|Ireland vs. Argentina|
|Location: Aviva Stadium, Dublin Date: Saturday, November 10th Time: 18:30 GMT|
|Coverage: Radio commentary on BBC Radio Ulster; live text and report on the BBC Sport website.|
Rory Best will return to the captain of the Irish team on Saturday for the autumn test against Argentina at the Aviva Stadium.
Ulster's whore missed a summer tour in Australia with a torn hob, but started at Cian Healy and Tadhg Furlong in the first place.
Rob Kearney is not available, so Jordan Larmour will continue in full running after his hat trick against Italy.
Coach Joe Schmidt was remembered by Johnny Sexton, Sean O'Brien and Robbie Henshaw, who all rested last week.
Larmour, 21, retained his place in the start-up team after the veteran full back Kearney returned to training this week, with Munster's Andrew Conway providing cover on the bench.
"It's a big step, but he's been entrusting us with the last test where he came in late," said Schmidt of Larmour before his second start-up.
"Obviously he came to Twickenham in the middle and did a very good job, he came in the third test, especially against Australia, and he returned perfectly in complete opposition, and he was very well released last week, afterwards and after moving to the left wing.
"So, this versatility, this enthusiasm – it's a circle of energy from there backwards – and that is that other people are energy and we hope that we can keep it through the game and give Jordan more confidence in what it builds that is really a positive introduction in Test rugby so far. "
O'Brien, whose last appearance for Ireland was against Pumas nearly a year ago, will be in the last row with Parang Munster Peter O & # 39; Mahony and CJ Stander.
Garry Ringrose was excluded from this weekend with a hip injury, so his Leinster teammate Henshaw will be at the center of Bundee Aki's partner.
Schmidt has left many of his staff in first place for eight attempts with Italians, but he is likely to draw attention to a series of his biggest names promising a stricter test in the hands of Argentines in Dublin.
Connacht scrum-half Kieran Marmion won the fight to claim the number nine shirts in the still non-existence of Conor Murray, who has a neck injury, and Luke McGrath chose during the substitutions.
Lock Tadhg Beirne is not included in the 23rd day of the game, despite having played two matches in two matches last week in Chicago, when Iain Henderson was given the opportunity to impress in the second row, as Devin Toner is once again in reserve.
"Whatever it was, because Iain was not involved last week," Schmidt added
"Dev's minutes so far this season are much higher than Iain's, so we felt that Iain really had to give up his hand and probably play at least 50 or 60 minutes at a very good pace, and this is a real challenge for him, as we know, that this from Deve and James Ryan has proved that it is repeated this season and earlier in the year when he worked through six nations. "
Argentine coach Mario Ledesma has chosen an exclusive exclusive team, with the main team selected Jaguares by Super Rugby.
In an attempt to break the line of Ireland, the second line of Guido Petti was included in the last part of the Pumas peak, while the tested Santiago Medrano did only his second start of the test.
Scrum-half Tomas Cubelli is one of five players who remembered the starting team that started the last match of the Rugby Championship against Australia in October, when the wings Bautista Delguy also returned back.
Ledesma won two and lost four of the six matches as head coach of Pumas, since he was named in August.
Ireland: J Larmour (Leinster); K Earls (Munster), R Henshaw (Leinster), B Aki (Connacht), J Stockdale (Ulster); J Sexton (Leinster), K Marmion (Connacht); C Healy (Leinster), R Best (Ulster) (capt), T Furlong (Leinster); I Henderson (Ulster), James Ryan (Leinster); P O Mahony (Münster), S O Brien (Leinster), CJ Stander (Munster).
Replacements: S Cronin (Leinster), J McGrath (Leinster), Porter (Leinster), D Toner (Leinster), D Leavy (Leinster), Luke McGrath (Leinster), J Carbery (Munster), A Conway (Munster).
Argentina (all Jaguares, unless stated): E Boffelli; B Delguy, M Orlando, J de la Fuente, R Moyano; N Sanchez, T Cubelli; S Garcia Botta, A Creevy, S Medrano; M Alemanno, T Lavanini, P Matera (graph), G Petti, J Ortega Desio.
Replacements: J Montoya, JP Zeiss (Los Matreros), L Sordoni (Atletico del Rosario), R Bruni (San Luis), T Lezana, G Bertranou, J Diaz Bonilla, M Moroni.