The rugby world is only hours away from turning its attention to France. The 2023 World Cup, like any major sporting event, will host an opening ceremony where the host nation will present its history and attributes to the planet. It will happen this Friday ahead of the first leg of the match between the French team and New Zealand at the Stade de France located in the commune of Saint-Denis, a suburb of Paris.
The Pumas also take on England in Marseille on Saturday from 4pm. Albiceleste’s Australian coach Michael Cheika has confirmed the starting fifteen. Santiago Chocobars and Thomas Lavanini from the beginning. Thus, the Argentina team consists of Juan Cruz Mallya, Emiliano Pofelli, Lucio Cindy, Socobares, Mateo Carreras, Santiago Carreras, Gonzalo Bertrano, Juan Martin Gonzalez, Marcos Cremer, Pablo Matera, Lavanini, Matti, Matti, Matti Montoya and Tomas Gallo. With the first match of the 2019 World Cup played in Japan (which ended in a 23-21 loss against France): Lavanini, Matera, Boffelli and Creamer all reprise their starting roles.
The Pumas have historically earned prestige and the hierarchy and prestige news they have received in these earlier days, with various international experts considering the South American team as one of the favorites to go far in France.
What’s more, in a previous analysis carried out by the chain Sky Sport NZ (New Zealand, birthplace of the All Blacks) They made Argentina a semi-final against France. In breakdownA show dedicated to the world of rugby, various experts out there created a prediction game in which Argentina would beat Australia in the quarter-finals and then fall to the host nation in the semi-finals.
In these hypothetical matches, Argentina will play Fiji on October 28 for third place. For members breakdownThe All Blacks and France will headline the final on October 29.
In the show Sky Sport NZFormer All Blacks players and program panellists Mills Muliana and Jeff Wilson and Ricky Swannell give their predictions for how the qualifiers will play out and all place the Pumas as one of the semi-finalists for France 2023.
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