● Not much should be expected from the Sunwolves, but the Jaguares have to deliver at some point in this campaign. The Argentinian side have promised much but delivered little. This has been apparent against the South African sides, who have found the trip to South America extremely irritating. It’s against New Zealand where they’ve come unstuck — badly. They’ve wanted to play like them, which works to an extent before the highly skilful and supremely fit New Zealanders use their superior conditioning to see off the Argentines. For a team that picks a bunch of internationals, a 10th-place finish with seven wins from 15 games was a poor return. To correct that statistic and become a force to be reckoned with, they need to solve their disciplinary problems and relearn how to balance their tactics. They’ve got the hang of broken play but once they regain their tactical kicking and forward prowess, they’ll be a handful for any of their opponents. The Sunwolves will spring one, if not two surprises when teams have their guards down but that’s pretty much all that should be expected from them.