South Africa and Argentina play each other in the bronze final at London's Olympic Stadium on Friday (30 October), with both sides hoping to end their Rugby World Cup campaigns on a high.
The Springboks just fell short in the semi-final clash with New Zealand, succumbing to a 20-18 defeat at Twickenham. Coach Heyneke Meyer has decided to only make two changes for the match, with Victor Matfield replacing Lood de Jager in his final international rugby appearance and Ruan Pienaar taking the spot of injured scrum-half Fourie du Preez.
Argentina, meanwhile, will be looking to make amends after this dazzling World Cup campaign was brought to a shuddering halt in their 29-15 defeat against Australia at Twickenham. The Pumas beat the Springboks for the first time in 2015, a 37-25 win away in Durban during the Rugby Championship, and will be looking to equal the third-place finish they secured at the 2007 Rugby World Cup in France.
But with nothing but pride to play for, most eyes will be on one man: Bryan Habana. The 32-year-old South Africa wing is currently level with New Zealand's Jonah Lomu on 15 tries scored at a World Cup and will be aiming to become the outright leading try scorer in Rugby World Cup history on 30 October.
In this video, IBTimes UK sports editor Nick Howson previews the match and gives his predictions on who will emerge victorious
South Africa vs Argentina kicks off at 8pm GMT on 30 October. Live coverage is available on ITV HD and BBC Radio 5 Live.