South Africa assistant coach Matt Proudfoot says his side will play to their strengths when they face New Zealand in Wellington on Saturday.
Coming off the back of losses to Argentina and Australia, the Springboks are looking to put in a response against the pace‑setting All Blacks.
Proudfoot has insisted this fixture will be settled up front and wants his charges to give a solid account of themselves at Westpac Stadium.
He says that the game between South Africa and New Zealand boils down to getting the basics right adding that South Africa have the mentality that they’re looking to improve each week and as a pack they are relishing the opportunity to come out and show what they can do.
Meanwhile if the All Blacks win against the Springboks this weekend then they will successfully defend the Rugby Championship title.
The All Blacks will now take on the Springboks at 7.35pm this Saturday while the Wallabies will take on Argentina at 10pm Saturday.
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