The team led by Mario Ledesma will face the local team this Saturday from 5.45am in Argentina, in the city of Newcastle.
After defeating the All Blacks for the first time in history, 25-15 in Sydney, and cutting a streak of 32 defeats and a draw against the New Zealand national team, Los Pumas resumed training with the focus on the next match against Australia, by the Three Nations, which will be played on Saturday in the city of Newcastle, from 5.45 (Argentine time).
As is customary every Monday, the members of the National Team worked in the morning on recovery movements and exercises in the gym, and in the afternoon, they moved to the Leichardt Oval, to do a low intensity practice. Backs and forwards had their time to polish details of the defense and also of the game system.
With Emiliano Boffelli and Santiago Socino incorporated, the team led by Argentine coach Mario Ledesma is already beating what will be a new match against the locals. The last match took place on July 27, 2019 at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane and ended in a victory for the homeowners 16-10.
Then, on Saturday, November 28, Los Pumas will face New Zealand again. The game will also start at 5.45 in Argentina and will be played in the same stadium where they will meet the Wallabies. To close, they will play again with Australia, on Saturday, December 5, from the 5.45 of Argentina, at the Bankwest Stadium in Sydney.
So far, the All Blacks lead the standings with six points from three games played. They are followed by Australia, with four units in two games played, and Argentina, with the same number of points as the Wallabies, but with only one date played.