Springboks seek continuity

Heyneke Meyer has made just one forced change to the side which beat Argentina.

Bryan Habana celebrates with the crowd after the Springboks' record winning performance against Argentina in Johannesburg.

CAPE TOWN - Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has opted for continuity in selection for the second Rugby Championship test against Argentina in Mendoza on Saturday.

Jano Vermaak replaces Fourie du Preez on the bench from the side that thrashed Los Pumas 73-13 in Johannesburg last weekend.

Du Preez is unavailable for the away legs of the tournament due to club commitments in Japan.

Meyer says that despite last week's drubbing, there's no chance that Argentina will be that poor on home soil.

"We know Argentina is a proud nation. We have a lot of respect for their rugby and we expect a tough game on Saturday."

In the corresponding fixture in 2012, Los Pumas held the Springboks to a 16-16 draw.

Meanwhile, the All Blacks have named Tom Taylor at fly half as the only forced change to their side for their second game against Australia.

He makes his debut and is selected over Colin Slade, while the Wallabies made one forced change on the bench with Scott Fardy in for the injured Hugh McMeniman.

The All Blacks beat the Wallabies 47 - 29 in the first test last Saturday.