The Rugby Championship will return to the ring on Sunday, September 5 with the game pending for date 2 between New Zealand and Australia on Perth. SANZAAR announced the schedules of the rest of the matches that will have Los Pumas as protagonists before All blacks and Wallabies on Queensland.
In his debut in the 2020 Three Nations, the Argentine team defeated the All Blacks 25-15, generating everyone’s madness.
The selected team led by Mario Ledesma will play the match for date 3 of the Rugby Championship on Sunday, September 12, at 4.05 in the Argentine morning against the All Blacks. The confrontation will take place at the CBUS Super Stadium in Gold Coast. After this meeting, Australia and South Africa will face the 7.05 on the same stage.
For the following two weekends, 18 and 25 of the same month, Los Pumas’ schedules will be in second shift in Brisbane and Townsville respectively. By date 4, the Argentine team will meet again with New Zealand at 7.05 (Argentine time) and by date 5 it will do the same with the local, Australia, at the same time.
At the close of the Rugby Championship, again on the Gold Coast, Los Pumas will return to the first hour of 4.05 to end the competition against Dave Rennie’s Wallabies.
THE COMPLETE FIXTURE:
August 14: New Zealand 57-22 Australia (Eden Park, Auckland).
August 14: South Africa 32-12 Argentina (Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth).
August 21: Argentina 29-10 South Africa (Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth).
September 5, 3am (Argentine time): Australia vs New Zealand (Optus Stadium, Perth).
September 12, 4.05am (Argentine time): New Zealand vs Argentina (CBUS Super Stadium, Gold Coast).
September 12, 7.05am (Argentine time): South Africa vs Australia (CBUS Super Stadium, Gold Coast).
September 18, 4.05am (Argentine time): Australia vs South Africa (Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane).
September 18, 7.05am (Argentine time): Argentina vs New Zealand (Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane).
September 25, 4.05am (Argentine time): New Zealand vs South Africa (QLD Country Bank Stadium, Townsville).
September 25, 7.05am (Argentine time): Australia vs Argentina (QLD Country Bank Stadium, Townsville).
October 2, 4.05am (Argentine time): Argentina v Australia (CBUS Stadium, Gold Coast).
October 2, 7.05am (Argentine time): South Africa vs New Zealand (CBUS Stadium, Gold Coast).