Live stream Argentina vs Australia: How to watch rugby championship online and on TV today

Australia will look to start the rugby championship with back-to-back victories when they meet Argentina in a rematch on Saturday night (kick-off 8.10pm BST) in San Juan.

Indiscipline finally threw a spanner in the works for Los Pumas last week as they squandered a 19-10 half-time advantage to suffer a 41-26 loss and their coach Michael Cheika – a former Wallabies coach – is hoping for more Consistency as they try to turn the tables around this time.

“Cheika will have them cheering,” confirmed Wallabie’s scrum half Nic White. “The emotion will be there, but we have to go back to the process of how we want to play, what our identity is.”

Australia have many selection problems including inspirational captain Michael Hooper withdrawing from the squad ahead of the first Test due to mental health issues and starting flying Quade Cooper who added to a colossal injury list by leaving with an Achilles problem last weekend . That means 32-year-old James O’Connor will start for Australia at half-time this week, with the versatile Reece Hodge providing bench coverage.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game:

When does Argentina play Australia?

The game will be played on Saturday 13 August at 8:10pm BST at the Estadio Bicentenario in San Juan, Argentina.

Where can I watch it?

The game will be streamed live on Sky Sports Action – coverage starts at 8pm. If you’re not a Sky customer, you can get one NOWTV Day Pass here watch without subscription.

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What’s new from the team?

James O’Connor and Rory Arnold will start their first Tests of the year for the Wallabies, coming in at Fly-Half and Lock respectively, while Taniela Tupou starts at Tighthead Prop and Lalakai Foketi gets the nod at Inside Center’s other changes a week ago . Australia still have a long injury list that limits their options.

Argentina also made four changes, three-fourths of which came in the back. Gonzalo Bertranou starts in the scrimmage half, Matias Moroni is preferred to Matias Orlando at wing center and Juan Imhoff is named on the left wing, meaning Emiliano Boffelli switches to the right and Santiago Cordero falls. The only change in attack sees Thomas Gallo being promoted from the bench to start in the loosehead in place of Manuel Tetaz Chaparro.

Argentina: 15 Juan Cruz Mallia 14 Emiliano Boffelli 13 Matias Moroni 12 Jeronimo De La Fuente 11 Juan Imhoff 10 Santiago Carreras 9 Gonzalo Bertranou; 1. Thomas Gallo, 2. Julian Montoya (c), 3. Francisco Gomez Kodela, 4. Matias Alemanno, 5. Tomas Lavanini, 6. Juan Martin Gonzalez, 7. Marcos Kremer, 8. Pablo Matera.

Substitute: 16 Agustin Creevy, 17 Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, 18 Joel Sclavi, 19 Facundo Isa, 20 Rodrigo Bruni, 21 Tomas Cubelli, 22 Tomas Albornoz, 23 Lucio Cinti

Australia: 15th Tom Wright, 14th Jordan Petaia, 13th Len Ikitau, 12th Lalakai Foketi, 11th Marika Koroibete, 10th James O’Connor, 9th Nic White; 1st James Slipper (c), 2nd Folau Fainga’a, 3rd Taniela Tupou, 4th Rory Arnold, 4th Darcy Swain, 6th Jed Holloway, 7th Fraser McReight, 8th Rob Valetini.

Substitute:16 Lachlan Lonergan 17 Matt Gibbon 18 Pone Fa’amausili 19 Nick Frost 20 Pete Samu 21 Tate McDermott 22 Irae Simone 23 Reece Hodge

opportunities

Argentina wins – 9/5

Tie – 19/1

Australia wins – 1/2

forecast

The Wallabies are still strewn with injuries and the lack of a top-flight fly half continues to haunt them, meaning Argentina will see a chance, but the visitors should have enough in the tank to win the competition. Argentina 24-30 Australia

Full Rugby Championship TV schedule

Saturday, 13.8

South Africa vs New Zealand – live on Sky Sports Action from 15.55 (kick-off 16.05)

Argentina vs Australia – live on Sky Sports Action from 8pm (kick-off 8.10pm)

Saturday, 08/27

Australia vs South Africa – live on Sky Sports Action (kick-off is 6:30am)

New Zealand vs Argentina – live on Sky Sports Action (kick-off is 8.45am)

Saturday, September 3rd

New Zealand vs Argentina – live on Sky Sports Action (kick-off is 8.05am)

Australia vs South Africa – live on Sky Sports Action (kick-off is 10.35am)

Thursday, 09/15

Australia vs New Zealand – live on Sky Sports Action (kick-off is 10.45am)

Saturday, 09/17

Argentina vs South Africa – live on Sky Sports Action (kick-off is 20.10)

Saturday, 09/24

New Zealand vs Australia – live on Sky Sports Action (kick-off is 8:05am)

South Africa vs Argentina – Live on Sky Sports Action (kicks off at 16:05)

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