Pumas sharpen up for Wallabies

RUGBY: Argentina head coach Santiago Phelan has made two changes to the Pumas' line-up for the clash with the Wallabies in the Rugby Championship on Sunday morning.

Veteran centre Felipe Contepomi will become the most-capped Puma after he was chosen to replace Santiago Fernandez, while the other change is also in the backline with Horacio Agulla in for Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino.

Sunday's clash will be the 21st between Argentina and Australia.

Argentina has lost all five of its matches this season in the Rugby Championship, including Saturday's 33-15 loss to New Zealand.

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