South Africa play their first match since winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup against Georgia tonight (kick-off 6pm UK & Ireland time) at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria.
South Africa begin their warm-up to the British and Irish Lions Test series this summer when they face Georgia on Friday, July 2.
It will be the Springboks’ first game since they beat England in the 2019 World Cup final due to the coronavirus pandemic wiping out their entire schedule last year.
They will play two games against Georgia, ranked 12th in the world, before they take on the Lions later in July for three Tests.
Here is everything you need to know ahead of the game.
We are also excited to see what the uncapped players bring to the table after impressive performances for their franchises in the last few seasons. Each one of them has proved that they deserve an opportunity at this level, and the commitment and enthusiasm they displayed at training has been striking
Rosko Specman, Aphelele Fassi and Jasper Wiese are in line to make their Springbok debuts.