After the fourth & # 39; consecutive losses, and in the middle & # 39; very hard moment for the team due to the death of the girlfriend & # 39; Marcos Kremer, Sofia Pozzi, today at 11.30 (ESPN broadcasts 2), Los Pumas will seek victory in the mythical Murrayfield against Scotland.
The campus survived weeks of & # 39; a great sadness. After Kremer left the day tour before the duel against Ireland (was recognized that before the urgency & # 39; Kremer to return to the country, the Irish Union Rugby sent to seek the training the car of choice for patrol, and went directly to the airport), Guido soles, second regular line, formed as a wing in & # 39; tactical decision that baffled even Joe Schmidt, the coach & # 39; New Zealand & # 39; Ireland.
The performance of & # 39; soles kept in the team for the second match against France. But today he will return to his usual position and Rodrigo Bruni enters for Matías Alemanno to play in the third line. The other change Pumas will be that & # 39; Matías Moroni from Matías Orlando.
The game & # 39; Scotland Gregor Townsend confirmed fifteen starter b & # 39; nine & # 39; changes to the side that lost the week & # 39; & # 39 in advance; Edinburgh against Africa & # 39; Lower than 26-20.
The final confrontation between the Pumas and Scotland occurred in & # 39; last June, in the city & # 39; Resistencia, with the triumph of British b & # 39; 44-15. The record is 17 games, with nine & # 39; wins by Argentina and eight of the team & # 39; thistle.
Scotland: Stuart Hogg; Blair kinghorni, Huw Jones, Finn Russell and Sean Maitland; Adam Hastings and Greig Laidlaw (master); Josh Strauss, Hamish Watson and Jamie Ritchie; Jonny Gray and Grant Gilchrist; Simon Berghan, Fraser Brown and Allan Dell. coach: Gregor Townsend.
Argentina: Emiliano Boffelli; Ramiro Moyano, Matías Moroni, Jerónimo de la Fuente and Bautista Delguy; Nicolás Sánchez and Gonzalo Bertranou; Javier Ortega Desio, Rodrigo Bruni Pablo Matera (master); Guido and Tomás Lavanini soles; Santiago Medrano, Agustín Creevy and Santiago García Botta. coach: Mario Ledesma
Umpire: Willian Paul (New Zealand).
The architects & # 39; assistants: Nigel Owens (Wales) and Dan Jones (Wales).