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Thursday 2 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# IreArg

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# Job Done
Ecstatic Gilroy set for 6 Nations role after grabbing opportunity with both hands
Donnacha Ryan picked up the official man of the match award for an excellent outing at lock.
# out of 10
#IreARG: How Ireland's match-winners rated today
A host of Irish players put in fantastic shifts at Lansdowne Road as Declan Kidney’s side won 46-24.
# Schooled
3 things we learned from Ireland's trouncing of Argentina
Did anybody see a 46-24 win coming? Time to work out how to replicate it.
# IreArg
Match report: Seven-try Ireland rout Argentina
Craig Gilroy provided the backline spark for the Irish as the Pumas were blown away.
Ireland v Argentina, November Tests
We were live from the Aviva Stadium as Ireland hoped to kick-start the international season as the Pumas ended theirs.
# IreArg
November tests: Sexton backs 'terrifying' winger Gilroy to jolt Argentina
The out-half has declared himself fully fit and ready to visit another Aviva defeat on the Pumas.
# style and stats
Devil in the detail: Ireland up against new look Pumas this afternoon
Argentina have no trouble scoring tries these days after stepping up to meet improved opposition.
# November Tests
Argentina make 4 changes to starting XV ahead of Ireland clash
Pumas’ flanker Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe will captain the side at the Aviva Stadium tomorrow.
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Kidney striving to shake Argentina loose and claim rankings boost
The two sides have identical results over their past 10 games and are separated by a solitary ranking point.
# IreArg
‘I don’t feel it’: Leguizamon driven by Puma pride, not green eyes
“We know that we failed against France.” says the back row hoping to atone this weekend.
# nearly payday
Don't touch that dial... here's the sport on TV this weekend
The Argies are in town, Chelsea v Man City and plenty more besides. Who needs friends?
# Bad Blood
Old friends: 5 games that define Ireland's rivalry with Argentina
Even if the rugby hasn’t always been top drawer, these battles are never anything short of fascinating.
# IreArg
Heaslip cracks it – Play Argentina for 80 minutes or we won’t come close
The Irish captain may be on to something here.
# IreArg
November tests: McCarthy plans to replicate Bok-bashing form
‘Annoying, frustrating counter-ruckers’. Are you sure you’ve never played Argentina before Mike?
# IreArg
Computer says yes: Declan Kidney reckons Pumas will check out new guy Gilroy online
There won’t be any surprises for Argentina this weekend.
# IreArg
'It's just another game for us' says stand-in skipper Jamie Heaslip ahead of Pumas showdown
Don’t worry, Ireland. They got this.
# Forward Planning
Ayerza hoping to end landmark year on high
The Leicester prop is confident that a decent Argentinian performance this week, will bring a first ever win in Dublin.
# IreArg
November tests: The only way is up for Foley
The Ireland forwards coach has personal experience of grinding out victories over Argentina.
# IreArg
Due south: Carizza happy to wander for 'club' Argentina
After seven years in France, the second row has had to pack his bags to continue playing for the Pumas.
# November Tests
Mike Ross eager to atone for scrum slip-up against Springboks
The Leinster prop proved he was human against South Africa. He will be hoping to lift expectations when he faces Argentina.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
All you need to know this morning including how to execute bad sportsmanship.
# Grudge match
'I'm sure we're going to hop off each other at the weekend' - Keith Earls
Replacing the world-class Brian O’Driscoll may prove impossible but a starring role against Argentina won’t go astray.
# IreArg
November tests: Sexton misses training but back row set to stay intact
The Irish out-half may not train until Thursday morning.
# IreArg
In pictures: Ireland's rugby squad train ahead of Argentina clash
Declan Kidney ran the rule over his side at the team’s base in Carton House, Co Kildare earlier.