Excitement ahead of Wallabies clash

The Springboks are the favourites ahead of the game against Australia at Newlands.

Australia head coach Ewen McKenzie addresses the media in Cape Town on 26 September 2013. Picture: Aletta Gardner/EWN

CAPE TOWN - The anticipation is building up ahead of Saturday's rugby Test between South Africa and Australia at Newlands, Cape Town.

The Springboks are favourites to win the match with many tipping South Africa to win with a four try bonus point.

Even Wallaby coach Ewen McKenzie says that is all he has seen in the news this week.

"I've read that the Springboks are going to beat us this weekend, so we've taken note of that. We're looking forward to the opportunity."

Wallaby flyhalf Quade Cooper says he always enjoys playing in South Africa, particularly in Cape Town.

"The crowd and atmosphere in Newlands is always something to look forward to. South Africa always appreciates a good game of rugby, and they obviously love the Springboks."

The Wallabies last won a game in Newlands in 1992.

Kick-off is at 5pm on Saturday.