Argentina vs South Africa on TV?  Start time, channel and how to watch the rugby championship match

Argentina vs South Africa on TV? Start time, channel and how to watch the rugby championship match

South Africa has traveled to Buenos Aires to face Argentina as the open, recreational rugby championship continues.

The Springboks pulled off a satisfying win against Australia in Sydney last time and look to continue an encouraging game as Jacques Nienaber believes the unchanged team will go again.

Argentina were brought down to earth by the All Blacks dominating Hamilton two weeks ago, a week after Team Michael Cheika’s historic win in New Zealand. Cheika will know that his team will need to play better when they return. to home action.

New Zealand are now top of the Rugby Championship standings after a controversial win over Australia on Thursday.

Here’s everything you need to know before playing.

When Argentina vs South Africa?

The match between Argentina and South Africa will begin on Saturday, September 17 at 20:10 Moscow time at the Libertadores de America Stadium in Avellaneda, Buenos Aires.

How can I watch it?

Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the Rugby Championship game live on Sky Sports Arena from 20:00 Moscow time. Subscribers can stream the game through the Sky Go app.

Team news

Argentina made seven substitutions in a squad heavily beaten by New Zealand two weeks ago. Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro and Eduardo Bello form the new supporting pair, while Matias Alemanno and Juan Martín González return to the start in the second and back rows respectively. Gonzalo Bertranou replaces Tomas Cubelli in scrum half, again in the form of Jeronimo de la Fuente returns to midfield with Lucio Cinti starting on the flank. Assuming a prostitute is used from the bench, Agustín Creevy will surpass Nicolas Sanchez to become the highest scoring Argentine player of all time.

The starting line-up for the South African national team has not changed since the victory in Sydney. Janan Moody, who scored on the debut of that win in Australia, gets a second game for the wing, while Damian Willems continues to play in the semi-finals and Elton Junjis is sent home on disciplinary reasons. Faf de Klerk is back on the bench alongside André Oesterhuizen and Elrig Lowe, with Jacques Ninaber again favoring the traditional 5-3 split among his substitutions.

Confirmed Lineups

Argentina XV (1-15): Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, Julian Montoya (captain), Eduardo Bello; Matthias Alemanno, Thomas Lavanini; Juan Martin Gonzalez, Marcos Kremer, Pablo Matera; Gonzalo Bertrand, Santiago Carreras; Lucio Sinti, Matias Orlando, Jeronimo de la Fuente, Emiliano Boffelli; Juan Cruz Mallia

Subs: Agustin Creevy, Thomas Gallo, Joel Sclavy, Guido Petty, Rodrigo Bruni, Thomas Cubelli, Benjamin Urdapilleta.

South Africa XV (1-15): Stephen Kitschoff, Malcolm Marks, Frans Malherbe; Eben Ezebet, Loud de Jager; Sia Kolisi (captain), Franco Mostert, Jasper Wiese; Jayden Hendrix, Damian Willems; Macazol Mapimpi, Damian de Allende, Jesse Kriel, Kanan Moody; Willie Le Roux.

Substitutions: Deon Fury, Oks Nche, Trevor Nyakane, Elrig Lowe, Quagga Smith, Faf de Klerk, Frans Stein, Andre Esterhuizen

Chances

Argentina win 3/1

Draw 33/1

South Africa wins 4/11

Forecast

If Argentina put up the same kind of defensive play they did in Hamilton against the All Blacks, it could be tough for South Africa, but the Springboks will rejoice in their chances to outplay their hosts offensively. South Africa to win ten points.

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