After the Boks failed to score a fourth try in Cape Town they need to beat the All Blacks by a bonus point win and prevent them to get a single point after the men in black got the full house against Argentina.
“Ellis Park is a very difficult venue to play at for visiting teams, but I think it will be a tough Test for both teams,” said Horwill after their 28-8 loss to the Boks. “South Africa are a very complete side at the moment, while they also have great speed out wide.”
Wing Willie le Roux scored the third Bok try eight minutes from time to provide a glimmer of a bonus point hope, the Aussies’ resilient defence kept the home team out.
Beleaguered Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie believed his side made a improvement despite the final scoreline.
“It was not a good one for us, we played most of the first half without ball,” he said of their halftime deficit of 23-3.