South Africa has little time to rest from its famous straight win over the Lions as the rugby championship will start on Saturday.
South Africa (Springboks) will play against Argentina at Emirates Airline Park on Saturday, 29 July 2023, to build on the momentum of those victories against the Lions.
However, Argentina is also entering the Rugby Championship 2023 with an impressive structure; They won a two-test series over Wales - who were, honestly, missing a few central members at the Principality Stadium in July.
Argentina VS South Africa will start on Saturday, 29 July 2023
The Rugby Championship match between Argentina VS Springboks will kick off at 08.05 pm GMT.
Sky Sports Action and Super Sports show the game live, and you can watch the Argentina VS Springboks match fully in HD at Watconlinerugby.net.
South Africa starting XV: J Wiese, K Smith, S Kolisi (c), L de Jager, E Etzebeth, W Louw, J Dweba, O Nche, C Reinach; E Jantjies, D Willemse; S Nkosi, A Fassi; F Steyn, J Kriel.
Replacements: M Steyn, H Jantjies, D du Preez, M van Staden, M Orie, V Koch, T Nyakane, M Marx.
Argentina starting XV: R Bruni, F Isa, P Matera, M Kremer, G Petti, F Gomez Kodela, J Montoya (c), N Tetaz Chaparro, F Ezcurra; N Sanchez, M Moroni; J De La Fuente, S Chocobares, B Delguy, S Carreras.
Replacements: S Cancelliere, D Miotti, G Bertranou, S Medrano, M Alemanno, T Lavanini, C Muzzio, F Bosch.