Cape Town - History might not count for anything, but it does show that the Springboks have struggled against the Wallabies in Brisbane.
Since 1997, the Boks have taken on Australia 8 times at the now-named Suncorp Stadium and have won just once.
That victory came in 2013, when tries from Coenie Oosthuizen, Jean de Villiers, Zane Kirchner and Willie le Roux set up a dominant 38-12 win for coach Heyneke Meyer's charges.
The worst result for the Boks in Brisbane came in 2006, when Jake White's side were smashed 49-0.
Outside of that 2013 result, the closest the Boks have come to beating the Wallabies at Suncorp post-isolation was last year when they lost by four points - 24-20.
The Boks had led 13-7 at half-time through an Eben Etzebeth try and a conversion and two penalties by Handre Pollard.
The Boks extended their lead with a Jesse Kriel try just after half-time, but the Wallabies hit back though Michael Hooper and a last-minute score from Tevita Kuridrani to secure the win.
Kick-off on Saturday is at 12:05 (SA time).
Bok v Wallabies in Brisbane (since 1997):
August 2, 1997: Australia 32-20 SA
July 17, 1999: Australia 32-6 SA
August 2, 2003: Australia 29-9 SA
July 15, 2006: Australia 49-0 SA
September 5, 2009: Australia 21-6 SA
July 24, 2010: Australia 30-13 SA
September 7, 2013: Australia 12-38 SA
July 18, 2015: Australia 24-20 SA