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South Africa South Africa

1
Ox Nche
44'
54'
58'
2
Deon Fourie
3
Vincent Koch
44'
4
Eben Etzebeth
5
Marvin Orie
61'
6
Siya Kolisi
58'
7
Duane Vermeulen
8
Jasper Wiese
50'
9
Cobus Reinach
50'
10
Handre Pollard
50'
11
Makazole Mapimpi
28'
12
Andre Esterhuizen
13
Canan Moodie
14
Grant Williams
15
Willie Le Roux

Substitutes

16
Marco van Staden
58'
17
Steven Kitshoff
44'
54'
58'
18
Trevor Nyakane
44'
19
Franco Mostert
61'
20
Kwagga Smith
50'
21
Jaden Hendrikse
50'
22
Manie Libbok
50'
23
Jesse Kriel
28'

South Africa South Africa

1
Nche
2
Fourie
3
Koch
4
Etzebeth
5
Orie
6
Kolisi
7
Vermeulen
8
Wiese
9
Reinach
10
Pollard
11
Mapimpi
12
Esterhuizen
13
Moodie
14
Williams
15
Le Roux

Who will win?

RugbyPass' user vote

South Africa
97%
Tonga
3%
Votes 779

Tonga Tonga

1
Siegfried Fisi'ihoi
70'
2
Paula Ngauamo
50'
64'
3
Ben Tameifuna
54'
4
Leva Fifita
5
Sam Lousi
50'
6
Tanginoa Halaifonua
7
Sione Havili
8
Semisi Paea
58'
9
Augustine Pulu
51'
10
William Havili
70'
11
Anzelo Tuitavuki
12
Pita Ahki
13
Malakai Fekitoa
68'
14
Fine Inisi
15
Charles Piutau

Substitutes

16
Samiuela Moli
50'
64'
17
Tau Koloamatangi
70'
18
Joe Apikotoa
54'
19
Adam Coleman
50'
20
Sione Vailanu
58'
21
Sonatane Takulua
51'
22
Patrick Pellegrini
70'
23
Afusipa Taumoepeau
68'

Tonga Tonga

1
Fisi'ihoi
2
Ngauamo
3
Tameifuna
4
Fifita
5
Lousi
6
Halaifonua
7
Havili
8
Paea
9
Pulu
10
Havili
11
Tuitavuki
12
Ahki
13
Fekitoa
14
Inisi
15
Piutau

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