The All Blacks will aim to build on their recent win in Johannesburg when they take on Los Pumas in the third round of The Rugby Championship.
New Zealand ended a three-match losing streak thanks to an excellent performance against South Africa at Ellis Park, while Argentina put Australia to the sword in San Juan last time out.
Argentina are sitting at the top of the table as a result, although they’ll have to claim a first-ever win against the All Blacks on New Zealand soil this Saturday if they hope to remain there.
A loss for either side in Christchurch would leave them facing an uphill battle to win this year’s Rugby Championship, with all four sides having won one and lost one after two rounds of action.
All Blacks v Los Pumas: How can I watch the game live on TV?
The match will be aired live on Saturday, August 27th on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Arena. Coverage begins at 8.35am Irish time while the match kicks off at 8.45am.
Sky Sports can also be accessed through a NOW TV subscription.
All Blacks head coach Ian Foster has made just one change to his match-day squad, with Stephen Perofeta in line to make his debut off the bench after replacing Beauden Barrett, who misses out due to a neck injury.
New Zealand were much improved in their last outing as they beat South Africa in Johannesburg, and Foster will be hoping that consistency in his selection will produce consistency in performance.