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Wednesday, December 07, 2022

Puma will go with change against the All Blacks

Los Pumas’ Australian coach, Michael Cheeca, laid down three modifications regarding the starting team, which had clearly defeated the Aussies two weeks earlier (48–17).

At forwards, prop Joel Sclawy will replace Francisco Gómez Codela, who will be sidelined for the rest of the competition after surgery for Pubalgia, and Tucumán’s Matias Orlando will return three quarters, replacing the injured Jeronimo de la Fuente, and Juan. Lucio Cinti for Imhoff, who didn’t travel to New Zealand.

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The Cougar All Blacks will line up against Juan Cruz Mallia; Lucio Cinti, Matthias Moroni, Matthias Orlando and Emiliano Boffelli; James Carreras and Gonzalo Bertranou; Paul Matera, Mark Kramer and John Martin Gonzalez; Thomas Lavanini and Matthias Germanano; Joel Sclavey, Julian Montoya (Captain) and Thomas Gallo.

The bench of substitutes will be made up of Santiago Sosino, Meco Vivas, Eduardo Bello, Guido Petti, Santiago Grondona, Tomas Cubelli, Tomas Albornoz and Santiago Cordero.

The Argentina and New Zealand teams will meet next Saturday at 4.45 (Buenos Aires time) at the Oraganthri Stadium in the city of Christchurch, the match valid for the third date of the Rugby Championship tournament.

Argentina is at the top of the Rugby Championship standings with Australia on five points, while South Africa and New Zealand have four.

The “Albiceleste” team fell from 41 to 26 on their debut against Australia in Mendoza, and a week later they beat the Wallabies 48 to 17 in San Juan.

Following Saturday’s match, the Puma will face the All Blacks again in Hamilton on Saturday, 3 September, and will finally face South Africa, the current world champions, on the 17th of the same month in Buenos Aires (Vélez Sarsfield Ground) and 24. September in Durban.

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Los Pumas’ Australian coach, Michael Cheeca, laid down three modifications regarding the starting team, which had clearly defeated the Aussies two weeks earlier (48–17).

At forwards, prop Joel Sclawy will replace Francisco Gómez Codela, who will be sidelined for the rest of the competition after surgery for Pubalgia, and Tucumán’s Matias Orlando will return three quarters, replacing the injured Jeronimo de la Fuente, and Juan. Lucio Cinti for Imhoff, who didn’t travel to New Zealand.

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The Cougar All Blacks will line up against Juan Cruz Mallia; Lucio Cinti, Matthias Moroni, Matthias Orlando and Emiliano Boffelli; James Carreras and Gonzalo Bertranou; Paul Matera, Mark Kramer and John Martin Gonzalez; Thomas Lavanini and Matthias Germanano; Joel Sclavey, Julian Montoya (Captain) and Thomas Gallo.

The bench of substitutes will be made up of Santiago Sosino, Meco Vivas, Eduardo Bello, Guido Petti, Santiago Grondona, Tomas Cubelli, Tomas Albornoz and Santiago Cordero.

The Argentina and New Zealand teams will meet next Saturday at 4.45 (Buenos Aires time) at the Oraganthri Stadium in the city of Christchurch, the match valid for the third date of the Rugby Championship tournament.

Argentina is at the top of the Rugby Championship standings with Australia on five points, while South Africa and New Zealand have four.

The “Albiceleste” team fell from 41 to 26 on their debut against Australia in Mendoza, and a week later they defeated the Wallabies 48 to 17 in San Juan.

Following Saturday’s match, the Puma will face the All Blacks again in Hamilton on Saturday, 3 September, and will finally face South Africa, the current world champions, on the 17th of the same month in Buenos Aires (Vélez Sarsfield Ground) and 24. September in Durban.

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