<div align="center">Ireland v Argentina </div> Well the equation is rather simple for Ireland, a bonus point win and denying the Pumas one in the process will secure qualification. Unfortunately though given the form of the side, the more likely scenario will see the Pumas leave Paris with a bonus point victory and a handy quarter final against the Italians or the Scots in St. Denis. The forwards have been a major let down for this Irish side, their inability to secure quick ball has cost us dear and made the backlike look pedestrian as opposing defences have been on the front foot throughout most of our matches. If this can be turned around and the handling errors reduced then maybe a miracle greater than that which Munster got against Gloucester may well be on the cards. Argentina will be supremely confident ahead of Sunday's clash although the potential absence of Contepomi and Hernandez might makes things more difficult, we'll see how serious those injuries are later today I'd imagine. Ireland don't seem to have any injury worries either but I'd expect changes from the side which started in St Denis, whether that will happen though is another thing. Ireland will go out with a whimper in this one leaving serious questions to be answered over Eddie O'Sullivan's future while Argentina will go on to face South Africa in a humdinger of a semi-final in St Denis. Your thoughts???