After losing 12-3 at the half-time break, the hosts felt that they had been unfairly treated by a series of referees calls in the first Test. They lost 22-17.

Rassie Erasmus, Springboks head coach, criticized officials on social media following the first Test. This has heightened tension leading up to this clash. The hosts made a few key changes to their starting lineup with Jasper Wiese, Vincent Koch, and Marco van Staden all drafting in.

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Conor Murray, Chris Harris and Mako Vunipola are also ready to go for tourists. Taulupe Faletau was selected on the bench, while Hamish Watson was left out of the Lions’ 23.

The clash is expected to be intense with all the stakes for the Springboks. You can follow our guide to learn how you can stream South Africa v British & Irish Lions 2nd Test live stream from anywhere in the world.

South Africa v British & Irish Lions 2nd Test: Where and When?

This match will take place at Cape Town Stadium, Cape Town, South Africa, on Saturday, July 31,

Kick-off will take place at 6pm SAST (local time) so it’s a 5pm BST kick-off for people tuning in from the UK, and a 12pm ET/9am PT start to those who are in the US. It’s a Sunday morning kickoff at 2am AEST for Rugby fans down under.

This is everything you need to know before the second test.

When is the match?

The Springboks will take on the Lions at 5pm BST Saturday 31 July in Johannseburg, at the FNB Stadium.

It is available from where?

The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Rugby and subscribers can stream it via the Sky Go app.

What is team news?

Three changes have been made by the Lions to their starting XV. Chris Harris, Conor Murray and Mako Vunipola are now in. The approval of a concussion specialist will determine if Dan Biggar will be allowed to play fly-half.

South Africa follows suit with three changes. Frans Malherbe and Steven Kitshoff both in as pros and Jasper Wiese is at No8. Marco van Staden replaces RynhardtElstadt as loose forward coverage for Ox Nche.

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Which teams are there?

Springboks: 15. Willie le Roux, 14. Cheslin Kolbe 13. Lukhanyo Am 12. Damian de Allende, 11. Makazole Mapimpi, 10. Handre Pollard, 9. Faf de Klerk, 1. Steven Kitshoff, 2. Bongi Mbonambi, 3. Frans Malherbe, 4. Eben Etzebeth, 5. Franco Mostert, 6. Siya Kolisi (capt), 7. Pieter-Steph du Toit, 8. Jasper Wiese.

Replacements: 16. Malcolm Marx, 17. Trevor Nyakane, 18. Vincent Koch, 19. Lood de Jager, 20. Marco van Staden, 21. Kwagga Smith, 22. Herschel Jantjies, 23. Damian Willemse.

Lions: 15. Stuart Hogg, 14. Anthony Watson, 13. Chris Harris, 12. Robbie Henshaw, 11. Duhan van der Merwe, 10. Dan Biggar, 9. Conor Murray 1. Mako Vunipola 2. Luke Cowan-Dickie, 3. Tadhg Furlong 4. Maro Itoje, 5. Alun Wyn Jones (captain), 6. Courtney Lawes 7. Tom Curry, 8. Jack Conan.

How to view Lions online and on TV

TheTour of the British & Irish Lions 2021Live broadcast will take place onSky SportsThis summer, TV and online will be available but there will also be strong terrestrial coverage.

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Sky has the rights to broadcast every Test against Springboks as well as all tour matches in South Africa.Warm-up fixture against Japan at MurrayfieldOn Saturday, 26 June, the film will be shownChannel 4This marks the return of Lions Rugby to terrestrial TV, almost 30 years after its last appearance.

Sky customers will have access to all Sky Go games online and mobile once the Lions arrive in South Africa. You can alsoSky Sports month or day pass available for purchaseGet it now.

Channel 4 will also show highlights from Test matches and warm-up fixtures on its streaming service.All 4.

Indeed, if the players who survived the New Zealand series thought that was tough then just wait until they see what Gatland has in store for them this summer.

The head coach has many options and will make use of them all during this tour. Ken Owens and Jamie George are fighting for the hooker spot. Mako Vunipola, Wyn Jones, and Maro Itoje may be preferred as props. Maro Itoje’s position in the second row is almost certain after Alun Wyn, captain of the squad, withdrew following a shoulder injury. Gatland also has an embarrassing array to choose from for the backs.

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Although there are fewer games during the week than usual, Gatland insists that all his players will have the chance to shine before Springboks arrive.

He said, “If you were completely focused on the Tests you might not engage with it but we believe it’s so essential that all players get the opportunity to start early.”

“I have often spoken of the harmony in the squad and the need for everyone to feel that they are given a chance. We believe it’s vital. Ex-players know that when you play in those first games, it feels like you are selling your soul.

It’s very much in line with our thinking. Everyone should feel that they are a part of this and that there is an opportunity for them to participate.

Gatland stated that there would be no fans for a Lions tour. He also said that “there’s a hint or sadness that we won’t have fans” and that they won’t see the same sea of red you associate with Lions tours. It will be the down side of it.

“Hopefully, the rugby will do the talking. We need to connect with our fans back home as much possible through social media and make them feel as involved as possible.”