|100%||Kick Percent Success||80%|
|13||Kicks From Hand||24|
|56% / 55%||Possession 1H/2H||44% / 45%|
|52% / 56%||Territory 1H/2H||48% / 44%|
|101 / 107 (94%)||Rucks Won||80 / 81 (98%)|
|7 / 7 (100%)||Mauls Won||6 / 7 (85%)|
|0||Total Free Kicks Conceded||1|
With Rugby Australia's trophy cabinet as bare as their coffers, Wallabies captain Michael Hooper has highlighted the significance of landing the Tri Nations title.
Last week Argentina showed their passion, aggression and dominance to shock the All Blacks, this week the Wallabies will be fighting fire with fire to keep their Tri-Nations hopes alive.
One Test Wallaby Angus Bell is ready to add to his international tally as Australia prepares for their must win clash against Argentina on Saturday night in Newcastle.
The Wallabies have their eyes on Argentina's forwards ahead of this weekend's must win clash after the Pumas' pack -- especially their backrow -- dominated in their historic win over the All Blacks on Saturday night.
After 402 days of waiting, months of lockdown and weeks of quarantine, Argentina returned to the Test arena and made history, defeating the All Blacks 25-15 in a game that will be remembered for years to come.
Argentina did to the All Blacks what New Zealand so often do to their opposition. Starved them of the ball, frustrated them and forced mistakes.