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[['''''''''LIVE@STREAM!!TV''''']] South Africa vs Argentina Live Stream on 24 September 2022



South Africa vs Argentina LIVE: Reaction as Springboks win in Rugby Championship


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South Africa vs Argentina LIVE: Rugby Championship build-up and updates as title decided in Durban



South Africa host Argentina in their final Rugby Championship match with everything still to play for with all four teams able to take the trophy. New Zealand sit on top of the table on points difference but South Africa closely follow them with Argentina and Australia on the chase.



Last week the Springboks beat Argentina in their own back yard 36-20 and they will be hoping to get the same result at home. A concern for South Africa comes in their lack of a fly-half with Handre Pollard injured, Damian Willemse concussed and Elton Janjties out due to mental health reasons.



“It would have been nice to pick Elton, but mental health is a big thing,” said Nienaber. “There would have been too much external pressure on him and from a perspective of humanity, it would have been unfair to bring him back. Elton would have been under too much pressure, and with us the human side comes first.”



South Africa rugby host Argentina rugby in their final Rugby Championship match with everything still to play for. Heading into the final round, New Zealand sat on top of the table on points difference as South Africa closely followed them with Argentina and Australia on the chase.



The All Blacks’ big 40-14 victory over Wallabies earlier on Saturday means that the Springboks must win by 40 points to snatch the title away from New Zealand.



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Last week the Springboks beat Argentina in their own back yard 36-20 and they will be hoping for an even bigger win at home. A concern for South Africa comes in their lack of a fly-half with Handre Pollard injured, Damian Willemse concussed and Elton Janjties out due to mental health reasons.



South Africa host Argentina in their final Rugby Championship match with everything still to play for. Heading into the final round, New Zealand sat on top of the table on points difference as South Africa closely followed them with Argentina and Australia on the chase.



The All Blacks’ big 40-14 victory over Wallabies earlier on Saturday means that the Springboks must win by 40 points to snatch the title away from New Zealand.



Last week the Springboks beat Argentina in their own back yard 36-20 and they will be hoping for an even bigger win at home. A concern for South Africa comes in their lack of a fly-half with Handre Pollard injured, Damian Willemse concussed and Elton Janjties out due to mental health reasons.



“It would have been nice to pick Elton, but mental health is a big thing,” said coach Jacques Nienaber. “There would have been too much external pressure on him and from a perspective of humanity, it would have been unfair to bring him back. Elton would have been under too much pressure, and with us the human side comes first.”



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“It would have been nice to pick Elton, but mental health is a big thing,” said coach Jacques Nienaber. “There would have been too much external pressure on him and from a perspective of humanity, it would have been unfair to bring him back. Elton would have been under too much pressure, and with us the human side comes first.”



Springbok veteran Frans Steyn will start at outside-half for the first time in 14 years on Saturday as the South Africans remain in the hunt for the Rugby Championship title.



With one game remaining, there are just five points separating all four teams. New Zealand and South Africa are level on points, so Saturday's final day of action will be hugely consequential.



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South Africa head coach Jacques Nienaber insists that they are only thinking about winning the match against Argentina and not the amount of points they need to accrue ahead of the Rugby Championship finale.



The Springboks go into the last match of the competition level with New Zealand, but they are in second place due to a worse points difference.



Nienaber’s men have the easier task on paper with them going head-to-head with traditional strugglers Argentina, while the All Blacks host Australia.



Los Pumas have proven to be a tough nut to crack in 2022, however, as evidenced by the clash in Buenos Aires last weekend, and all South Africa’s attentions are simply on getting the job done in Durban.



South Africa secured a bonus-point win over Argentina in Buenos Aires to keep up the pressure on leaders New Zealand at the top of the Rugby Championship.



Tries from Jaden Hendrikse, Damian de Allende, a double from Malcolm Marx and a penalty try gave them victory.



South Africa controlled the first half and led 22-6 at the break before Argentina came back in the final 15 minutes, closing the gap to two points at 22-20.



But the visitors held their nerve to secure the win.



"To come here is very hard. Argentines are very passionate people and they take pride in their rugby. For us to get a bonus point was special," said Springboks captain Siya Kolisi.



"Argentina played really well, it was a great battle. It has been tough for us and we had to pull together as a group."



Argentina skipper Julian Montoya said his side paid the price for an inconsistent performance.



"The first half, we weren't where we wanted to be in terms of defence and discipline," he said.



"In the second half our attitude was much better and we kept going. But it wasn't enough.



"We have to learn from this, you have to play for 80 minutes if you want to win against the world champions."



South Africa beat Australia 24-8 on Saturday to leave the Rugby Championship title wide open after four matches.



The Springboks turned in a flawless display highlighted by a dazzling debut try for 19-year-old winger Canan Moodie, and the title is open after New Zealand's 53-3 win over Argentina earlier on Saturday.



The Wallabies will now head into their two Test Bledisloe Cup series against New Zealand with all four sides on 2-2 records after four games, with the All Blacks topping the standings by one point having netted two bonus point wins.



Coming off a strong win over the world champion Springboks a week ago in Adelaide, the Wallabies again failed to back up victory with another solid display, still yet to win back-to-back games this season.



They were down early as the Springboks capped a dominant opening nine minutes.



Damian de Allende scored under the posts with the damage doubled due to Wallabies lock Matt Philip's sinbinning for a foul.



But the Springboks saved the big celebrations for Moodie's first Test try after he soared above Marika Koroibete to take a towering Jaden Hendrikse kick and raced away to score, putting his side 12-3 clear close to halftime.



In the second half, Franco Mostert finished a sweeping team move, while winger Makazole Mapimpi completed the scoring when he crossed for a try on 72 minutes.

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