The second friendly for Los Pumas was confirmed and, although it will be against an Australian team similar to the one they faced in the 19-15 victory over Australia A Selection, this time it will have a more than important peculiarity: Mario Ledesma will already have 45 players as the ‘European’ will join the rest of the squad on Tuesday. Undoubtedly, the coupling of both groups will be key for the debut for the Three Nations against the All Blacks on November 14, at the Bankwest Stadium in Sydney.
It will be next Saturday, starting at 1 a.m. (Argentina time) at the Leichhardt Oval.
During Monday afternoon, The Pumas moved from Manly to the Darling Harbor area, in the center of Sydney, where they will continue their preparation for their first engagement with New Zealand.
It will be asemanates more than important for those led by Mario Ledesma, since that same Tuesday they will meet again with the men from Europe, which will be ending their mandatory quarantine in Norwest Sydney. In this way, the 45-player delegation will be available to train together.
In Scrum, a detailed analysis of what will be the assembly that will take place next Tuesday in Australia, with the focus on the Three Nations.
The National Team had its last day at the Sydney Academy of Sports and starting tomorrow, practices will return at the Leichhardt Oval. There will be activity on Tuesday and Thursday, while Wednesday will be a day of recovery, thinking about the friendly match to be played on Saturday, November 7, from 3 pm, also before a local union team.