Wallabies vs Argentina

Wallabies vs Argentina : The 2019 Rugby Championship rolls into its second week, as the Wallabies and Argentina put everything on the line. This is The Roar’s guide to streaming the match live online in Australia, or watching it on TV.

Wallabies vs Argentina

The first thing you’ll need to know about this match is that it’s set to be played at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, on Saturday, July 27 with kick-off scheduled for 7:45pm (AEST).

Following defeat to South Africa in the tournament opener, Australia will be looking to make short work of Argentina who have lost their last seven internationals.

The stakes on this match are huge for the overall outcome of the Rugby Championship if either team is going to walk away with top spot when it comes to a close.

For a team looking to end a six-match losing streak, Argentina are approaching Saturday’s Rugby Championship test against Australia in Brisbane with plenty of confidence.

Buoyed by the Super Rugby success of the Jaguares, whose players make up a large majority of the squad, the Pumas will take on the Wallabies at Lang Park a week after running the All Blacks close in their tournament opener.

For a team looking to end a six-match losing streak, Argentina are approaching Saturday’s Rugby Championship test against Australia in Brisbane with plenty of confidence.

Buoyed by the Super Rugby success of the Jaguares, whose players make up a large majority of the squad, the Pumas will take on the Wallabies at Lang Park a week after running the All Blacks close in their tournament opener.

If that 20-16 defeat in Buenos Aires was an indication they could hold their own against the very best, they can also draw comfort from the fact their last win came against Australia on the Gold Coast last year.

That they gave up a 31-7 halftime lead to lose the return match on home soil a few weeks later will clearly still rankle, but coach Mario Ledesma said concentrating purely on results was not the way to progress.

If Argentina kept one eye on Australia during the opening weekend of the 2019 Rugby Championship, they have every reason to believe they can beat the Wallabies when the two sides meet on Saturday.

For a team looking to end a six-match losing streak, Argentina are approaching Saturday’s Rugby Championship test against Australia in Brisbane with plenty of confidence.

Buoyed by the Super Rugby success of the Jaguares, whose players make up a large majority of the squad, the Pumas will take on the Wallabies at Lang Park a week after running the All Blacks close in their tournament opener.

If that 20-16 defeat in Buenos Aires was an indication they could hold their own against the very best, they can also draw comfort from the fact their last win came against Australia on the Gold Coast last year.

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