Cape Town - Despite their humiliating - and historic - first-ever defeat on home soil to Ireland, bookmakers have backed the Springboks to bounce back in Johannesburg next Saturday.
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Leading SA bookies Sportingbet have been quick to back Allister Coetzee's men to square their three-Test at Ellis Park in five days time.
The Boks went down 26-20 to Ireland at Newlands on Saturday - their first defeat in South Africa against the Irish in eight matches, the first of which took place in 1961.
The Boks started Saturday's match at 15-point favourites, but that has been "revised" to 11 points for next weekend's clash.
The Boks can be backed at 2/9 as victors of the match, with Ireland 16/5 to win - and clinch the series. The draw is on offer at 25/1.
Coetzee hinted at keeping changes to a minimum, but will have to replace flyhalf Pat Lambie who has been ruled out due to concussion.