Rugby Championship

Boks underdogs in Brisbane

2013-09-02 21:00
Heyneke Meyer (AP)

Cape Town - As acid tests go, this has got to be one of the toughest in world rugby, but Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer knows Saturday’s Rugby Championship battle with Australia in Brisbane will be the perfect test for just how far his team has come.

And now, faced with a monumental task of overturning history by trying to secure the Boks first win at Suncorp Stadium, the Bok coach was buoyant about what his side needs to do. Meyer looked both confident and gave an honest assessment about his team’s chances, especially against a side they have only beaten once in their last seven outings. And never in seven games at Suncorp stadium.

“But by saying that on Saturday, I don’t care how we do it; as long as we win I’ll be happy.”

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