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Where to Watch New Zealand vs Argentina: The Rugby Championship 2022 Week 4 gets underway tomorrow.

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The fourth week of Rugby Championship action will get underway this weekend, with the All Blacks in dire need of a victory as they host Argentina in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Ian Foster's side have won just one of their opening three games in the tournament, and they will be looking to exact revenge on Argentina, who came out victorious when the sides met last weekend.

It could be a make-or-break game for Foster in the All Blacks hot seat, and you won't want to miss it.

Here is all of the broadcast and streaming information for New Zealand vs Argentina in Round Four of the Rugby Championship.


Will New Zealand vs Argentina be broadcast on Sky Sports?

Yes! For Rugby Union fans based in the United Kingdom or in New Zealand, Sky Sports will be the go-to destination for all Rugby Championship 2022 games this summer.

Will New Zealand vs Argentina be broadcast on SuperSport?

Yes. If you're a South Africa fan looking to keep an eye on the proceedings before the Springboks clash with Australia, then you will be able to do so on SuperSport.

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Will New Zealand vs Argentina be broadcast on StanSport?

Again, if you're an Australian fan looking to keep tabs on the two sides, then you will be able to watch the game live on StanSport.

The game will take place on Saturday, September 3rd. Kick-off is scheduled for 7:45pm local time.

All you need to know ahead of the second test between the All Blacks and the Pumas at FMG Stadium in Hamilton on Saturday, 3 September (kickoff at 7.05pm):

The All Blacks face another challenging Rugby Championship test against Argentina on Saturday, desperate to halt a three-match losing streak at home while fans go through stages of despair over the worst slump in the team's 119-year history.

New Zealand incurred losses to Ireland and France at the end of last season, then lost at home to Ireland for the first time and went on to lose that series. Then the All Blacks lost to South Africa, then for the first time at home to Argentina.

That's shifted the mood of fans from denial, anger and depression to acceptance.

In a concerning development for the team and New Zealand Rugby, fans now appear to have moved on to a new stage: cynicism. A New Zealand newspaper dubbed the team under head coach Ian Foster "Foster's Imposters", capturing the mood of many fans which soon might even lapse into ridicule.

Foster has continued to insist his team is not far away from the level of performance fans expect. But his messaging has been mixed. On one hand Foster says the All Blacks team is going through major change which will take time to achieve, but on the other he says only minor improvements are needed to reach winning form.

Foster at times has listed inexperience among the All Blacks' problems, though two members of last weekend's starting 15 against the Pumas had played more than 100 tests and four more had played more than 50.

The teams:

All Blacks: Jordie Barrett, Will Jordan, Rieko Ioane, David Havili, Caleb Clarke, Richie Mo'unga, Aaron Smith; Ardie Savea, Sam Cane (captain), Shannon Frizell, Scott Barrett, Sam Whitelock, Tyrel Lomax, Samisoni Taukei'aho, Ethan de Groot.

Reserves: Dane Coles, George Bower, Fletcher Newell, Brodie Retallick, Dalton Papali'i, Finlay Christie, Beauden Barrett, Quinn Tupaea.

Argentina: Juan Cruz Mallia, Emiliano Boffelli, Matias Moroni, Matias Orlando, Santiago Cordero, Santiago Carreras, Tomas Cubelli; Pablo Matera, Marcos Kremer, Santiago Grondona, Tomas Lavanini, Guido Petti, Joel Sclavi, Julian Montoya (captain), Thomas Gallo.

Reserves: Santiago Socino, Mayco Vivas, Eduardo Bello, Matias Alemanno, Juan Martin Gonzalez, Gonzalo Bertranou, Benjamin Urdapilleta, Lucio Cinto.


All Blacks: 1.25

Argentina: 4.20

Draw: 21.00

Match officials:

Referee: Nic Berry (Australia)

Assistant Referees: Nika Amashukeli (Georgia), Jordan Way (Australia)

TMO: Brian MacNeice (Ireland)


Argentina will come into the match fresh off defeating the All Blacks for the first time on New Zealand soil, giving them two wins from their past five encounters. The All Blacks have played the Pumas 38 times since 1976 and have won by an average of 34 points in their previous four fixtures in Hamilton.

Last five tests:

2020: All Blacks 15-25 Argentina - Bankwest Stadium, Sydney

2020: All Blacks 38-0 Argentina - McDonald Jones stadium, Newcastle

2021: All Blacks 39-0 Argentina - Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast

2021: All Blacks 36-13 Argentina - Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

2022: All Blacks 18-25 Argentina - Organgetheory Stadium, Christchurch

The Weather

It's going to be a damp and breezy evening in Hamilton with rain almost certain to be falling on FMG Stadium, with the chance of it being of the heavy kind according to the Metservice. It looks like this match will be won up-front - an area the All Blacks dominated for long periods in Christchurch last weekend.

Catching the action:

The Herald will be live blogging the test, while radio commentary is running live on Newstalk ZB, Gold Sport and on iHeartRadio.

The match is screening on Sky Sport 1 and live streaming on Sky Sport Now.

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