- The history making captain has been switched positions by coach from the open side loose position to a blindside position
- The captain acquitted himself on the previous position as the team stole a 2-1 series win against a strong England side.
- Siya Kolisi will be hoping for an even better showing in Durban against Argentina because of the return of four key members of the squad.
Springboks skipper Siya Kolisi is ready to switch sides as the Boks take on Argentina in the Rugby Championships in Durban. The Boks were training hard ahead of the clash, boosted by the return of key figures in hooker Malcom Marx, lock Eben Etzebeth and number eight Whiteley all returning after being sidelined by injuries. Francois Louw also returns to the side. The Boks go into the match on the back of a good win against an experienced English side.
The return of the four has pleased coach Rassie Erasmus especially the availability of Malcom Marx widely considered to be the best hooker in the world. The changes the coach is making are likely to give him a better showing from a squad that has already impressed. Briefly.co.za learned that coach Erasmus is optimistic of his charges' victory given the poor record of the Jaguares in Super Rugby were they have not posted good results.. According to News24, it wont be close. The first Black captain of the Boks Siya Kolisi will be hoping for a flourish.
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