South African captain Siya Kolisi says they have no special plans to counter the threat of the All Blacks but executing their game-plan is key in their Rugby Championship clash tonight.
The world champions are going into tonight's match after back-to-back losses to Australia that has allowed the All Blacks to take the No.1 world ranking and the World Cup-winning captain acknowledges that their last two performances dropped far below the standard they set for themselves.
🚨 UPDATE | Luke Jacobson has been withdrawn from tonight’s Fortinet Rugby Championship Test against South Africa with a stomach bug. Ardie Savea will now move to No 8, Ethan Blackadder will start at seven and Hoskins Sotutu comes on to the bench in the 20 jersey.#NZLvRSA100 pic.twitter.com/thJ8TwLfep— All Blacks (@AllBlacks) September 25, 2021
Kolisi says their main focus has been on improving on what they have done.
He says they deviated from their game-plan against Australia and paid for it now they want to go back to what has made us successful.
He adds it's tough to lose two in a row but the biggest thing they have focused on is to get their stuff right this weekend.
The Springboks will meet the All Blacks at 7.05 tonight and the Wallabies face Argentina at 10.05 tonight.
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