Rugby Championship: Australia make changes to face Argentina

Australia have removed harlot Tatafu Polota-Nau among 3 changes for Saturday’s Rugby Championship compare opposite Argentina.

Polota-Nau, 29, has been brought in to assistance opposite a Pumas’ pushing brazen play while Peter Betham and Ben McCalman also start.

Argentina have also done 3 changes with Juan Imhoff, Manuel Montero and rookie Matias Alemanno entrance in.

The Wallabies have not mislaid to Argentina in 8 Tests over 17 years.

Australia are third in a four-team championship with 6 points from 3 games, while Argentina are bottom with dual points.

Australia:

Folau, Betham, Kuridrani, Toomua, Horne, Foley, Phipps, McCalman, Hooper (capt), Fardy, Simmons, Carter, Kepu, Polota-Nau, Slipper. Replacements: Hanson, Cowan, Alexander, Horwill, Higginbotham, Hodgson, White, Beale.

Argentina:

Tuculet, Imhoff, Bosch, Hernandez, Montero, Sanchez, Landajo, Senatore, Leguizamon, Lobbe, Alemanno, Galarza, Herrera, Creevy (capt), Ayerza. Replacements: Cortese, Postiglioni, Chaparro, Macome, Baez, Cubelli, De la Fuente, Amorosino.

Article source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/rugby-union/29153160

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