Kiwis to face unchanged Springboks
South Africa coach Heyneke Meyer has decided to make no changes for his side's clash with New Zealand on Saturday.
The Springboks host the world champions in Soweto, with the All Blacks looking to make it 16 consecutive wins following a golden spell for the national side.
South Africa produced a fine display in their last outing, as they saw off Australia comfortably, winning 31-8.
However Meyer knows all too well the All Blacks will provide a completely different challenge, when they meet this weekend in the Rugby Championship.
He said: "We want to attack every single game and score tries every single game.
"But saying that, the All Blacks have got a great defensive record.
"They are a quality side and on a winning streak. Even if they play badly, they still win. It's going to be tough. You don't beat the All Blacks by just pitching up."