Eddie Jones guys have negotiated the opening two matches with relative ease, racking up 2 bonus stage wins from the USA and Tonga.
Englands stingy defence has conceded just once in the previous three matches (USAs last-second try) and that seems set to stand them in good stead from the Pumas, who have passed the 20 point mark only twice this year.
Jones appears to have chosen his strongest 23-man team with Henry Slade Mako Vunipola and Jack Nowell returning to take their position indeed.
Argentina enter the match with just 1 win in 2019 (the 28-12 victory over Tonga past Saturday) and seem a far cry from your side which created the semi-finals at 2015. Mario Ledesma has really made a massive choice call diminishing fly-half Nicolas Sanchez from their 23-man squad for first time in 3 years, opting instead to Benjamin Urdapilleta at number 10.
Argentinas assault that has appeared so sleek over the last couple of seasons has been fairly blunt in Japan and they have reverted to their original strengths, with the forward package accounting for five of their six tries — four of these going to hooker Julian Montoya.
It is well worth noting that the forwards of England have been effective, scoring five of the 11 tries through the first two matches.
Considering those stats it seems like Jamie George is slightly overpriced at 20/1 to score first — that the Saracens superstar played against Tonga and also given the strength of Englands maul match, George could be in prime position to receive his second try of the championship.
My second bet of the sport is England to win by 11-20 points in 11/4. The Pumas have just lost by over 10 points once since the start of the year (a 46-13 loss to South Africa). Their four outcomes against England have seen them lose by 13-10-4-13, together with those two centre defeats coming from a largely second series.
The chair of england is arguably the strongest we have seen from any side in the championship and while I anticipate a close tussle, thesefinishers could come on to produce all the difference and facilitate them off from the Pumas late on.

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