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Santiago Phelan drops three Pumas for weekend clash with Ireland

Last Updated: 23/11/12 1:55pm

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Santiago Phelan: Three changes to squad for Dublin

Santiago Phelan: Three changes to squad for Dublin

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Argentinian coach Santiago Phelan has made three changes to his squad for Saturday's international with Ireland in Dublin.

Horacio Agulla is out after suffering concussion in Saturday's 39-22 defeat to France, whilst Lucas Gonzalez Amorosino and Juan Figallo are dropped.

Fit-again Juan Martin Hernandez returns along with Santiago Fernandez and Maximiliano Bustos.

Wing Agulla had to be stretchered off after being involved in a horrible clash of heads with Maxime Mermoz.

Hernandez returns after recovering from a knock he took in the 26-12 win over Wales the previous week.

Fernandez and Bustos, who both play their club rugby in France for Montpellier, are added to the squad.

Argentina: Marcos Ayerza, Marcelo Bosch, Maximiliano Bustos, Gonzalo Camacho, Manuel Carizza, Santiago Cordero, Agustín Creevy, Tomas Cubelli, Tomas De la Vega, Julio Farias Cabello, Juan Martín Fernandez Lobbe (capt), Santiago Fernandez, Francisco Gomez Kodela, Juan Cruz Guillemain, Eusebio Guinazu, Juan Martin Hernandez, Juan Jose Imhoff, Martín Landajo, Juan Manuel Leguizamon, Tomas Leonardi, Nahuel Lobo, Manuel Montero, Bruno Postiglioni, Federico Sanchez, Leonardo Senatore, Gonzalo Tiesu, Joaquin Tuculet, Tomás Vallejos, Nicolas Vergallo

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