Only 2000 tickets remain for Eden Park blockbuster
aucklandrugby.co.nz and James Mortimer 11 Sep 2013 Getty Images
That focus is now turned to Eden Park - and beating the All Blacks there, something the Springboks have not done since 1937. Let's not make it easy for them - Eden Park needs to be full of noisy All Blacks fans, squeezing every last drop out of home crowd advantage.
With the Springboks sitting top of the championship table, fans at Eden Park are going to be in for a real cracker on Saturday night. Make sure you don't miss out.
With a 48,000 capacity, there are still 2000 tickets available - adults from $75 kids from $25.
The two great sides have played each other nine times at Eden Park, with the All Blacks leading the ledger with six wins.
The Springboks best recent result was an 18-18 draw in 1994, the same year New Zealand last lost at the venue (to France).
South Africa's last victory at the ground was in 1937, while they were also successful in their 1921 visit.
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