Wales arrive in Nelspruit battered and bruised both physically and mentally after their humbling at the hands of South Africa last week.
Warren Gatland’s men were destroyed 38-16 in a five-try mauling by the Springboks, and their Kiwi coach will be looking for a response from his players.
Wales have never beaten South Africa on their home soil, and it would seem unlikely that they can turn that sort of thumping around to claim a first, historic win on Saturday.
With that being said, stranger things have happened.
Here are the key battles.