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South Africa return to Rugby Championship as 2021 fixtures announced

World champs Southern Africa will go back to the Rugby Champion this year.

The Springboks will hold 2 suits versus Argentina with the staying 10 suits divide uniformly in between Australia and New Zealand.

The 2020 competition was played completely in Australia and relabelled the Tri-Nations after Southern Africa took out because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

“We just can’t play suits in Argentina presently because of the effect of the pandemic,” stated SANZAAR principal Brendan Morris.

“Nevertheless, the interesting information is that we do invite back Southern Africa to the Rugby Champion after a challenging 2020 when the pandemic made it difficult for them to take part.

“As in 2015, the Pumas will play all their suits far from house and we say thanks to them once more for their comprehending here.”

Argentina installed an amazing project in 2015, appearing of lockdown and quarantine to defeat the All Blacks for the very first time and attracting two times with the Wallabies.

The competition opens up on August 14 with the Springboks, that will be battle-hardened after their collection versus the British and Irish Lions, handling Argentina in Southern Africa.

Australia will play 3 Examinations versus New Zealand in August, starting with a suit outdoors the Rugby Champion at Eden Park on August 7 to open up the Bledisloe Mug.

They after that deal with off in Perth and Wellington on August 21 and 28 specifically as section of the competition.

2021 Rugby Championship fixtures

August 14: South Africa v Argentina

August 21: Australia v New Zealand, Argentina v South Africa

August 28: New Zealand v Australia

September 11: New Zealand v Argentina, South Africa v Australia

September 18: Argentina v New Zealand, Australia v South Africa

September 25: New Zealand v South Africa, Australia v Argentina

October 2: South Africa v New Zealand, Argentina v Australia

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