Wallabies captain Michael Hooper has been withdrawn from the match while David Pocock and Israel Folau have been named to make their return for the Test against Argentina on the Gold Coast.
Few players have done more for the game of rugby in Argentina than Nicolas Sanchez and his team will look to him as the inspiration for victory against Australia on the Gold Coast.
Australia got their Rugby Championship campaign back on track when they secured a hard-fought 23-18 victory over South Africa in Brisbane on Saturday.
Late news: Pete Samu has been drafted into the Wallabies starting XV after the withdrawal of David Pocock with a neck injury with Folau also a late withdrawal match.
At the conclusion of the 2015 World Cup, the names Bernard Foley and Handre Pollard were fresh in everyone’s minds now the pair are hoping to rediscover this form when they face-off this Saturday.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has named three new faces - Arnold, Paenga-Amosa and Timu -amongst a 31-man squad to face South Africa and Argentina over the next fortnight.
Beauden Barrett scored a remarkable four tries as New Zealand secured another Bledisloe Cup following a 40-12 triumph over Australia at Eden Park.
Both the Wallabies and All Blacks announce changes for the Round 2 clash in Auckland due to injuries.
Is there such a thing as a talisman? Do teams struggle in the absence of key players?
A superb all-round performance by New Zealand saw them claim a deserved 38-13 win over Australia in Saturday's Rugby Championship opener in Sydney.
David Pocock returns to the Rugby Championship this year but just how influential is the Brumby backrow forward?
Super Rugby is done and dusted and now attention focuses on the Rugby Championship as the national coaches announce their extended straining squads.
Super Rugby took a break in June due to the international test window - here is a review of the action and the players who stood out ahead of The Rugby Championship later this year...
Ireland snatched victory over the Wallabies in Sydney in a pulsating match to win the deciding Test and win the Series 2-1.
Its down to the wire for the Wallabies against Ireland while the All Blacks and Springboks are chasing whitewash victories.
The Wallabies have fallen to a desperate Ireland 21-26 in another tight battle at AAMI Park in Melbourne.
The All Blacks, Springboks and Wallabies have all named their teams for the Second Tests of the June international series...
The Wallabies continue their dominance over Ireland at home by beating the number two team in the world 18-9 at Suncorp Stadium In Brisbane.
Wallabies coach Michael Cheika has named Brandon Paenga-Amosa and Caleb Timu to start in the First Test of the Ireland Series with Peter Samu on the bench.