Jean de Villiers will lead the Boks in his last Test on South African soil as they host Argentina in Durban. It's live!
South Africa have not lost four in a row against four different nations since 1965. No matter how well the Boks played last week, defeat this weekend would not only be a massive blow to team morale, it would create an uproar in the Republic.
Heyneke Meyer is well aware of all of these things, and as a result has not pushed the boundaries of experimentation against a Pumas side that twice came very close to causing an upset against South Africa last year.
"If it wasn't South Africa you probably could have played a lot of players, but in South Africa you have to win. That’s most important," said Meyer this week.