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.
The All Blacks needed a late surge to secure a shaky 21-5 victory over a fiery Pumas side in a wet and windy Wellington on Saturday.
Argentina captain Juan Martin Fernandez Lobbe is excited at the challenge his side will face against New Zealand on Saturday (8.35am BST).
Australia captain Will Genia says his team will take an attacking mindset into Saturday's clash with South Africa in Perth (11.35am BST).
Stephen Moore's bid to become Australia's most-capped hooker has been put on hold after he suffered a hamstring injury.
New Zealand fly-half Dan Carter has been withdrawn from the team for Saturday's Rugby Championship Test against Argentina due to a calf strain.
Duane Vermeulen will make his South Africa debut in Saturday's Rugby Championship clash with Australia in Perth.
The All Blacks did their best to play down the role of their World Cup-winning former coach, Graham Henry, with the Pumas.
Recalled Springbok loose forward Francois Louw has called on his teammates to "stay composed" and focussed on the job at hand.
Winger Dom Shipperley is set to make his Australia debut against South Africa this weekend.
Fly-half Juan Martin Hernandez has been passed fit to return for Argentina's clash with world champions New Zealand in Wellington this weekend.
Argentina have been bolstered by the return of first choice flyhalf Juan Martin Hernandez and flank Juan Manuel Leguizamon.
Stephen Moore is to become the most capped Australian hooker, while Dominic Shipperley stands poised to be the newest Wallaby.
The injury doubt hovering over Springbok hooker Adriaan Strauss could rob South Africa of more than just another No.2.
Australia believe they are much closer to producing a big win than their two recent losses to New Zealand suggest.
The injury curse has struck another Springbok hooker, with Adriaan Strauss the latest South African No.2 to break down.