Rugby union: England assistant coach Graham Rowntree delivered a passionate rallying cry before tomorrow's Twickenham showdown with South Africa and vowed: "We are out to put a few things right."
England have not beaten the Springboks in 10 Tests dating back to 2006 and they go into this encounter fuelled by the hurt of two near misses.
Rowntree felt England should have beaten Australia last week and should have beaten the Springboks in the third Test of the summer tour, which ended in a 14-14 draw in Port Elizabeth.
"We are still hurting from last week. We lost and we are not happy about it," said Rowntree today. "It was a game we should have won."
Tom Wood returns to the England team as one of six changes from the 20-14 defeat to Australia.
He, Alex Corbisiero, Joe Launchbury and Ben Morgan have been charged with bringing steel to an England pack that was second best to the Wallabies for an hour.
The forecast is for wind and rain, which further validates the selection of Mike Brown on the wing to counter South Africa's kicking game.
Brown, who has replaced specialist finisher Charlie Sharples, is a rock under the high ball and he offers a long-ranger left-footed kicking option.
Wales have an equally tough challenge at the Millennium Stadium in the shape of world champions New Zealand and plan a "high risk, high reward" approach.
Interim coach Rob Howley said: "It's about that belief and confidence and players believing that we can actually play rugby against New Zealand.
"When you are playing against the world's best side, every minute counts. It is important to dominate territory and possession early on."
Scotland's Kyle Traynor will start for the first time, three years after his last cap, in today's Test with Tonga in Aberdeen after Ryan Grant was ruled out with a calf injury.
That takes the number of changes from the Springbok defeat to six.