Cully's report card
Our very own Paul Cully has cast his eye over the Wallabies' short season.
Here’s how he believe the Australians are poised prior to tonight’s clash.
Has Hodge finally found his position?
Having done an admirable job at five-eighth in the last two Tests, Reece Hodge has shifted to fullback to accomodate the return of James O'Connor.
Reece Hodge was shattered at fulltime in Newcastle.Credit:Stuart Walmsley/Rugby AU
But Wallabies coach Dave Rennie believes the versatile Rebels star may have finally found his right position – and it's not fullback.
Final teams are in
Here are the two teams that will square off in 20 minutes time.
Hunter Paisami's remarkable rise
Hunter Paisami and Harry Wilson will become just the second and third Wallabies to play in every Test in the same year they made their Super Rugby debut tonight.
Hunter Paisami has come a long way in 12 months.Credit:Stuart Walmsley/Rugby Australia
Paisami's journey to the top of Australian rugby has been far from smooth sailing.
The controversy that's consumed Argentina
There's been a bit happening in Argentinian rugby this week.
The Argentina Rugby Union rocked the Pumas on Tuesday when they dropped a bombshell statement which revealed Pablo Matera had been sacked as captain for racist, xenophobic tweets.
Pumas captain Pablo Matera. Credit:Getty Images
Guiddo Pettit and Santiago Socino were also stood down.
While none of the trio will play tonight, Matera has since been reinstated as skipper.
Here’s the latest on the saga which is sure to have the Pumas come out firing.
It's been a 309 day season but the end has arrived
Hello and welcome to the Herald's live coverage of the final Wallabies Test of the year.
The Australians face Argentina at Bankwest Stadium tonight – 309 days since the Super Rugby season kicked off when the Brumbies beat the Reds.
Sam Phillips here in the chair with you.
Keep it on this page for instant updates, highlights, reaction and everything in between.
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