19th November 11:30 PM
Lukhan Tui back with the Wallabies
By Lena Reece
Tuesday 12/09/2017
Queensland lock Lukhan Tui (Photo: AAP).

Queensland lock Lukhan Tui is back with the Wallabies, after an injury to veteran lock Kane Douglas.

Wallabies coach Michael Cheika showed faith in Douglas to return to the form he enjoyed in the 2015 Rugby World Cup, but the second rower hasn't been able to challenge for a Test selection.

Tui was part of the Wallabies squad in June, before a knee injury ruled him out of the initial Rugby Championship squad.

Former skipper Stephen Moore is also back in camp after the birth of his third child, with Tolu Latu dropping out of the group.

The Wallabies will face Argentina at 10pm Saturday while the All Blacks host South Africa at 7.35pm Saturday.

Wallabies squad for Argentina

Forwards
Allan Alaalatoa, 15 Tests, Brumbies
Rory Arnold, 15 Tests, Brumbies
Adam Coleman, 14 Tests, Western Force
Jack Dempsey, 2 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Tetera Faulkner, 2 Tests, Western Force
Ned Hanigan, 6 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Michael Hooper (c), 71 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Sekope Kepu, 83 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Adam Korczyk*, Queensland Reds
Sean McMahon, 18 Tests, Melbourne Rebels
Stephen Moore, 122 Tests, Queensland Reds
Tatafu Polota-Nau, 74 Tests, Western Force
Tom Robertson, 12 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Izack Rodda, 1 Test, Queensland Reds
Rob Simmons, 74 Tests, Queensland Reds
Scott Sio, 35 Tests, Brumbies
Lopeti Timani, 9 Tests, Melbourne Rebels
Lukhan Tui*, Queensland Reds
Jordan Uelese, 1 Test, Melbourne Rebels

Backs:
Kurtley Beale, 63 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Israel Folau, 58 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Bernard Foley (vc), 48 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Will Genia (vc), 81 Tests, Melbourne Rebels
Reece Hodge, 16 Tests, Melbourne Rebels
Samu Kerevi, 10 Tests, Queensland Reds
Marika Koroibete*, Melbourne Rebels
Tevita Kuridrani, 50 Tests, Brumbies
Billy Meakes*, Western Force
Izaia Perese*, Queensland Reds
Nick Phipps, 54 Tests, NSW Waratahs
Joe Powell, 2 Tests, Brumbies
Curtis Rona, 2 Tests, Western Force
Henry Speight, 15 Tests, Brumbies

Source: Rugby.com.au

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