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sport news Cheika says Simmons will line up for Wallabies v Argentina

Argentina have made four changes to their starting XV for the Australia match Meanwhile, the Wallabies have made just one for Saturday's test match Rob Simmons will line up for alongside Adam Coleman in the second row

By Associated Press Reporter

Published: 08:57 BST, 14 September 2017 | Updated: 09:00 BST, 14 September 2017

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Still searching for victory in the 2017 Rugby Championship, Argentina have made four changes to their starting XV and the Wallabies just one for Saturday's test match in Australia's capital.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika on Thursday said Rob Simmons would line up for his 75th test cap alongside Adam Coleman in the second row, with Rory Arnold cut from the squad.

'Rory's work-rate needs to be higher,' Cheika said. 'Consistency is king. We've had some good leads but we haven't been able to be consistent through the games and I want to make sure that every player knows that.'

Rob Simmons will line up for his 75th Australia test cap on Saturday against Argentina

Rob Simmons will line up for his 75th Australia test cap on Saturday against Argentina

Rory Arnold has been cut from Australia's squad for the test match in the country's capital

Rory Arnold has been cut from Australia's squad for the test match in the country's capital

HOW DO THE TEAMS LINE UP? 

Australia: Israel Folau; Henry Speight; Tevita Kuridrani; Kurtley Beale; Reece Hodge; Bernard Foley; Will Genia; Sean McMahon; Michael Hooper (captain); Ned Hanigan; Adam Coleman; Rob Simmons; Sekope Kepu; Tatafu Polota-Nau; Scott Sio

Reserves: Jordan Uelese; Tom Robertson; Allan Alaalatoa; Izack Rodda; Jack Dempsey; Nick Phipps; Samu Kerevi; Marika Koroibete

Argentina: Emiliano Boffelli; Matias Moroni; Matias Orlando;

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