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Ian Foster's All Blacks served up some form of redemption last week for their defeat to Argentina in 2020 - trouncing Los Pumas 39-0.
A similar victory could well send the All Blacks to the top of the world rankings this weekend.
Here's everything you need to know about the match:
When is Argentina v New Zealand? What time is kick-off?
Argentina v New Zealand takes place on Saturday, September 18, at Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane. The match kicks off at 11.05am UK time.
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What TV channel is Argentina v New Zealand on? What about live streaming?
For viewers in the UK, Argentina v New Zealand will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Arena , with coverage beginning at 10.20am on Arena. Sky Sports customers are able to live stream the coverage via the Sky Go app or online.
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What's the Argentina v New Zealand team news?
The Pumas make eight changes — two positional — in the starting XV, including a new first-five, centres and wing.
New Zealand v Argentina UK kick-off time, TV channel, live stream info and team news
Here's everything you need to know about this weekend's Rugby Championship clash between the All Blacks and Los Pumas, including how to watch the match and referee detailsThe All Blacks have raced out the blocks so far, retaining the Bledisloe Cup courtesy of two bonus-point wins over Australia, but will face a different challenge against the Pumas in Queensland.
The No 10 is Santiago Carreras and the centres are Santiago Chocobares, making his first start, and Lucio Cinti, a Tokyo Olympics sevens medalist. Nicolas Sanchez sprained his left ankle in his Pumas-record 90th appearance, Jeronimo de la Fuente tore his left thigh adductor, and Matias Moroni was dropped to the reserves.
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Santiago Cordero is moved from the left wing to the right and Emiliano Boffelli brought in for Bautista Delguy.
Pablo Matera moves to No 8 after Rodrigo Bruni hurt his shoulder, flanker Juan Martin Gonzalez Samso comes off the bench to make his first Test start, and Tomas Lavanini swaps in for Guido Petti.
The All Blacks will field an entirely new starting forward pack, including Savea on the openside flank. Veteran loosehead prop Joe Moody will start a Test for the first time this season after recovering from a foot injury and coming off the bench last weekend. He combines with hooker Samisoni Taukei'aho and prop Tyrel Lomax in a new front row.
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Tupou Vaa'i and Patrick Tuipuloto will combine in the second row while Savea, who missed last week's match with a head injury, joins Ethan Blackadder and Hoskins Sotutu in the second row.
Scotland-born halfback Finlay Christie has been named on the bench alongside Barrett and hooker Codie Taylor, who also returns from a minor head injury.
Argentina: Juan Cruz Mallia; Santiago Cordero, Lucio Cinti, Santiago Chocabores, Emiliano Boffelli; Santiago Carreras, Gonzalo Bertranou; Facundo Gigena, Julian Montoya (c), Santiago Medrano, Matias Alemanno, Tomas Lavanini, Juan Martin Gonzalez Samso, Marcos Kremer, Pablo Matera.
Reserves: Santiago Socino, Carlos Muzzio, Enrique Pieretto, Guido Petti, Tomas Lezana, Gonzalo Garcia, Domingo Miotti, Matias Moroni.
All Blacks: Jordie Barrett; Will Jordan, Rieko Ioane, Quinn Tupaea, George Bridge; Damian McKenzie, T.J. Perenara; Joe Moody, Samisoni Taukei'aho, Tyrel Lomax, Patrick Tuipulotu, Tupou Vaa'i, Ethan Blackadder, Ardie Savea (c), Hoskins Sotutu.
Reps: Codie Taylor, George Bower, Ofa Tuungafasi, Scott Barrett, Luke Jacobson, Finlay Christie, Beauden Barrett, Braydon Ennor.
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Who is the Argentina v New Zealand referee?
South Africa's Jaco Peyper has been appointed the match referee.
The assistants are Australian's Nic Berry and Jordan Way.
Australia's Damon Murphy will be the TMO.
What have the coaches said?
Argentina head coach Mario Ledesma: "Some changes are required and others are combinations of players that we wanted to see."
"We wanted to see Santiago Carreras starting and we wanted to see the Cinti-Chocobares duo, the same as Lavanini-Alemanno (at lock).
"We have to find the balance between testing players and bringing the game plan we want to the pitch."
New Zealand head coach Ian Foster: "With five Tests in a row and a six-day turnaround between these two Argentinian Tests we were always going to make some selection changes."
"Five Tests in a row demanded that.
"But the good thing is that we have a group that has been focusing on the same opposition for the last two weeks, so our preparation time hasn't been compromised. We are expecting a huge response from Argentina and we have to make sure we are prepared for that because we know what a wounded beast is like."
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