On July 8, 2023, the All Blacks Vs Pumas will play rugby Stadium in Mendoza, Argentina. Rugby New Zealand live stream You can find all the information you need, including who is airing the 2023 Rugby Championship, by scrolling down the page to other rugby-crazy nations including the US, UK, New Zealand, South Africa, and the UK.
The nations in the southern hemisphere have never been as evenly matched due to Argentina’s rapid progress and New Zealand’s parallel collapse. It sets up an exciting 2023 Rugby Championship, with the only drawback being that there would only be three rounds in total. However, the upcoming World Cup is a huge consolation prize.
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All Blacks Vs Pumas 2023 Match Preview
Coach Ian Foster announced on Saturday that All Blacks backs Will Jordan and Leicester Fainga’anuku will miss their first Rugby Championship match against Argentina due to injury.
Jordan is battling what medical staff have described as a “migrainous condition,” while Fainga’anuku is recovering from a calf injury, therefore they will not be traveling to Mendoza for the test against the Pumas on July 8.
For the champion Crusaders, both players began last week’s Super Rugby Pacific championship game. Shaun Stevenson of the Chiefs and Tevita Mafile’o of the Hurricanes, two substitute players, will fly out with the 36-man team on Sunday.
Foster claimed that Jordan’s exclusion was precautionary after the quick fullback spent seven months on the sidelines getting help for a vertigo-causing inner ear issue.
When he returned to the field for the Crusaders in May, the 25-year-old, who has scored 21 tries in 21 tests, impressed with his form.
Foster added, “Will has been doing incredibly well, but we’ve chosen to pull him from the long-haul trip to Argentina to make sure he stays tracking that way.
“We’ve implemented this more as a preventative measure with the broader context of 2023 in mind.”
All Blacks Vs Pumas Travelling squad (Name, Age, Club, Province, Test Caps) *new cap
Codie Taylor (32, Crusaders / Canterbury, 76)
Dane Coles (36, Hurricanes / Wellington, 84)
Samisoni Taukei’aho (25, Chiefs / Waikato, 24)
Ethan de Groot (24, Highlanders / Southland, 13)
Fletcher Newell (23, Crusaders / Canterbury, 6)
Nepo Laulala (31, Blues / Counties Manukau, 45)
Ofa Tu’ungafasi (31, Blues / Northland, 50)
Tamaiti Williams (22, Crusaders / Canterbury) *
Tyrel Lomax (27, Hurricanes / Tasman, 23)
Tevita Mafile’o (25, Hurricanes / Bay of Plenty) *
Brodie Retallick (32, Chiefs / Hawkes Bay, 100)
Josh Lord (22, Chiefs / Taranaki, 2)
Samuel Whitelock (34, Crusaders / Canterbury, 143)
Scott Barrett (29, Crusaders / Taranaki, 58)
Tupou Vaa’i (23, Chiefs / Taranaki, 18)
Ardie Savea (29, Hurricanes / Wellington, 70)
Dalton Papali’i (25, Blues / Counties Manukau, 22)
Luke Jacobson (26, Chiefs / Waikato, 12)
Sam Cane (captain) (31, Chiefs / Bay of Plenty, 86)
Samipeni Finau (24, Chiefs / Waikato) *
Shannon Frizell (29, Highlanders / Tasman, 25)
Aaron Smith (34, Highlanders / Manawatu, 114)
Finlay Christie (27, Blues / Tasman, 14)
Cam Roigard (22, Hurricanes / Counties Manukau) *