THERE is absolutely everything to play for in Brisbane as the Wallabies take on the Springboks in an all-important Rugby Championship fixture.
Both sides will be looking to bounce back from defeats.
Australia are the more desperate for a win as they prop up the standings without a single point, having suffered back-to-back losses home and away to the All Blacks.
South Africa were on the wrong end of a 32-19 scoreline against Argentina in Mendoza ensured that their quest for a first ever Rugby Championship title suffered a major setback.
This makes Saturday’s clash also a must-win for the men in green and gold.
The game is live on Sky Sports Action with coverage starting at 10.30am.
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The action gets underway at the 21,480 capacity Lang Park in Brisbane at 11.00am on Saturday, September 8.
The Aussies make a big change at fly half, with coach Michael Cheika opting for the versatile Kurtley Beale, while Bernard Foley takes up a spot on the bench.
Experienced duo David Pocock and Israel Folau are both declared fit for the clash.
South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus has named a new-look front row and shuffled his loose forwards.
Loosehead prop Steven Kitshoff and hooker Bongi Mbonambi will start next to Frans Malherbe, with Tendai Mtawarira and Malcolm Marx drop to the bench alongside Francois Louw, who played for Bath last weekend.
Captain Siya Kolisi swaps to the openside with Pieter-Steph du Toit at blindside flanker.