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Yes. Despite losses to the All Blacks, the Springboks have shown a marked improvement
No. The team selection, tactics, use of substitutions and defence leave much to be desired
The Boks will score 4 tries and beat the All Blacks by 8 or more points and secure the title!
The Boks will win, but WON'T do enough to claim the trophy
The All Blacks will win
Springboks all the way!
Wallabies to shock the hosts
Too close to call. Waiting for the team announcements
The Springbok defence
The All Blacks' brilliance
The Springboks' ill-discipline
Wallabies by 8+ points
Wallabies by 7 points or less
Springboks by 7 points or less
Springboks by 8+ points
The defensive vulnerabilities of the outside backs
The pack not providing clean ball from the ruck
Aimless kicks gifting the enemy possession
An inability to convert clear-cut chances
Easy win for the Boks - 50+ points
Tighter match, but Boks by between 20-50
The Boks will win, but won't be easy away from home. Less than 20 points
The Pumas will shock the Boks!
The Boks will end the Rugby Championship on a winning note
All Blacks will be too strong
Let's wait to see the teamsheets...
Conceding possession and a try just before half time.
Taking Bismarck off before a crucial scrum.
Beauden Barrett's try-saving tackle on Willie le Roux.
Bryan Habana limping off with a hamstring injury.
Anywhere but in South Africa...
Mmm, afriad not. Not even sure we'll beat the Wallabies at Newlands
We'll beat the Wallabies, but fall short at Ellis Park against the All Blacks
We'll win the lot! Champions!
Set phases (scrums and lineouts)
Too close to call. I'm going for a draw...
Willie le Roux
With the way they played, the Boks can forget about winning in Australasia.
We can only improve and if we can find the form we displayed in Soweto, then we'll do the job Down Under.
We may sneak a win in Australia, but there's no way the Boks will beat the All Blacks in New Zealand.
Piet van Zyl
Fourie du Preez
The Boks were well beaten like the scoreline suggests
Things just didn't go SA's way, scoreline does not reflect the match
Had the Boks kicked all their goals they would have won
He was great. There was more flow to the backline.
We may still require Morné Steyn's experience in future.
No, Elton Jantjies is the answer at 10.
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