Argentina will be seeking to make its mark on Rugby Championship of this year after playing a disappointing game in 2017 so far.
In Argentina, the team is looking at the state of play at ahead of the Rugby Championship 2017.
Argentina is going into the Rugby Championship of 2017 on the two defeats to back of the less powerful England side; it has left them with a single win in 10 tests after the team beat South Africa 12 months back.
In spite of not recording a win against the men of Eddie Jones in the summer, the positives still exist for the team Pumas. According to the experts, it took a late try to undo the replacement of Denny Solomona in San Juan, -in-front of a youthful England, who was once pushed by the Pumas, all the way and who survived on the raucous atmosphere, which was generated by the crowd of near-capacity 29,750 in Santa Fe at Estadio CA Colon a week later.
For Argentina, Juan Martin Hernandez is on the attack
A subsequent win 45-29 over Georgia probably have increased the confidence, however, men of Daniel Hourcade will be all too aware to play a much stiffer test that anticipates them.
Jaguares all start to step up
After a not so happening debut campaign that saw the team to secure just four wins out of 15 fixtures, yielding 427 points the team Jaguares failed to start on after impressing in the competition’s early stages.
Although the position of the team has improved from 13th 10th on the overall table, still plenty of similarities can be seen in their campaign 2016 which once again hampered the team’s impact on the competition. However, positive hopes of the team are still there.