Tri-Nations Teams South Africa v New Zealand

South Africa host New Zealand in the home leg of their Tr-Nations 2011 match-up on the Saturday 20 August in the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium at 16:00 live on SkySports4. Here are the teams:

Teams

South Africa:
15 Pat Lambie (The Sharks), 6 Test caps
14 JP Pietersen (The Sharks), 37
13 Jaque Fourie (DHL Western Province), 63
12 Jean de Villiers (DHL Western Province), 68
11 Bryan Habana (DHL Western Province), 69
10 Morné Steyn (Vodacom Blue Bulls), 28
9 Fourie du Preez (Suntory, Japan), 56
8 Pierre Spies (Vodacom Blue Bulls), 41
7 Willem Alberts (The Sharks), 3
6 Heinrich Brüssow (Toyota Free State Cheetahs), 14
5 Victor Matfield (captain) (Vodacom Blue Bulls), 106
4 Bakkies Botha (Vodacom Blue Bulls), 73
3 Jannie du Plessis (The Sharks), 25
2 Bismarck du Plessis (The Sharks), 37
1 Gurthrö Steenkamp (Vodacom Blue Bulls), 32
Replacements:
16 John Smit (The Sharks), 105
17 Tendai Mtawarira (The Sharks), 27
18 CJ van der Linde (MTN Golden Lions), 71
19 Danie Rossouw (Vodacom Blue Bulls), 57
20 Ashley Johnson (Toyota Free State Cheetahs), 2
21 Francois Hougaard (Vodacom Blue Bulls), 9
22 Butch James (MTN Golden Lions), 41

New Zealand:
1. Tony Woodcock (74)
2. Keven Mealamu – captain (84)
3. John Afoa (32)
4. Samuel Whitelock (16)
5. Ali Williams (64)
6. Jerome Kaino (40)
7. Adam Thomson (20)
8. Liam Messam (8)
9. Jimmy Cowan (46)
10. Colin Slade (4)
11. Hosea Gear (7)
12. Sonny Bill Williams (6)
13. Richard Kahui (11)
14. Isaia Toeava (30)
15. Israel Dagg (6)
Replacements:
16. Andrew Hore (53)
17. Ben Franks (10)
18. Jarrad Hoeata (2)
19. Victor Vito (6)
20. Andy Ellis (19)
21. Piri Weepu (47)
22. Cory Jane (23)