Despite scoring three tries against the world champions Scotland lost 51-22, with the concession of three converted tries in 10 first-half minutes decisive. Two years ago Robinson's men responded from a 49-3 loss to New Zealand by beating the then world champion Springboks 21-17 and the result must be repeated if Scotland are to have any hope of finishing the month in the world's top eight and thus claiming a favourable seeding for the December 3 2015 World Cup draw.
Robinson looking for better against Springboks
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