Enniskillen winger, Robert Baloucoune, will make his second start in an Irish jersey when they welcome Argentina to the Aviva Stadium on Sunday.

Having played no part in the first two games of the November series, impressive wins over Japan and New Zealand, the Ulster flyer gets his chance to impress in a side that sees four changes from the game against the All Blacks.

Baloucoune replaces Andrew Conway on the wing while Robbie Henshaw, Conor Murray and Joey Carberry all start in place of Bundee Aki, Jamison Gibson-Park and Johnny Sexton respectively.

24-year-old Baloucoune made a dream start to his Ireland career with a scintillating try against the USA in the summer and he will be hoping to produce the goods once more in the Aviva Stadium on Saturday as Ireland look to end the November Series unbeaten.