Vern Cotter has won two from two in charge of Scotland
The new Scotland era under Vern Cotter has not got off the most auspicious of starts but lock Grant Gilchrist is adamant that there is plenty left in the tank.
Hard-fought wins over Canada and the USA mean that Cotter's side are still undefeated this summer but they now face much tougher tests in Argentina and South Africa.
And with a long injury list and a new second squad arriving to join up with the first, Cotter has a job on his hands to gel his side together.
Lock Gilchrist is one of the few players staying with the squad for all four Tests and has backed his teammates to come out firing against the Pumas.
"We have got to take confidence form the fact that we have played poorly and won," he said.
"We played way below our standards but have come away with two wins and have to take that forwards.
"We know what a massive challenge Argentina are going to be. The new group and the old one have to gel quickly and deliver a performance on Friday.
"The final result is the only thing that matters at the end of the day. It is fair to say that all the coaches and management will be annoyed at how things have gone and the performances but we have to take positives from playing a good Canada side, not playing at our best but still coming away with the win.
"In the next game we have to execute well and produce a performance of a much higher standard than us."
Mako Vunipola, Courtney Lawes and Ben Youngs will all start for England in Rome, with Saracens' Maro Itoje finally set for his debut from the bench as Eddie Jones adjusts his line-up ahead of their trip to Italy.