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Scotland vs Argentina:  Rugby Date  Argentina vs Scotland Time tv info how to flow,Scotland will want to put things right this weekend as they close out their Autumn Internationals with Argentina’s Scotland vs Argentina trip to BT Murrayfield.Where Scotland vs Argentina and sports all the games, highlights and interviews to your laptop.

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Scotland will want to put things right this weekend as they close out their Autumn Internationals with Argentina’s trip to BT Murrayfield.
Blair Kinghorn replaces Tommy Seymour on the wing.Argentina have made just two changes to their team that lost to France last week with flanker Rodrigo Bruni and centre Matias Moroni coming in.
Scrum-half Martin Landajo and winger Sebastian Cancelliere feature as replacements for the first time since the Rugby Championship.Andrew Cotter: “If the Test against South Africa was the biggest of Scotland’s autumn, this meeting with Argentina is arguably the most important.

“Scotland need to deliver victory when starting as favourites, against opponents on a four-match losing streak – even if the Pumas did beat both South Africa and Australia in the Rugby Championship.

“Gregor Townsend is once again rotating players – not one man has started all four November Tests – and the big talking point is the selection of Adam Hastings at fly-half with Finn Russell at inside centre.

“It might be the way forward and it certainly screams potential for attack, but Scotland also have to show that they can, when required, marry that entertaining style with a cold and clinical edge. For a lot of supporters, winning is the greatest entertainment of all.”

Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend: “Under Mario Ledesma, Argentina delivered some outstanding performances and they were hugely impressive in their victories over South Africa and Australia in the recent Rugby Championship.

“I’m sure that they will throw everything at us to end their international season on a high note.”Allan Dell, Fraser Brown and Simon Berghan form a new front row, while Grant Gilchrist, Jamie Ritchie and Josh Strauss also come into the pack.

Blair Kinghorn replaces Tommy Seymour on the wing.Argentina have made just two changes to their team that lost to France last week with flanker Rodrigo Bruni and centre Matias Moroni coming in.

Andrew Cotter: “If the Test against South Africa was the biggest of Scotland’s autumn, this meeting with Argentina is arguably the most important.

“Scotland need to deliver victory when starting as favourites, against opponents on a four-match losing streak – even if the Pumas did beat both South Africa and Australia in the Rugby Championship.

“Gregor Townsend is once again rotating players – not one man has started all four November Tests – and the big talking point is the selection of Adam Hastings at fly-half with Finn Russell at inside centre.

“It might be the way forward and it certainly screams potential for attack, but Scotland also have to show that they can, when required, marry that entertaining style with a cold and clinical edge. For a lot of supporters, winning is the greatest entertainment of all.”

Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend: “Under Mario Ledesma, Argentina delivered some outstanding performances and they were hugely impressive in their victories over South Africa and Australia in the recent Rugby Championship.”I’m sure that they will throw everything at us to end their international season on a high note.”

The scandal, which only came to light on the eve of the final Quilter International of the November test window, gets even more bizarre after it was revealed that one of the women among those brought back by the pair was Ashley-Cooper’s sister-in-law.

It’s understood that the pair brought a group of three women – Ashley-Cooper’s sister-in-law and two of her friends – back to the team hotel in Newport in the hours after the 9-6 defeat against Australia on 10 November in Cardiff.The three women left the hotel by 10:30pm that night, but the team’s rules state that no guests are allowed at any time and after senior players including captain Michael Hooper, David Pococl, Allan Alaalatoa, Samu Kervi and Nick Phipps escalated it to Cheika, a decision was taken to ban them from selection for one Test.

Cheika only discovered the breach of protocol on the Monday of this week, when other senior players approached him after deeming their actions unacceptable given it went against their own rules.