Listen: Xolani Gwala spoke to EWN Sport's Jean Smyth in London ahead of the match.
As the Springboks prepare to take on the US in their final Pool B match of the Rugby World Cup, Heyneker Meyer’s side will be looking to finish the pool stages on a high.
South Africa goes into the game off the back of wins over Samoa and Scotland and a shock loss to Japan in the opening game.
A win tonight would guarantee the Boks a top spot in the pool ahead of the Scots and the Japanese.
The Springboks must win the match if they are to finish top of their group and fans at the stadium say failure is not an option.
A win today means the Boks book themselves a 10-day break as they wait to see the outcome against Wales and Australia.