Argentina vs Scotland live stream: How to watch summer tour online and on TV today
Scotland have won their last five matches in Argentina - in five different cities, stretching back to 2008 - but Los Pumas are playing at home for the first time in three years and have a new head coach in the form of ex-Leinster and Australia boss Michael Cheika.
The Scots will play in Jujuy for the first time in their history, with Estadio 23 de Agosto, a 24,000-capacity football ground which is home to second-tier club Gimnasia, the host stadium the first Test.
Head coach Gregor Townsend could do with a successful tour of South America to ease the pressure that is starting to grow on him, 14 months out from the World Cup, after an underwhelming Six Nations that saw Scotland finish fourth, with just two victories from five matches.
Scotland have chosen to leave talismans Finn Russell and Stuart Hogg at home to rest after a long season, meaning Blair Kinghorn slots in at fly-half and Grant Gilchrist takes the captaincy for the first time in four years.
Mark Bennett makes his first Scotland start at centre since 2016 after a superb season for Edinburgh, British & Irish Lion Duhan van der Merwe is back on the wing after missing the conclusion of the Six Nations through suspension and flanker Luke Crosbie starts for the first time.