dCraig Dowd

Law changes should provide speedier, simpler rugby - Dowd

World Rugby should be applauded for its looming law changes with the amendments set to simplify and speed up the game, which is a huge positive for referees and fans alike -- Craig Dowd writes.

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92dESPN Staff

Moyano hat trick helps Pumas beat Georgia

Ramiro Moyano scored a hat trick as Argentina rounded off their June programme with a 45-29 defeat of Georgia in San Salvador de Jujuy.

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99dPA Sport

Jones hails England victories in Argentina

England head coach Eddie Jones hailed "a great achievement" as his side became only the second England team to complete a series whitewash in Argentina.

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101dPA Sport

Argentina out for revenge against England

Argentina captain Agustin Creevy says his team will be out for revenge in Saturday's second Test against England at Estadio Brigadier General Estanislao Lopez in Santa Fe.

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102dESPN Staff

Jones names England side vs. Argentina

England head coach Eddie Jones has promoted centre Piers Francis and recalled Chris Robshaw to the starting line-up for Saturday's second Test against Argentina.

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103dPA Sport

England 'can go up a gear' in 2nd Test

Jonny May says that England have a couple more gears to move through as they target a 2-0 series triumph over Argentina.

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103dPA Sport

Care: Get excited about England future

Danny Care reckons head coach Eddie Jones is right to be excited about the future of English rugby after his youthful side got the better of an experienced Argentina in the first Test.

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105dPA Sport

Gustard backs Solomona to improve defensively

England defence coach Paul Gustard is confident rugby league convert Denny Solomona will quickly get to grips with the defensive side of the 15-man code.

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106dPA Sport

Jones: Pumas win 'one of the best team efforts'

Eddie Jones described it as one of the best team efforts he has been associated with after England snatched victory from the jaws of defeat against Argentina in San Juan.

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107dIsaac Robinson

Solomona snatches dramatic win for England

A dramatic last-minute score from debutant Denny Solomona secured England a 38-34 first Test victory over Argentina in San Juan.

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108dPA Sport

England ready for hostile reception

Coach Eddie Jones and captain Dylan Hartley insist England will not be intimidated by a hostile reception in the first Test against Argentina in San Juan on Saturday night.

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109dPA Sport

England name side to face Argentina

Sale flanker Tom Curry will become England's youngest debutant for 19 years when he wins his first cap against Argentina on Saturday.

2015 RankingsRugby World Cup

  • ARG3rd
    TRIES SCORED 1st New Zealand : 25 Tries Scored
    NZ1st
    22
    25
  • ARG3rd
    POINTS DIFFERENCE 1st New Zealand : 125 Points Difference
    NZ1st
    109
    125