Following an unpredictable Super Rugby season, Jaguares and the Brumbies are set to get the semi-finals underway at Estadio José Amalfitani.
Ahead of the clash, we take a look at 12 stats and facts between the two sides.
1. The Jaguares have won their last two Super Rugby games on the bounce against the Brumbies, each by a margin of exactly five points.
2. The spoils are split one win apiece between the Jaguares and Brumbies when playing in Argentina in Super Rugby; the Brumbies picked up a 24-point win in their first-ever meeting in the country.
3. The Jaguares have won 10 of their last 12 Super Rugby games on the bounce in Argentina (L2), including their last five – their longest home-winning streak in the competition.
4. The Jaguares have won their last five games on the bounce against Australian opposition.
5. The last time the Brumbies won more than 7 games on the bounce was an eight-game stretch across the 2004 and 2005 campaigns, which included lifting the Super Rugby trophy in 2004.
6. The Jaguares have made 26 kicks in play per game in Super Rugby 2019, more than any other team in the competition and eight per game more than the Brumbies.
7. The Brumbies have scored 42 first-half tries in Super Rugby 2019, more than any other team in the competition and 15 more than the Jaguares (27).
8. The Jaguares’ Guido Petti Pagadizaval (81) has won more lineouts (including steals) than any other player in Super Rugby 2019.
9. Brumbies duo Rory Arnold (78) and Sam Carter (69) are ranked second and third in lineouts (including steals), respectively.
10. Thomas Banks (Brumbies) has scored seven tries in his last eight Super Rugby games outside Australia, including one in each of his last three such fixtures.
11. Brumbies stalwart and team captain Christian Lealiifano is also set to celebrate his 150th Super Rugby match for the side.
12. Brumbies are currently on a seven-match winning streak after finishing on top of the Australian conference and defeating the Sharks 28-13 in the quarter-finals.