Epic battle between two of the best sides in the world will decide title holder.
Where: Ellis Park, South Africa
When: 19.00 (BST)
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It is one off the toughest places in the world to win, so much so, even the dominant All Blacks have struggled for their fair share of success at Ellis Park.
However, It is that imposing record at altitude that South Africa own that New Zealand coach Steve Hansen will be hoping pushes his side to greater heights in the decider for the Rugby Championship.
The All Blacks have enjoyed a stunning level of success under Hansen since the 2011 World Cup, with the side winning 20 of its 22 Test matches played with only a draw with Australia and a loss to England blemishing their otherwise perfect record.
Hansen expects a brutal response from the hosts at a cauldron-like ground where the All Blacks have won just three of 11 Tests.
The eight losses at Ellis Park make it the scene of the fifth-most New Zealand defeats.
Ten have been suffered at home venues Eden Park (Auckland) and Athletic Park (Wellington), and nine at Lancaster Park (Christchurch) and the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Of those four venues, only Eden Park is still used for Test rugby.
“We can be frightened about the crowd’s influence, or we can embrace it,” Hansen said.
“There’s a good mental strength in the side. It’s when we’re under pressure that we’re at our best.
“All the cards are probably stacked in their favour but we’ve won here before and we’re a good enough side to win here again.”
New Zealand are still favourites to win The Rugby Championship for 2013, with the Springboks only hope being to deny their opponents a bonus points and earn one through scoring four tries themselves, something they have not achieved in their last 21 games against the All Blacks.