Fixtures and Logs
|Team 1||Team 2||Date||Time|
|Blue Bulls||Western Province||Sat,30 Aug||17:05|
|EP Kings||Lions||Sat,30 Aug||19:10|
|Western Province||EP Kings||Fri,05 Sep||19:10|
|New Zealand||Argentina||Sat,06 Sep||09:35|
|Australia||South Africa||Sat,06 Sep||12:05|
Fly-half Joshua Stander could earn a first senior start for the Blue Bulls when the face Western Province in Pretoria on Saturday.
The Sharks' unbeaten record faces another stern test when they take on the Pumas at in Nelspruit on Friday.
Golden Lions head coach Johan Ackermann has named his 22-man squad to face the EP Kings in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.
Jaco Taute will make his first Currie Cup start for WP after he was named at centre for Saturday's match at the Blue Bulls.
Wallabies will be allowed overseas stints in the future in an attempt to keep their best talent, the ARU has confirmed.
Sharks coach Brand Macleod-Henderson has stuck largely with the same side for Friday clash with the Pumas in Nelspruit.
Griquas head coach Hawies Fourie has named an unchanged XV for their Currie Cup clash with the Free State Cheetahs in Kimberley on Saturday.
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