SANZAAR Member Union players and coaches rewarded for outstanding season with several World Rugby Awards.
Down to 12 men at one point Argentina were their own worst enemy at Murrayfield.
There are four changes to the starting XV that suffered a defeat to Wales in Cardiff last weekend.
World Rugby has unveiled the shortlists for the prestigious World Rugby Awards 2022, which will be presented in Monaco on Sunday, 20 November.
Wales beat Argentina 20-13 in Cardiff outscoring Pumas two tries to one.
Argentina head coach Michael Cheika has named an unchanged Pumas squad for match against Wales in Cardiff.
16 years after their last victory at Twickenham the Pumas stunned England to win 30-29.
All Blacks Win the TRC title after a big bonus point win over Wallabies in Auckland.
Anguish for the Springboks in Durban as they beat Pumas but fall short of TRC title.
Both teams make minimal changes for their last match of this year's tournament with the title on the line.
Bonus point 36-20 win in Buenos Aires puts Springboks joint top with All Blacks.
Argentina name several chnages after All Blcak defeat last round while Springboks are unchanged.
The UAR has announced that the field at Estadio Velez Sarsfield in unplayable for the fifth-round TRC clash.
New Zealand took full revenge for their previous loss to Argentina by scoring half-century of points.
New Zealand announce an unchanged starting XV while Pumas make four changes to starting XV.
A determined defensive effort and passionate commitment in Christchurch has seen Pumas defeat All Blacks 25-18.
All Blacks make minimum changes while Pumas strengthen the bench for the clash at Christchurch.
Argentina has recorded its largest win ever by beating the Wallabies 48-17 in San Juan.
James O'Connor starts at ten for Wallabies as Pumas Tweak backline for San Juan Test.
The Pumas started well in Mendoza but Wallabies score five tries to win well.