The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Marc Lewis, EWN sports reporter and presenter of SportsTalk.
Lewis gives five reasons why he believes the Springboks will move on to win the World Cup.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Jean de Villiers’ injury is a blessing in disguise.— Marc Lewis
The Springboks know how to win World Cups; unlike the Proteas.— Marc Lewis
Our second row is incredible.— Marc Lewis
We like playing in England. The conditions suit us. And the fact that they are out means we won’t have to play them in a final at home.— Marc Lewis
Fourie du Preez is a World Cup winner. He is our most important player and the most important reason why I believe we’ll win the World Cup.— Marc Lewis
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