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Daily sports wrap: Boks need luck to beat All Blacks

2017-10-05 18:46

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1. FAF STRIVES FOR EXCELLENCE IN BLOEM

The second Test between Bangladesh is about to get underway at Manguang Oval in Bloemfontein on Friday.

Proteas captain Faf du Plessis has stressed the importance of consistency, as the Proteas look to whitewash the Tigers.

Click here to read game plan for the second Test

2. BAFANA CAN MAKE THE COUNTRY PROUD AGAIN

Bafana Bafana play Burkina Faso in a must-win 2018 World Cup qualifier this weekend at FNB Stadium.

South African striker Dino Ndlovu believes that the locals will rise to the occasion.

Click here to read Ndlovu's plea to SA

3. BOKS TO WALK WITH PRIDE?

Former Springbok captain Jean de Villiers does not think the Boks will beat the All Blacks at Newlands on Saturday. 

De Villiers reckons that the Boks will, however, leave the fixture with their pride very much intact.

Click here to read De Villiers' reasoning

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