Third in the world

The Boks leap up the charts from seventh thanks to that.

A night on the tiles in Bloemfontein to come before the third and final Test of the series down in Cape Town next Saturday.

We'll check you then.

Springboks win again!

They see out time inside their own 22 with ease and they've hit back again to see off England 23-12.

Duane Vermeulen reduced the arrears after the tourists had shot into an early 12-point lead, before a penalty try after the break helped seal a comfortable enough victory.

Boks are nearly there

79' They're on the way to a series win over the old enemy. Two minutes to play, two scores still in it.

A change of nines

76' Ivan van Zyl enters the fray in place of De Klerk.

And another error

72' Farrell offside now having never retreated after the ruck. Dozy again really and they're masterminding their own downfall here.

They get away with it this time, however, as Pollard slips the penalty kick wide. Oops.

Naughty boy

70' Another dim-witted piece of England play as Nathan Hughes is sent to the bin for playing the ball on the ground.

Right in front of the ref, right in front of linesman Glen Jackson. Oh and all of the TV cameras. What a pillock.

Great penalty win

67' It's Dyantyi again who hustles up to the breakdown, fantastic work rate.

The kick is right in front of the sticks and Pollard converts, as Kolisi is replaced by Stormers' team-mate Sikhumbuzo Notshe.

That's a let-off

64' De Allende has a surge for the line but he can't release the ball at the breakdown and England win a penalty a metre from their own line.

Two scores in it, the visitors breathing heavily.

Far too many English errors

61' Maro Itoje loses the ball forward in contact this time and they're killing all of their own momentum, which suits the Boks just fine.

Jesse Kriel is on for Lukhanyo Am, while we're at it.

No try England!

58' Shields goes over the line but the ball is knocked from his grasp by Franco Mostert.

Referee Poite initially awards the try but takes a second look just before Farrell sneakily drop-kicks the conversion.

As you were - we're back for another offside penalty.