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And with Evans’ Six Nations largely overshadowed by the horrendous injury to his brother Thom, the 26-year-old admits he has been forced to learn a lot of hard lessons over the last 18 months.
“Now, I do feel a different player,” Evans told the Scotsman. “I am more comfortable about playing outside centre; I've learned to cope with the fact you're either hero or villain there, and I'm going to Argentina focused on earning a place in both Tests and winning them.
"The Six Nations was really disappointing, but we were given DVDs to study and when you look at them again – and I've looked at them again and again – it brings it home how we really should have beaten Wales, England and Italy.
"The good thing is that we didn't have time to properly review the Ireland match, so we'll have to start with that in camp this week, which is a positive starting point for our preparations for Argentina.
“I've said to him (Thom) that I'm delighted to be in the squad and that I can't wait to go back there, and that's it's a shame he can't come too this time.
“He could easily have been worried after what he's been through about me going out there, but he's the complete opposite and is planning where he'll watch our games.
"Hopefully, I will get the chance out there this time and I'll definitely be thinking about him when I'm out on the pitch."