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New genes will put spring in Bok step

Drawing on the diversity of talent available will change the team’s game and take it forward.

Green and gold equals bronze

It is likely to be the last game for several Springboks – and maybe the coach too – so the the play-off against Argentina can’t be taken lightly.

Meyer: Future for Boks bright, despite World Cup exit

Out of the running to win the Rugby World Cup, SA are left with the prospect of having to play the one match every team hates to be involved in.

Argentina relish scrum challenge

Argentina are looking forward to confronting Australia up front at Twickenham on Sunday.

How the Boks can beat the best

The All Blacks have no real weaknesses so the only way to defeat them is not to let them have the ball.

Springbok team unchanged for All Black battle

Coach Heyneke Meyer has announced an unchanged starting 15 to face New Zealand in South Africa's Rugby World Cup semifinal clash at Twickenham.

Quarterfinals clash of the hemispheres

Can France repeat their heroics of 2007? Will Argentina take advantage of a depleted Ireland? It’s north v south in the last eight.

Boks must bring backs to the front

A backline packed with talent, guile and speed must be used instead of the team’s normal desire to ‘keep it tight’.

It’s anyone’s Cup to win – and lose

Some interesting scenarios lie ahead but despite stuttering form the All Blacks remain favourites.

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