'It's going to be spectacle of a match, I am optimistic and positive about it'
Rugby's biggest game takes place tomorrow, as the Springboks clash against England in the Rugby World Cup final.
Africa Malene on 702Breakfast chats to Springboks player and Lions captain Warren Whiteley to give more insight on tomorrow's game.
Whiteley says he has a feeling that the final will be a fantastic contest.
It is going to be a spectacle of a match, I am just more optimistic and positive about it. I believe the team has it in them to emerge victoriously.Warren Whiteley, Springboks player and Lions captain
He says the Springboks strength, can nullify England's strength.
Being the underdogs is not a bad place to be and Rassie Erasmus and his team must sit back and enjoy that tag and go into this game with nothing to lose.Warren Whiteley, Springboks player and Lions captain
Listen below to the full conversation:
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