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Wallabies not afraid of a little Argy-Bargy as TRI NATIONS CUP continues this weekend

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Australia owes Argentina a beer! But, first we need to beat them.

It will go down as one of the biggest triumphs in rugby history. For the first time in 71 years of Pumas rugby, Argentina beat the All Blacks 25-15 in Sydney last weekend, throwing the Tri Nations series wide open.

If the Wallabies have any hope in holding that cup, they will need to crack giant-killer Argentina’s brick wall defence in the first of their two Tri-Nations showdowns, this Saturday 21 November, live from 7pm AEDT on 10 and WIN Network.

While New Zealand are a nation hurting, Australia are now in the box seat to defend a title we haven’t held for almost a decade. The tournament turned into the Rugby Championships in 2012, but South Africa’s withdrawal this year has revived the Tri Nations once more and the Wallabies are in with a golden chance.

The equation is simple – beat Argentina twice, win the 2020 Tri Nations cup.

Former Wallabies coach, Michael Cheika is now in the Argentine coaching box thanks to his long relationship with head Pumas coach and former Wallabies scrum coach Mario Ledesma. Having helped Los Pumas topple the All Blacks, Cheika will now turn his attention to taking down the Wallabies.

10 Sport’s Scott Mackinnon will host the broadcast, along with the voice of rugby Gordon Bray, Wallaby legend and 10 News First sport presenter, Matt Burke and bringing you all the action direct from the sideline, will be former Wallaby Morgan Turinui.

Join the team for all the heart pumping coverage, live and free on 10, WIN Network and streaming on 10play.com.au

Australia V Argentina – Saturday, 21 November At 7pm AEDT on 10 And WIN Network. Streaming On 10play.com.au

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