Los Pumas bring in five

Argentina head coach Daniel Hourcade has added five new players to the squad that will be touring the Northern Hemisphere in November.

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Parisse hopes to end losing streak

Italy captain Sergio Parisse believes winning the first of a three-match Test series, against Samoa next month, is "crucial".

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Gilchrist leads Scotland again

Head coach Vern Cotter today named Edinburgh lock Grant Gilchrist as captain of a 33-man Scotland squad selected for the November Tests.
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Azzurri select a Kiwi and Fijian

New Zealand-born Kelly Haimona and Fijian Samuela Vunisa are among three uncapped players in a 30-man Italy squad.

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Wallabies on the slide; Boks rise

World Cup 2015 hosts England have moved up to third in the latest IRB world rankings as a result of Argentina's historic win over Australia.

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Wallabies an 'absolute shambles'

Pressure is building on coach Ewen McKenzie after the Wallabies' loss to Argentina was described as ill-disciplined and dispirited.

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Lasers leave Foley seeing red

While Argentina celebrated victory, Australia flyhalf Bernard Foley lashed out at laser beamers after fluffing a simple penalty in Mendoza.

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Pichot was Pumas inspiration

Argentina dedicated their first Rugby Championship victory after 16 losses and a draw over three seasons to former star Agustin Pichot.

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No excuses for Wallabies

Wallabies coach Ewen McKenzie refused to blame off-field distractions for his team's defeat to the Pumas in Mendoza.

Player ratings: Big wobble

OPINION: Jan de Koning rates the Australian players after their shocking 17-21 loss to Argentina.

Player ratings: Drought broken

OPINION: Jan de Koning rates the Argentinean players after their historic 21-17 win over Australia in Mendoza on Saturday.

Argentina break their duck

MATCH REPORT: Argentina finally secured their first Rugby Championship win, after three years of trying.

Preview: Argentina v Australia

Argentina are chasing their first win since joining the Rugby Championship and probably haven't had a better chance of victory than right now.

Wallabies dump boozy Beale

TEAM ANNOUNCEMENT: Wallaby back Kurtley Beale is under formal investigation by the Australian Rugby Union and has been dumped.

No 'baggage' for these Wallabies

Australia's build-up to their Rugby Championship Test against Argentina at Estadio Malvinas Argentinas, in Mendoza, has hit a few speedbumps.

Boozy Beale in hot water again

Kurtley Beale's Wallaby future may be in jeopardy after the playmaker was allegedly involved in an incident on a flight to South America.

Argentina forced to change

Argentina coach Daniel Hourcade has made several changes to his starting side for the final Rugby Championship Test against Australia.

Argentina seek consistency

Argentina's inexperience on the international stage has led to inconsistent performances during the Rugby Championship.