Australian Rugby Union head coach Michael Cheika talks on a phone as his team trains in preparation for the second Bledisloe Cup test against the New Zealand All Blacks, scheduled for Saturday, August 27.
Franks was seen to pass his left hand over the face of Wallabies lock Kane Douglas as they tussled at a maul during Saturday's match, won 29-9 by New Zealand.
Regardless of the result - the Wallabies are the highest-priced outsiders in Bledisloe history - Cheika says people should not underestimate how badly they want to win in New Zealand; a country in which they have not tasted success for 15 years.
He said he and All Blacks scrum coach Mike Cron met with assistant referee Jaco Peyper at Peyper's request to discuss elements of scrum rules, but he had not met with a match referee before a Test in nearly two years.
All Blacks coach Steve Hansen, however, said on Sunday they had not been told of any citings from the match.
Australia quickly responded through a Foley penalty, only for Barrett to restore New Zealand's seven-point lead after the Wallabies were penalised from the restart for going into the ruck from the side.
Hansen's team have never lost to the Pumas, but have been pushed extremely close in their last few encounters, particularly in their opening game at last year's Rugby World Cup.
"Australia turned up and threw everything they had at us, and a little bit more".
In two Tests this month the world champion All Blacks have scored 10 tries and conceded one. They played well across the two games so they deserve it. Coleman was the worst offender but backrowers Scott Fardy and Michael Hooper were also culprits.
He's moved Bernard Foley to inside centre to cater for Cooper at fly-half, with Samu Kerevi replacing Tevita Kuridrani at outside centre.
Governing body SANZAAR confirmed in an email to Reuters that no action had been taken against any player.
They've packed plenty of dynamite in the reserves with young guns Damian McKenzie Rieko Ioane coming into the side also, exhausted legs late in the game could be feasted on by these two.
Cooper's recall helps solve, for Australia, a growing midfield injury problem that has hit both sides.
On Saturday, Cheika's side were more confrontational and got into the All Blacks' collective faces to ensure they did not suffer humiliation for a second successive week.
"So it's pretty clear they're not interested in our comments on the issues."
Young backline utility Reece Hodge showed some signs in his debut off the bench, including kicking a monster 52m penalty, that suggest he could become a regular for years to come.