Sunday, November 28

Argentina calls back Guido Petti and Santiago Grondona for the duel against Ireland – archyde

Guido Petti returns to the second row for Argentina

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Argentina have made three changes to the starting line-up for the upcoming game against Ireland, which will be played in Dublin this weekend.

Lucio Cinti replaces Santiago Cordero on the wing, Mateo Carreras moves from left to right. Guido Petti has overcome his injury and is returning to the second row, with Marcos Kremer moving to the flank and Pablo Matera in eighth and Facundo Isa on the bench.

Matera’s place at Blindside will be taken by Santiago Grondona as he will be making his first start in almost a year.

Exeter full-back Facundo Cordero could make his international debut if he comes off the bench.

“After such victories, I think you get stronger, not weaker,” said Petti.

“They will be very confident and after what happened last week they will still be a serious team.

“It is their last game before the Six Nations so they will want to finish these tests as best they can. You will be really well prepared. “

Argentina: E. Boffelli; M. Carreras, M. Moroni, J. De La Fuente, L. Cinti; S. Carreras, T. Cubelli; T. Gallo, J. Montoya (Capt), F. Gomez Kodela, G. Petti, T. Lavanini, S. Grondona, M. Kremer, P. Matera.

substitute: F Bosch, I Calles, E Bello, L Paulos, I Facundo, G Bertranou, N Sanchez, F Lamb.

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