Aphiwe Dyantyi scored a brace against Argentina in Durban last weekend. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/EPA

BUENOS AIRES – Rugby Championship at a glance ahead of second round matches this Saturday:

Standings 

(played, won, drawn, lost, points scored, points conceded, bonus points, total)

New Zealand    1 1 0 0 38 13 1 5
South Africa      1 1 0 0 34 21 1 5
Argentina          1 0 0 1 21 34 0 0
Australia           1 0 0 1 13 38 0 0 

(Point allocation: 4: win, 2: draw, 1: losing by less than eight points or scoring at least three tries more than opponents)

Leading points-scorers so far are:

13: Barrett (NZL)
11: Sanchez (ARG) 
10: Dyantyi, Mapimpi (both RSA), Naholo (NZL)

New Zealand's Beauden Barrett is the leading point-scorer to date. Photo: Steve Christo/EPA
New Zealand's Beauden Barrett (No10) is the leading point-scorer to date. Photo: Steve Christo/EPA

Results so far

Round 1

In Sydney, Australia
Australia 13 New Zealand 38

In Durban, South Africa
South Africa 34 Argentina 21

Upcoming fixtures

Round 2 - August 25

In Auckland, New Zealand
New Zealand v Australia (0735 GMT)

In Mendoza, Argentina
Argentina v South Africa (1910 GMT)

Augustin Creevy (right) and Argentina hosts the Springboks in Mendoza on Saturday night. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix
Augustin Creevy (right) and Argentina hosts the Springboks in Mendoza on Saturday night. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

Round 3 - September 8

At Nelson
New Zealand v Argentina (0735)

At Brisbane
Australia v South Africa (1005)

Round 4 - September 15

At Wellington 
New Zealand v South Africa (0735)

At Gold Coast
Australia v Argentina (1005)

Round 5 - September 29

At Port Elizabeth
South Africa v Australia (1505)

At Buenos Aires
Argentina v New Zealand (2240)

New Zealand is back at fortress Eden Park on Saturday. Photo: Dan Himbrechts/EPA
New Zealand is back at fortress Eden Park on Saturday, August 25. Photo: Dan Himbrechts/EPA

Round 6 - October 6

At Pretoria
South Africa v New Zealand (1505)

At Salta
Argentina v Australia (2240)

Tournament champions

2012: New Zealand
2013: New Zealand
2014: New Zealand
2015: Australia
2016: New Zealand
2017: New Zealand

Agence France-Presse (AFP)