Chile XV comes from hitting before Uruguay XV on the previous date and tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. he will go for the victory against Brazil XV that allows you to aspire for the title of South American 4 Nations. However, in case of winning, La Roja will have to wait for the locals to beat Argentina XV on the second shift of the day.
For it, Paul lemoine, coach of the trans-Andean team, puts his hand in the team. For the defining game against Brazil XV, the entire front row will change: Javier Carrasco, Tomás Dussaillant and Matías Dittus enter in place of Gurruchaga, Bohme and Inostraza, respectively. The rest of the pack of forwards will remain the same: Clemente Saavedra and Javier Eissmann in the second row, Martín Sigren (captain), Nacho Silva and Nicolás Garafulic, in the third.
Between the backs, Marcelo Torrealba continues as scrum half, but the starter will be Santiago Videla. Consequently, Francisco Urroz will occupy the position of fullback. The centers will be Franco Velarde, who played wing against Uruguay, and Domingo Saavedra. At the tips will be Julio Blanc and Matías Garafulic.
For its part, Brazil XV, without chances, goes with changes, several positions. Wilton Rebolo will be the left prop, Lucas Abyd will be hooker and Matheus Rocha will continue as right. The second line will be the same as against Argentina XV: Gabriel Paganini and Gabriel Oliveira. In the third line appears Yan Rosetti, usually a hooker, instead of Devon Müller, Adrio Luiz of 7 and André Arruda returns from eighth.
The backs will be Douglas Rauth and Lucas Spago as a middle pair. The centers continue as always, Moisés Duque and Felipe Sancery (captain). Daniel Sancery will stop being the fullback to position himself as a wing, a position that Rober Tenorio also occupies. From 15 Laurent Bourde enters.
Source: South America Rugby.