The Pumas prepare to face the last duel of the november window, on Sunday at 11am live on ESPN, ESPN 2 and Star +. For it, Mario Ledesma stopped a team on court in high intensity training in Dublin.
Although Thomas Gallo and Julián Montoya made different movements and alternated during training, both would have no problems and would start Sunday at Aviva Stadium. The right pillar would continue to be Francisco Gómez Kodela.
Guido Petti would return to the starting line, after recovering from the blow to the knee and would share the second row with Tomás Lavanini.
In the third line, the novelty would be the young man trained in Champagnat, Santiago Grondona. The forward who entered a few minutes against Italy would enter through Juan Martín González and join Pablo Matera and Marcos Kremer.
Regarding the team that beat Azzurra, there would be only one modification in the backs. Lucio Cinti, who had been performing as a center, trained as a wing in replacement of Santiago Cordero.
So the equipment that Ledesma tested was: 1- Thomas Gallo, 2- Julián Montoya, 3- Francisco Gómez Kodela, 4- Guido Petti, 5- Tomás Lavanini, 6- Pablo Matera, 7- Marcos Kremer, 8- Santiago Grondona, 9- Tomás Cubelli, 10- Santiago Carreras , 11- Mateo Carreras, 12- Jerónimo de la Fuente, 13- Matías Moroni, 14- Lucio Cinti, 15- Emiliano Boffelli