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New-look Lions forward pack for Jaguares clash

The Lions will have a new-look forward pack when they face the Jaguares in Buenos Aires on Saturday.

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In the front row, Dylan Smith and Malcolm Marx both drop down to the bench with Jacques van Rooyen and Robbie Coetzee taking their places in the starting side. Ruan Dreyer takes over at tighthead in place of Jacobus Adriaanse.

Marvin Orie shifts to the No. 4 jersey and he will be partnered by Franco Mostert in the second row.

There is also a new-look back row. Albertus Smith shifts to No. 8 and Robert Kruger and Cyle Brink are the two flankers in the starting side.

Marco Jansen van Vuren gets a start at scrumhalf in place of the injured Ross Cronje and Rohan Janse van Rensburg moves back to the midfield in Harold Vorster’s place.

Sylvian Mahuza returns to the right wing after a week off.

For the Jaguares, Mario Ledesma has made two changes to his starting side that were defeated by the Reds last weekend.

Felipe Arregui will start the game on the bench and Santiago García Botta will be wearing No. 1 jersey in the front row.

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In the backline, Bautista Ezcurra comes into the midfield to replace Santiago González Iglesias.

Meanwhile, Juan Martín Hernández will not be available for the game and his place on the bench will be occupied by Jerónimo de la Fuente.

JAGUARES

15. Joaquin Tuculet, 14. Bautista Delguy, 13. Matias Orlando, 12. Bautista Ezcurra, 11. Emiliano Boffelli, 10. Nicolas Sanchez, 9. Gonzalo Bertranou, 8. Javier Ortega Desio, 7. Marcos Kremer, 6. Pablo Matera (C), 5. Tomas Lavanini, 4. Matias Alemanno, 3. Nahuel Tetaz Chaparro, 2. Agustin Creevy, 1. Santiago Garcia Botta.
Replacements: 16. Julian Montoya, 17. Felipe Arregui, 18. Juan Pablo Zeiss, 19. Guido Petti, 20. Juan Manuel Leguizamon, 21. Martin Landajo, 22. Jeronimo de la Fuente, 23. Ramiro Moyano.

LIONS

15. Andries Coetzee, 14. Sylvian Mahuza, 13. Lionel Mapoe, 12. Rohan Janse van Rensburg, 11. Aphiwe Dyantyi, 10. Elton Jantjies, 9. Marco Jansen van Vuren, 8. Albertus Smith, 7. Robert Kruger, 6. Cyle Brink, 5. Franco Mostert, 4. Marvin Orie, 3. Ruan Dreyer, 2. Robbie Coetzee, 1. Jacques van Rooyen.
Replacements: 16. Malcolm Marx, 17. Dylan Smith, 18. Johannes Jonker, 19. Lourens Erasmus, 20. Len Massyn, 21. Dillon Smit, 22. Howard Mnisi, 23. Shaun Reynolds.

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sean 18 minutes ago
The bite don't match the bark

Yeah, he has a few good points… I disagree that our 7s haven't done anything, we won Bronze in 2016, and we were virtually unplayable to the backend of the “teens” winning the series. 7s is far more competitive globally than Union, so it's fair to say we haven't dominated, but we are almost always contenders. But I do agree that our national side doesn't perform nearly as well as it should between World Cups, and I do agree that our supporters can be too passionate and the opitimity of what Rugby stands against. I have said so many times. And I also believe some context needs to be taken into account with Saturday's win for Ireland. They're a really good team! Settled coaching staff, and bar a few legends retiring, they've had a full season and plenty of time together. We have some youngsters being groomed for the future, have played only 3 games now under a new coaching team with new philosophies and game plans. I'm excited by what the future of this team holds, as much as I am disappointed by the result. But unlike this article suggests, I am never going to take away from what Ireland has achieved, is achieving, and where they're heading. As a Rugby fan, I love the tight games, like the last two weekends. As a Bok Super Fan, I agree we don't perform as well as we should. And as an aside, you come play a game at 7am on our fields, bud. -2°c and frost on the field that is as hard as concrete…. Then we’ll see just how tough you are. Well done Ireland! They played well, and gave our boys a lot to think about. That's what you want from the top two teams in the world. Rugby won. The fans of this greatbsport won. A'n bullshit like this article is why Rugby is losing its identity. I don't like soccer. This article perpetuates the soccer influences the game of Rugby is starting to see. It's why Wayne Barnes retired, feared for his family, and he isn't the only ref to say so. I have called out many Bok fans for being an embarrassment to the game, and I will continue to do so. Rugbypass.com, this article is close to the same bullshit. You should be better.

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Michael 1 hours ago
All Blacks vs England takeaways: Richie Who? Time for Cortez

Cant deny Christie is a good defender, box kicks well at times, BUT he’s a second too slow passing from the ground. Roigard, Ratima and Hotham will be our 2027 halfbacks I believe DMAC has played reasonably well in both games, so deserves to keep his place - his two breaks at Eden Park should have resulted in tries. Reece was really to blame for the Taylor failure - he stayed too wide, if he had come in a couple of meters the pass from Taylor would have worked. The Perofeta failure was extraordinary, he is normally such a good distributor, failure to draw in Steward was remarkable, failure to look inside was a shocker. Cory Flynn as lineout coach… umm something a miss here. Not sure who is calling the lineouts, but clearly we miss Whitelock’s leadership. Having a disfunctional line out really underminded the AB attack. But let’s remind ourselves Itoje is a master, and their tactics of going for the arms of the jumper on landing and pulling over was brilliant causing Paddy and Scooter to both fumble the balls. I am a Blues supporter so I like Talea, but if you play him on the wrong wing look out. While he’s not the fastest wing, he’s elusive and very industrious always looking for work. However, he’s not the tallest player, and everyone knows his weakness (a) being turned in defence - he’s slow to turn and react and (b) never jumps for high balls is normally out jumped. Personally, I find Recce and Talea too alike - Razor needs to couple them with another complementary partner Clark and Narawa respectively. However, for me the real troubling challenge is our mid-field. I am sorry Barrett & Ioane are a poor combo - either Barrett & Proctor or ALB & Ioane - but having two mid-fielders who are poor distributors is nuts. Jordie had a forgettable game in truth he missed so many tackles, which to be fair is unlike him. But sadly both Barrett and Ioane chose to bash first and rarely distribute cleanly.

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