Australia can boost its hopes of a first rugby championship since 2015 with another win over the Springboks on Saturday.
The Wallabies defeated the reigning world champions 25-17 last weekend and are seeking their third win in four games in the hard-fought four-team competition.
Meanwhile, South Africa have already lost to New Zealand and Australia, so losing here would all but ruin their hopes of lifting the title.
But all four teams involved – the other being Argentina – lost in their first three games, so everything is open for this weekend.
Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s game.
When is it?
The game takes place on Saturday 3rd September at 10.35am BST.
How can I watch?
UK fans can watch the game on Sky Sports Main Event or Sky Sports Arena. If you’re not a Sky customer, you can get one NOWTV Day Pass here watch without subscription.
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Australia haven’t made a single change from the side that ousted the Sprinboks last weekend.
Meanwhile, South Africa have replaced more than half of their team – eight changes in total.
Australia: hodges Wright, Ikitau, Paisami, Koroibete; Lolesio, white; Slipper, Fainga’a, Alaalatoa, Arnold, Philip, Holloway, McReight, Valetini.
South Africa: Le Roux, Moodie, Kriel, De Allende, Mapimpi; Willemse, Hendrikse; Kitshoff, Marx, Malherbe, Etzebeth, De Jager, Kolisi (c), Mostert, Wiese.
Australia – 5/6
Tie – 20/1
South Africa – 21/20
Australia seems to be superior to the world champions. They’ve beaten them in each of their last three encounters and are confident they can continue that run in this one.35-20 Australia.
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