The All Blacks and Pumas kick-off the unprecedented double-header action on the Gold Coast and have named their match day squads.
New Zealand were ruthless on attack against a lacklustre Australian outfit in their Rugby Championship clash in Perth on Sunday, winning 38-21.
The teams for the rescheduled TRC match in Perth on Sunday 5 September have been announced by the head coaches Foster and Rennie.
SANZAAR has confirmed the rescheduled Rugby Championship kick-off times while World Rugby has announced the referee appointments.
Coach Ian Foster has named a strong squad but there are several key omissions for start of The Rugby Championship.
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South Africa cruised to a comfortable 29-10 victory over Argentina at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday to make it two wins from two in the Rugby Championship.
The Springboks and Pumas have both made changes to their match day squads as the Argentineans look to bounce back after Round #1 loss.
South Africa were rarely troubled as they cruised to a 32-12 victory over Argentina in their Rugby Championship opener at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday.
New Zealand continued their dominance over Australia by sealing an emphatic 57-22 victory in their Rugby Championship clash in Auckland on Saturday.
Following the British & Irish Lions Series the Springboks have made numerous changes while the Pumas have chosen a strong matchday squad.
Both teams scored four tries in the Bledisloe Cup opener last week but both coaches have made changes for the first TRC match.
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The Springboks arrived in Nelson Mandela Bay on Sunday with their focus set firmly on the Castle Lager Rugby Championship against Argentina, Australia and New Zealand.
The Springboks won the series in the final few minutes of the Third test in cape Town thanks to a late Morne Steyn penalty.
Both teams scored four tries but the All Blacks won the bigger moments and kicked their points to win the opening Test of the three-test series.
The All Blacks and Wallabies have announced their match day squads for the first Bledisloe Cup match at Eden Park, Auckland.
Springbok coach Jacques Nienaber has made three changes while Lions supremo Warren Gatland makes six for the final and deciding Test.
The Boks produced an impressive second half to come from behind and win the Second Test against the British & Irish Lions in Cape Town 27-9.
Both coaches have made changes for what could be the series decider with British & Irish Lions 1-0 up following First test victory.