Springbok captain Jean de Villiers is not underestimating Scotland in the slightest as they prepare to take them on in Nelspruit.
In keeping with the modern trend neither side will be a full, first-choice side when South Africa host Scotland in Nelspruit on Saturday.
Scotland included three new caps in the team to face South Africa in the second round of a four-nation tournament in Nelspruit on Saturday.
After 10 months watching idly from the sidelines, hooker Bismarck du Plessis is set to be thrust back into the limelight for the Springboks.
Glasgow Warriors prop Gordon Reid on Wednesday became the third additional player to join the Scotland squad in South Africa.
After appearing on the fringes of the Springbok team for most of 2012, flank Siya Kolisi's determination will finally pay off on Saturday.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has kept the changes to his team to a minimum as he wants to give the new combinations a chance to settle.
The return of powerful hooker Bismarck du Plessis is one of five changes to South Africa's matchday 22 doe the Test against Scotland on Saturday.
Louis Schreuder has replaced the injured Francois Hougaard in the Springbok squad, whilst Francois Louw has been released ahead of his wedding.
While the Springboks looked sharp on attack against Italy last week, backline coach Ricardo Loubscher believes they were not as clinical as they could have been.
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