Ireland are banking on the players that narrowly lost to South Africa to do the business against Argentina in Dublin on Saturday, in a Test match the hosts are labelling a 'Cup Final'.
Ireland's scrum half Conor Murray (R) runs with the ball during their rugby union match against Fiji, at Thomond Park in Limerick, Ireland, on November 17. Ireland host Argentina next, in Dublin, on Saturday.
Irish coach Declan Kidney has made just one change to the side beaten 16-12 by the Springboks a fortnight ago at Lansdowne Road, with Ulster wing Craig Gilroy rewarded with a starting place after his hat-trick against Fiji in last Saturday's non-cap international in Limerick.
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