Bok boss wary of rivals
South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer insists that his side are not taking Argentina lightly ahead of their meeting on Saturday.
Having campaigned for years to be included in an annual international tournament, the Pumas make their debut in the Southern Hemisphere's biggest tournament when they face the Springboks in Cape Town. The Argentinians have already said they are looking to cause a few upsets in the competition and Meyer is adamant that his players will not be taking their opponents for granted. "I think they are a great side and they have proven it," Meyer said. "They just beat France in the June Tests, and you don't just beat France unless you are a great side. "It is great for the competition (the inclusion of Argentina) and just like South African Super Rugby sides, they will get used to the travelling and become better with time. It is great to have a new nation in the Rugby Championship."