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The Albiceleste are unbeaten in their last 32 games and produced one of their most impressive performances under Lionel Scaloni at Wembley on Wednesday.
There, they beat Italy 3-0 to win the Uefa-Conmebol Finalissima, allowing Lionel Messi to draw level with Cristiano Ronaldo in international trophies won.
In a week's time, the Argentines play a much anticipated Superclasico against Brazil in Melbourne.
But first, they take on Estonia in a fixture that should see a number of fringe players given a chance to impress.
The Estonians come into this one off the back of a 2-0 victory against another team who play in light blue and white - San Marino.
However, they can expect Messi and co to be a rather more challenging proposition than their Nations League opponents were.
What time does Argentina vs Estonia kick off?
Argentina take on Estonia on Sunday, June 5.
The match kicks off at 7pm UK time.
That's 8pm local time, 3pm in Argentina, 2pm Eastern time and 9pm in Estonia.
It will be played at El Sadar, Pamplona, Spain.
Argentina have never played Estonia before.
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Argentina is a strong bet to stretch its team record undefeated streak to 33 matches when the Albiceleste face Estonia's national team in a friendly match to be played on Sunday, June 5 in Spain.
Lionel Messi & Co. left a strong impression after brushing off European champions Italy 3-0 in a dominant midweek display. That performance left many feeling this Argentina has what it takes to go all the way at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar — a tournament that is expected to be Messi's last with his national team.
Argentina manager Lionel Scaloni will use the final match of this June international window against Estonia to give a final chance to players on the fringe to impress him before he makes his final squad selections for November's tournament in Qatar. Argentina will play in Group C against Poland, Mexico and Saudi Arabia.
The World Cup is the farthest thing from Estonia's mind, as one of the lowest-ranked European sides (No. 110 in the FIFA rankings). But their tactical style carries some similarities to Argentina's Group B opponent Poland, albeit on a completely different tier when it comes to quality. Estonia had a poor return of four points in eight matches during World Cup qualifying.
Argentina vs. Estonia projected lineups
Although plenty of lineup changes are expected for Argentina, there are a handful of starters who will be back in the XI, beginning with captain Lionel Messi. Reports in Argentina say that Messi requested to start and wear the captain's armband and that he'll be joined by regular midfielder Rodrigo De Paul and right back Nahuel Molina as returning starters from the Italy match.
There will be changes everywhere else, beginning at goalkeeper. Starter Emiliano "Dibu" Martinez left camp with a knee injury and River Plate's Franco Armani is expected to get the nod against Estonia.
In central defense, backup center backs German Pezzella and Lisandro Martinez are projected to pair up, though Feyenoord's Marcos Senesi could make his debut as he attempts to mount a late challenge for a spot.
Alexis Mac Allister has something to prove in midfield, and there's a sense he's in direct competition with Exequiel Palacios for a ticket to Qatar. PSG center mid Leandro Paredes is out injured.
In the attack, Angel Correa is sidelined for a minor dermatological procedure, and new Manchester City signing Julian Alvarez and Joaquin Correa (no relation to Angel) could get the start alongside Messi. Super sub Paulo Dybala and Fiorentina winger Nico Gonzalez are the other options on the forward line.