Royal Garden Hotel, London, England. 14th November, 2014.
1. 00:00 Jean De Villiers.
2. 00:07 SOUNDBITE: (English) Jean De Villiers, South Africa captain (on the fact no English player in Saturday's has ever beaten the Springboks):
"I think what comes through in those tough situations is your instinct. And I am sure a lot of those guys have won tough games - whether it be at international level or at club level throughout their careers. The fact that it will just be a team in green jerseys against them - I don't know if that will make a big difference. Just from personal experience, a big part of our group never experienced beating the All Blacks and we managed to do that earlier this year. So, it's the whole thing about records. They are there to be broken. We certainly don't want them to do that! And we have our own goals set out. There's a lot on the line and lets hope it makes for a great game tomorrow (Saturday)."
3. 01:04 Cutaway talking to journalist.
4. 01:14 SOUNDBITE: (English) Jean De Villiers, South Africa captain (on England's recent record):
"I think they (England) are probably the team who have evolved the most and improved the most. And you look back at that year, and the four games that we played each other, narrowly won the first two in South Africa, drew the third and beat them by one point in the last game so there's not much between the two teams and I think they are a very different beast now in 2014. New players coming in. Still there's experience within that squad. So, I think that the mix that they have there is pretty good - and obviously Stuart Lancaster is a guy that believes, or what I have read, he believes in the team culture and that's very important from our point of you as well."
5. 02:18 Cutaway wide.
6. 02:22 Cutaway pull focus of De Villiers.
7. 02:27 SOUNDBITE: (English) Jean De Villiers, South Africa captain (on recent spate of South African sporting deaths):
"We've lost two rugby players and three other sportsman - one being the national captain of the football side to a very tragic death. It again creates an opportunity where we can unite the country and hopefully by the way that we perform - bring joy and hope. And i think that's why a last week's performance (against Ireland) - it just hurt a little but more because we did put all of that on our shoulders and I don't think we delivered. in that regard. So we did let our country down and ourselves down and we are going out to hopefully rectify that tomorrow."