On Argentine website ESPN Scrum. There is a reference to the Pumas playing a fixture with Georgia in June 2013.http://espndeportes.espn.go.com/news/st ... type=story
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Almost as surprising as selections of these two youngsters is the absence of Contepomi. The twin seemed a certainty, after withdrawing for a personal decision from the Rugby Championship, but Phelan chose not to pick him, although the former captain said he would always be available for the Pumas until he retires from rugby. Was the game against France in Tucumán his last game for the sky blue and whites? It is still unknown, although it seems unlikely and the June 2013 fixtures at home to England and Georgia could be an option for a farewell in style.
If true, it could make sense as Argentina fielded a complete reserve team against Italy and France this year in June. So playing a Tier 2 opposition could be seen as a more sensible option for them in my opinion.
As for Georgia, it would good to finally get a Tier 1 fixture outside a World Cup after not having one since 2003. Hopefully though the Lelos could get a full team available for the match, rather than the team that toured North America this June. Considering how long Georgia would have waited for a Tier 1 match, it would be a shame to have third choice back rowers and fourth choice hookers and props in the side, whilst at the same time Gorgodze plays for the Barbarians.
If Georgia could get a full side, I would fancy their chances against that weakened June Argentina side, after all Georgia beat an Argentina Jaguars side in 2009 and 2011 that was quite similar to the Argentina June side, and included a dozen players who played this year for Argentina in June.
Obviously though, this is very early stages, nothing is confirmed, all there has been is a reference to a possible fixture next June on this website.