The Rugby Championship is the annual rugby union competition contested by Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The competition is organized by SANZAR and prior to 2012 was known as the Tri Nations. The name changed in 2012 to reflect Argentina being included in the competition.
Captain Jean de Villiers insists the Boks are on the right track despite a narrow loss to a resurgent Australia.
Dan Carter will not be rushed back to into action by the All Blacks, who will give him more time to recover from a calf strain.
Australia's stand-in captain Will Genia is expected to be sidelined for up to six months after rupturing knee ligaments.
There was a glimmer of hope for the Bpoks, as New Zealand said they would wrap ace flyhalf Dan Carter in cotton wool.
The All Blacks were always confident of victory against the Pumas despite an error-riddled performance that saw them pushed right to the end.
Wallabies coach Robbie Deans was full of praise for the character his side showed in their tense victory over the Springboks in Perth.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer believes that his side's defeat to the Wallabies can be put down to a few crucial lapses in concentration.
South Africa suffered their first defeat under the guidance of Heyneke Meyer, but it also represented a record fifth loss at the hands of Australia.
Australia produced a great come-from-behind win over South Africa in Perth on Saturday, which stretched their run over the Springboks to a record five wins.
Australia made it seven wins from their last eight encounters with a thrilling 26-19 victory over South Africa in Perth on Saturday.
The Wallabies produced a convincing second-half performance to claim a hard-fought 26-19 victory over the Springboks in Perth on Saturday.
Key players came to the fore for Argentina in their Rugby Championship clash against the All Blacks in Wellington on Saturday.
All Blacks captain Richie McCaw was especially pleased with his side's second-half performance against the Pumas in difficult conditions in Wellington.
The All Blacks negotiated a passionate Pumas side and atrocious conditions to consolidate their position atop the Rugby Championship log on Saturday.
New Zealand were made to work hard for a 21-5 victory over Rugby Championship newcomers Argentina in awful conditions in Wellington.