The Argentina national teamThey beat Wales 29-17 to qualify for the semi-finals Rugby World Cup 2023, an event they achieved for the third time in their history. However, the ‘Pumas’ challenge will not be easy as they will now have to deal with a formidable rival, New Zealand. Below, find the date and time of Argentina’s next match.
The two teams have met 36 times in total, with 33 wins for the Blacks, two wins for Argentina and one draw. Within the framework of the World Cup, they met three times, all of which were winners for the ‘Blacks’. The last time they met was in the 2015 World Cup with a score of 26-16.
Thus, ‘Pumas’ hopes to reduce this streak. The last time they were able to celebrate was against the Oceania natives in 2020, winning 25-15. Mind you, two years later, they celebrated by playing the visitors again in Christchurch 25-18.
Notably, the four teams that qualified for the Rugby World Cup semi-finals have already qualified for the next edition to be held in Australia in 2027. The same was true of the quarter-final losers, with Italy, Scotland, Australia and Japan finishing third in their groups.
The other highlight is the match between South Africa and England, which will take place on Saturday, October 21 at 2:00 pm (Peruvian time) at the Stade de France in Paris. In the previous event, the ‘Springboks’ pulled off a surprise and knocked out hosts France, while ‘La Rosa’ won 30-24 against ‘Fiji’.
What time does Argentina vs. New Zealand?
competition between Argentina vs. New ZealandRugby World Cup semi-final It will be held on Friday the 20th at the Stade de France in Paris. The match starts at 2:00 pm (Peruvian time and two in Argentina).
Argentina vs. New Zealand: Which channels to watch?
He Argentina vs. New Zealand It can be seen across Latin America on ESPN, Star Plus, Public TV, DirecTV, DTVGO and Mega signals. Remember that game Above all, we bring you minute-by-minute, incidents of determination. Don’t miss out.
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