Argentina make two changes to their starting team for the game against the Boks
Argentina has made two changes to their starting line for the World Championship game against the South African Spring Boks this weekend in the Northeastern city of Salta.
Both changes have been made in the backline, with centre Juan Martin Hernandez entering as the inside centre in place of Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias. Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino will be coming in the backline as the right wing for Horacio Agulla.
Coach Daniel Hourcade will be keeping the same eight forwards that impressed in Argentina’s narrow loss in Pretoria last weekend.
After their loss last weekend against the Boks, Argentina will be striving for their first win in the World Championship games.
Photo courtesy of www.dumptackle-rugbyblog.com
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