The South African national rugby team is in Edinburgh preparing for the second match on their end-of-year tour, against Scotland at Murrayfield.
Scotland is a team brimming with confidence after beating Australia 15-13 on Sunday, for a third successive victory over the Wallabies.
The Boks have moved further north on the British Isles after shaking off their Cardiff hoodoo, with a hard-fought 23-18 win over Wales on Saturday.
Scotland has a very capable squad with a few South African-born players in their ranks, and a superstar in Finn Russell at flyhalf.
They beat Australia on Sunday and will be more than a match for the travelling Boks at their home stadium of Murrayfield in Edinburgh.
Springbok utility forward, Franco Mostert believes a team effort will be needed against Scotland.
“We can sharpen up on everything, it wasn’t a perfect game for us but I think we fought it out and we have to stick to our game plan and not fall in a trap or something like that. Finn Russell is a good player and we don’t look at one player, we are looking at the whole team and the performance they did on the weekend, they did play some running rugby and stuff like that and I think with our defence, we are more suited with that and hopefully it is going to take a team effort to back it up.”
The last time Scotland beat the Springboks was back in 2010 on the end-of-year tour at Murrayfield.