Pumas will undergo six changes to play against New Zealand

Pumas will undergo six changes to play against New Zealand

The Argentine rugby team, Los Pumas, will present six variants to play next Saturday against New Zealand, in the Australian city of Brisbane and start at 7, in the fourth date of the rugby tournament, highlighting the entry of Santiago Carreras to the injured Nicholas. Sanchez, as announced today by his coach Mario Ledesma.

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In this sense and in relation to the team losing 39-0 to the All Blacks in Perth, Ledesma will make four changes between the full-back and two in the attackers, either due to injuries or for tactical reasons.

Cordovan Carreras will replace Sanchez, who has suffered a sprained ankle and will form the midfield duo with Gonzalo Bertrano, completing the changes between their backs with Lucio Cente entering for Matias Moroni, and Santiago Chocoparis for Jeronimo de la Fuente. and Emiliano Bovelli by Bautista Delgi.

In the attackers package, the variables regarding the Perth match will be the entry of Juan Martin Gonzalez by Rodrigo Bruni and Thomas Lavanini via Guido Petit.

Argentina form with Juan Cruz Malia. Santiago Cordero, Lucio Sinti, Santiago Chocoparis and Emiliano Bovelli; Santiago Carreras and Gonzalo Bertrano; Pablo Matera, Marcus Cramer and Juan Martin Gonzalez; Thomas Lavigne and Matthias Alemanno; Santiago Medrano, Julian Montoya and Facundo Gigina.

The substitutes are: Santiago Socino, Carlos Muzio, Enrique Pereto, Guido Petti, Tomas Lisana, Gonzalo Garcia, Domingo Meute and Matias Moroni.

Argentina lost their three matches in the 2021 tournament, at Port Elizabeth against South Africa 12-32, 10-29 and last Sunday against New Zealand 0-39, to remain to play on Saturday for revenge against the All Blacks and both games against Australia.

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