In LondonSpringbok hooker Malcolm Marx says they're more than keen to empty their tanks when they face England at Twickenham on Saturday.
The 45th encounter between the nations will be South Africa's 13th and last one of what has been a long and competitive year.
In some ways, it may also define South Africa's season where they've been irresistible and borderline unplayable when good. They've also been profligate and inaccurate in some of their losses, with the disappointing part of their defeats being that some has come back-to-back. READ | Akona Ndungane hails Springboks' depth: 'It's a nice headache to have' Marx admitted that Twickenham had become a bit of a bogey for the Boks, with their last win at the ground coming in 2014.However, he said they were more than happy to leave everything on the field. "We've given our best in every Test that we've played in, regardless of whether it's the first or the last one," Marx said."In some, things went our way and in others, they didn't.
I think the guys are excited and keen to play against England."Especially here where we haven't won in a while, and I haven't won at Twickenham.Read more on news24.com