The Argentinian Rugby Union have announced home fixtures against Scotland in June.
Frank Hadden's side will take on the Pumas in Rosario and Buenos Aires in what will be new head coach Santiago Phelan's first games in charge.
Pelan, assisted by Fabian Turnes, was appointed last month to replace Marcelo Loffreda, who left to take the helm at Leicester Tigers.
The first game is scheduled to take place on June 7 in Rosario but a venue has yet to be confirmed. Local reports suggest the Gigante de Arroyito stadium, where football team Rosario Central play, is a probable choice.
The second fixture will be a week later in Buenos Aires' Jose Amalfitani stadium, home of Velez Sarsfield football team.
The Pumas will play a third game against Italy in Cordoba on June 28.
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