All Blacks Coach, Ian Foster is not out of the woods yet as his team prepares to face Argentina, who are still riding high from their 48-17 victory over the Wallabies two weeks ago.
With new attack coach Joe Schmidt on deck, there will be no shortage of eyes on the All Blacks’ attack when they play their first test in Christchurch since 2016.
The All Blacks will need to fire if they are to power past the Pumas and top the Rugby Championship standings.
The All Blacks have played the Pumas 33 times with the All Blacks winning 31 of those games, Argentina winning back one and a draw between the sides.
The All Blacks face Argentina at 7.45pm tonight while Australia will face South Africa at 5.30pm.
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