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Argentina v Australia kick-off time, TV channel and live stream details

Argentina face Australia in the Tri Nations Series on Saturday on the back of a sensational 25-15 win over the All Blacks last weekend.

After stunning the rugby world in their first Test in more than a year, Los Pumas head to Newcastle to come up against the Wallabies, with Argentina coach Mario Ledesma keeping faith with his entire starting line-up.

Here’s everything you need to know about the game.

What time is Argentina v Australia kick-off?

Argentina v Australia on Saturday, November 21, kicks off at 8.45am UK time.

What TV channel is Argentina v Australia on?

Argentina v Australia is being broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Arena, with coverage beginning at 8.15am.

What about live streaming?

Sky customers can live stream the game via a number of devices with the Sky Go app, or they can stream it online.

If you’re not a Sky customer, you can buy a day pass for £9.99 or a month pass for £33.99 via NOW TV.

What’s the team news?

Argentina coach Mario Ledesma has stuck with the same starting line-up following the Pumas’ their historic first win over New Zealand in 30 rugby Test matches.

He has, however, made some changes to the bench. Santiago Socino replaces Facundo Bosch as back-up to hooker Julian Montoya while Facundo Isa has been named as back-row cover instead of Tomas Lezana.

Emiliano Boffelli replaces rookie back Lucio Cinti on the bench.

Blindside flanker Pablo Matera will again captain the side while Nicolas Sanchez retains the No. 10 shirt after scoring all of Argentina’s points against the All Blacks at Bankwest Stadium.

As for Australia, the backline remains unchanged from their 24-22 win over New Zealand earlier this month, although there are three changes to the starting side.

Experienced prop Scott Sio is recalled having missed the win over the All Blacks in Brisbane, but starts as a replacement for injured loosehead James Slipper.

Tighthead prop Taniela Tupou replaces the benched Allan Alaalatoa in a recalibrated front row, while Ned Hanigan starts at blindside flanker as Lachie Swinton is suspended.

Australia : 15. Tom Banks, 14. Tom Wright, 13. Jordan Petaia, 12. Hunter Paisami, 11. Marika Koroibete, 10. Reece Hodge, 9. Nic White, 1. Scott Sio, 2. Brandon Paenga-Amosa, 3. Taniela Tupou, 4. Rob Simmons, 5. Matt Philip, 6. Ned Hanigan, 7. Michael Hooper (capt), 8. Harry Wilson.

Replacements : 16. Folau Fainga’a, 17. Angus Bell, 18. Allan Alaalatoa, 19. Rob Valetini, 20. Liam Wright, 21. Jake Gordon, 22. Noah Lolesio, 23. Filipo Daugunu.

Argentina : 15. Santiago Carreras, 14. Bautista Delguy, 13. Matias Orlando, 12. Santiago Chocobares, 11. Juan Imhoff, 10. Nicolas Sanchez, 9. Tomas Cubelli, 1. Nahuel Tetaz Chapparo, 2. Julian Montoya, 3. Francisco Gomez Kodela, 4. Guido Petti, 5. Matias Alemanno, 6. Pablo Matera (capt), 7. Marcos Kremer, 8. Rodrigo Bruni.

Replacements : 16. Santiago Socino, 17. Mayco Vivas, 18. Santiago Medrano, 19. Santiago Grondona, 20. Facundo Isa, 21. Gonzalo Bertranou, 22. Emiliano Boffelli, 23. Santiago Cordero.

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