The British and Irish Lions and South Africa have both made three changes for the second Test in Cape Town on Saturday.
The Lions will be able to wrap up the three-match series against the Springboks this weekend following their stunning 22-17 comeback victory in the first Test.
Warren Gatland has decided to make a trio of changes to his Lions side with prop Mako Vunipola coming in for Rory Sutherland, scrum-half Conor Murray replacing Ali Price and center Chris Harris starting in place of Elliot Daly.
Dan Biggar has also been cleared to play after passing concussion protocols.
Meanwhile, South Africa have also made three changes and have given a full debut for Leicester number eight Jasper Wiese.
Head coach Jacques Nienaber has replaced the ineffectual Kwagga Smith with Wiese, who came on as a replacement against Georgia on July 2.
And there are two adjustments to the front row with only hooker Bongi Mbonambi surviving as the Springboks give starts to props Steven Kitshoff and Frans Malherbe.
Ox Nche, one the starting props for the first Test, has been ruled out by a neck problem but Mbonambi continues after recovering from a hamstring issue.
South Africa have opted for a six-two split on the bench, which includes Saracens tighthead Vincent Koch. Marco van Staden takes over from Rynhardt Elstadt as back row cover alongside Smith.
South Africa v The Lions: Confirmed line-ups
South Africa: W Le Roux (Toyota Verblitz); C Kolbe (Toulouse), L Am (Cell C Sharks), D De Allende (Munster), M Mapimpi (Cell C Sharks); H Pollard (vice-captain, Montpellier), F De Klerk (Sale); S Kitshoff (DHL Stormers), B Mbonambi (DHL Stormers), F Malherbe (DHL Stormers), E Etzebeth (Toulon), F Mostert (Honda Heat), S Kolisi (Cell C Sharks, capt), PS Du Toit (DHL Stormers ), J Wiese (Leicester).
Replacements: M Marx (Kubota Spears), T Nyakane (Vodacom Bulls), V Koch (Saracens), L De Jager (Sale), M van Staden (Vodacom Bulls), K Smith (Yamaha Jubilo), H Jantjies (DHL Stormers), D Willemse (DHL Stormers).
Lions: S Hogg (Exeter, Scotland); A Watson (Bath, England), C Harris (Gloucester, Scotland), R Henshaw (Leinster, Ireland), D Van Der Merwe (Worcester, Scotland); D Biggar (Northampton, Wales), C Murray (Munster, Ireland); M Vunipola (Saracens, England), L Cowan-Dickie (Exeter, England), T Furlong (Leinster, Ireland), M Itoje (Saracens, England), AW Jones – captain (Ospreys, Wales), C Lawes (Northampton, England ), T Curry (Sale, England), J Conan (Leinster, Ireland).
Replacements: K Owens (Scarlets, Wales), R Sutherland (Worcester, Scotland), K Sinckler (Bristol, England), T Beirne (Munster, Ireland), T Faletau (Bath, Wales), A Price (Glasgow, Scotland), O Farrell (Saracens, England), E Daly (Saracens, England).
South Africa v The Lions: How to listen
This second Test will take place at 5pm on Saturday, July 31.
Full coverage from the Cape Town Stadium will be live on talkSPORT, with our pre-match build-up starting at 4pm.
Craig Doyle will be your host and commentary will come from Andrew McKenna and James Haskell.
We’ll also have expert analysis from former Lions Ben Kay and Tommy Bowe.
To tune in to talkSPORT or talkSPORT 2 through the website, click HERE for the live stream.
ou can also listen via the talkSPORT app, on DAB digital radio, through your smart speaker and on 1089 or 1053 AM.
South Africa v The Lions: What has been said?
Warren Gatland: “As always, selection was incredibly tough. However, we’ve made the changes we think are the right calls for the weekend’s game.
“We know the Springboks will be hurting and they’ll throw everything at us on Saturday, but I think there’s plenty more to come from us too.
“We feel we can go up another level from where we were in the first Test and I would expect us to improve.
“It’s the biggest game on the Tour and we have to embrace the expectation that comes with it. As players and coaches, these are the games you want to be involved in.
“We’re relishing the opportunity to face the Springboks again on Saturday and potentially seal a series win.”
Jacques Nienaber: “This is a massive game for us – it’s do or die in order to stay in the race to win the series.
“We have selected a team that offers continuity in selection, but also one that we thought would be the best suited to achieve the objectives we have set for this match.
“We disappointed ourselves last week, and we all know how important it is to bounce back with a strong performance and show our fighting spirit and pride as a team and nation.”
The Lions took a 1-0 lead in the 3-match Test Series against the Springboks last Saturday. The only place to hear if South Africa can strike back or if the Lions can clinch the series is live and exclusive on talkSPORT this Saturday from 4pm.
Before that though, every evening at 5pm on talkSPORT 2, is the Lions Daily which takes you inside both the Lions and Boks camps.
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