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.
Coach Heyneke Meyer gave the Boks a few days to 're-charge' the batteries, before pushing them very hard.
Having already given South Africa a fright, Argentina are determined to prove their are not just home town performers.
The Australia media seems ready to write his rugby obit, but Wallaby coach Robbie Deans is not writing Quade Cooper off.
The Springboks have arrived in Perth on Sunday, determined to end a four-match losing streak against the Wallabies.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer knows that his side travel to Australasia as underdogs for what will be the sternest test of his coaching tenure yet.
New Springbok squad member Duane Vermeulen has been hard at work in an attempt to reach full fitness before leaving for Australia.
Springbok forwards coach Johann van Graan has come out in defence of South Africa's much-maligned game plan.
Waratahs prop Paddy Ryan and Western Force wing Nick Cummins have been added to the Wallabies training group.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has the full support of his players, despite widespread criticism of his coaching style and game plan.
Former Springbok captain Bob Skinstad has described as 'pathetic journalism' newspaper reports claiming he called Heyneke Meyer a dictator.
The Springboks' flat performance in Mendoza demanded decisive action from Heyneke Meyer, but despite the new faces how much will actually change?
WP No.8 Duane Vermeulen and Cheetahs flyhalf Johan Goosen are the two uncapped players that have been added to the Springbok squad
Wallaby flyhalf Quade Cooper has been given the all-clear to play their next Rugby Championship match against South Africa despite a small fracture.
All Black coach Steve Hansen has sprung to the defence of his Wallabies rival Robbie Deans, who is under mounting pressure.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer is not about to throw the baby out with the bath water, despite emotional outbursts from the public and media.