Who will finish with the wooden spoon for season 2013?Where: Estadio Gigante de Arroyito
When: 22.40 (GMT)
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Australia’s hopes of shocking the Springboks last weekend unravelled with another slow start in Newlands, falling behind 20-3 in the opening 20 minutes.
They looked better after the break (they drew the second half 5-all), with Will Genia a catalyst for the improved Wallabies play.
The star halfback impressed after coming off the bench for the final 40 minutes and he gets his chance against Argentina from the start after being named in the No.9 jersey for the first time since he captained Australia against South Africa in Brisbane.
The winless Pumas have been dealt a late blow with the loss of powerhouse prop Juan Figallo, a key plank in their impressive scrum, but the South Americans are still slight favourites to claim a breakthrough triumph.
They have impressed on home soil, pushing the Springboks early in the tournement and then the All Blacks last weekend and both those sides are a clear level (or two) above the Wallabies at present.
Roared on by a raucous Rosario crowd, lasers and all, Los Pumas will seemingly never get a better chance of ending their winless run in The Rugby Championship.
Argentina and Australia teams for a Rugby Championship Test at in Rosario.
Juan Martin Hernandez; Horacio Agulla, Marcelo Bosch, Felipe Contepomi, Juan Imhoff; Nicolas Sanchez, Martin Landajo; Juan Manuel Leguizamon, Pablo Matera, Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe (capt); Patricio Albacete, Julio Farias Cabello;Juan Pablo Orlandi, Eusebio Guinazu, Marcos Ayerza
Replacements: Agustin Creevy, Nahuel Lobo, Matias Diaz, Manuel Carizza, Benjamin Macome, Tomas Cubelli, Santiago Fernandez, Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino
Coach: Santiago Phelan
Head-to-head record between Argentina and Australia before Rugby Championship Test at Estadio Gigante de Arroyito Saturday:
Argentina wins: 4
Australia wins: 15
Most points: Australia 53-7 (Brisbane, 1995)
Biggest win: Australia 53-6 (Brisbane, 2000)
Last five results
2013 Perth: AUS 14-13
2012 Rosario: AUS 25-19
2012 Gold Coast: AUS 23-19
2003 Sydney: AUS 24-8
2002 Buenos Aires: AUS 17-6