The Wallabies have one of the best loose forwards in the world and the Springboks team will have to be wary of them.
Pieter Steph du Toit knows how important it is to up their match on Saturday against some of the world’s best loose forwards.
He says it will be tough facing them, however they have targeted the break downs on Saturday and making sure they secure the ball.
“They’ve got some of the best loose forwards in the world and a break down is something we have always targeted and you know when you play against them it’s going to be tough. I think we have to up our game especially in the breakdowns and secure our own ball.”
However, Coach Rassie Erasmus has made six changes for the Springboks clash against Australia in Brisbane on Saturday.
Erasmus will be hoping his team bounces back after their loss to Argentina in their last match.
Pieter-Steph du Toit who has been given a chance in the starting, says that it will be a difficult match against the Wallabies who come from two defeats against New Zealand.
“It’s always nice to start in the starting line up on the field and it’s going to be an important role for everyone on the field especially for the guys who is getting a chance to start and that’s part of the game, to get a good start with intensity as well, so I think it’s going to be quite a challenging match this weekend for the wallabies who came of two losses this weekend and they going to try and define they not a losing team as well”.