South Africa are undefeated in this year's Rugby Championship and sit at the top of the table after their bonus point win against Australia.
They head to New Zealand full of confidence but know that they will need to raise their game even further if they are to beat the All Blacks in Auckland for the first time since 1937.
In fact no side has won at Eden Park since 1994 and while New Zealand coach Steve Hansen is full of praise for the Boks' strength and power and their new found skills in the backs, he will be confident that his side can match them upfront and outplay them in the backs.
Sean Fitzpatrick, Dewi Morris and Michael Lynagh will assess the strengths and weaknesses of the two best sides in the world and give their views on who will triumph.
Also on this weeks show...
WALLABY WOES: We assess the plight of the Wallabies, currently on their worst run in 55 years and awaiting Argentina in Perth this weekend.
A NATION EXPECTS: After success in Argentina in the summer for the senior side and England's Under-20s winning the Junior World Championship title, we consider what's next for Stuart Lancaster and the Red Rose with the help of skills coach Mike Catt, fly half Freddie Burns and interim forwards coach Rob Baxter.
HOPE AND GLORY: Bristol's new signing Nicky Robinson looks forward to a new season in the Greene King IPA Championship as Andy Robinson's men aim for a return to the top flight for the first time in five years.
The Rugby Club: 8pm, Thursday, Sky Sports 2