The Cougars close the November window against Ireland in Dublin, on Sunday from 11am on Star +

The Cougars close the November window against Ireland in Dublin, on Sunday from 11am on Star +

The Pumas will close the November window this Sunday from 11 o’clock when measured with Ireland at Aviva Stadium from Dublin, game that you can see live by Star +, ESPN 2 (Arg) and ESPN 3 (Col / Ecu / Per / Uru / Bol / Ven / Par / Chi). Both teams have already confirmed their formations and arrive with two wins last weekend.

Mario Ledesma unveiled the team this Friday and made three modifications regarding the team that beat Italy. Guido Petti returns to the title, after recovering from the blow to the knee and will share the pair in the second row along with Tomás Lavanini.

In the third line the novelty is the admission of the young man trained in Champagnat, Santiago Grondona. The forward who entered a few minutes against Italy will take the place of Juan Martín González and will join Pablo Matera and Marcos Kremer. On the backs there is only one modification with the entry of Lucio Cinti replacing Santiago Cordero, while his brother Facundo will be on the substitute bench and could make his debut for the Argentine national team.

The Irish They come from beating nothing less than the All Blacks, but they will not have the media pair who started playing against the kiwis. With Jamison Gibson-Park and Johnny Sexton out, coach Andy Farrell opted for Munster media, Conor Murray and Joey Carbery, to start the game against Los Pumas.

James Ryan will be the captain in the absence of the aforementioned opening and between the backs there will also be more modifications with the entry of Robbie Henshaw of center and the inclusion of Robert Baloucoune by wing.


IRELAND: 1- Andrew Porter, 2- Rónan Kelleher, 3- Tadhg Furlong, 4- Iain Henderson, 5- James Ryan (c), 6- Caelan Doris, 7- Josh van der Flier, 8- Jack Conan, 9 Conor Murray, 10 – Joey Carbery, 11- James Lowe, 12- Robbie Henshaw, 13- Gary Ringrose, 14- Robert Baloucoune, 15- Hugo Keenan.

Substitutes: 16- Dan Sheehan, 17- Cian Healy, 18- Tom O’Toole, 19- Tadhg Beirne, 20- Peter O’Mahony, 21- Craig Casey, 22- Harry Byrne, 23. Keith Earls.

THE PUMAS: 1- Thomas Gallo, 2- Julián Montoya (C), 3- Francisco Gómez Kodela, 4- Guido Petti, 5- Tomás Lavanini, 6- Santiago Grondona, 7- Marcos Kremer, 8- Pablo Matera, 9- Tomás Cubelli, 10 – Santiago Carreras, 11- Mateo Carreras, 12- Jerónimo de la Fuente, 13- Matías Moroni, 14- Lucio Cinti, 15- Emiliano Boffelli.

Substitutes: 16- Facundo Bosch, 17- Ignacio Calles, 18- Eduardo Bello, 19- Lucas Paulos, 20- Facundo Isa, 21- Gonzalo Bertranou, 22- Nicolás Sánchez, 23- Facundo Cordero.

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