England in SA

Springboks target perfect 10

2012-06-22 09:40
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer (File)
Port Elizabeth - The Springboks have won nine consecutive matches against England ahead of their third and final Test in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Kick-off is at 17:00.

The Springboks' overall Test record against England reads: Played 34, won 21, lost 12, drawn 1.

2006 - England 14 South Africa 25, London
2007 - South Africa 58 England 10, Bloemfontein
2007 - South Africa 55 England 22, Pretoria
2007 - South Africa 36 England 0, Paris
2007 - South Africa 15 England 6, Paris
2008 - England 6 South Africa 42, London
2010 - England 11 South Africa 21, London
2012 - South Africa 22 England 17, Durban
2012 - South Africa 36 England 27, Johannesburg

Record South African winning sequences:

13 - Argentina, Wales
10 - Italy
9 - England*
8 - Ireland
7 - Australia (twice), Scotland, Samoa
6 - France, New Zealand

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