Plenty of changes for Pumas to face Wallabies

The Rugby Championship
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by Beth Newman in Japan

The Pumas have rejigged their side to take on the Wallabies in their final Rugby Championship Test in Salta this weekend.

Argentina coach Mario Ledesma has made seven changes to his matchday 23 for the clash after a 35-17 loss to the All Blacks last weekend.

One of the biggest returning names is winger Ramiro Moyano.

Moyano suffered a rib injury in their last encounter with the Wallabies and missed Argentina's New Zealand Test.

Halfback Gonzalo Bertranou returns to the team as well as the Pumas look to try and relegate the Wallabies to a last-placed finish in the Rugby Championship.

Argentina has beaten both South Africa and the Wallabies in the tournament so far and a win this weekend would ensure they don't add another fourth placing to their record.

The Wallabies take on the Pumas in Salta on Saturday October 6, kicking off at 7;45pm local, Sunday 9:45am AEDT, LIVE on FOX SPORTS and Channel Ten.

TEAM

IN: Gonzalo Bertranou, Matias Orlando, Santiago Medrano, Ramiro Moyano, Juan Manuel Leguizamon, Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias, Sebastian Cancelliere

OUT: Tomas Lezana, Martin Landajo, Juan Pablo Zeiss, Gaston Cortes, Bautista Delguy, Juan Cruz Mallia, Bautista Ezcurra

Pumas to face the Wallabies

1. Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro

2. Agustin Creevy

3. Ramiro Herrera

4. Guido Petti

5. Tomas Lavanini

6. Pablo Matera

7. Marcos Kremer

8. Javier Ortega Desio

9. Gonzalo Bertranou

10. Nicolas Sanchez

11. Ramiro Moyano

12. Jeronimo De La Fuente

13. Matias Orlando

14. Matias Moroni

15. Emiliano Boffelli

Reserves

16. Julian Montoya

17. Santiago Garcia Botta

18. Santiago Medrano

19. Matias Alemanno

20. Juan Manuel Leguizamon

21. Tomas Cubelli

22. Santiago Gonzalez Iglesias

23. Sebastian Cancelliere