Brace yourselves for some high-octane, car crash rugby from Durban tomorrow when the ultra-physical Springboks take on Stuart Lancaster's England who look for a first win in South Africa since 2000.
King's Park will be throbbing as the Boks look to smash a young, inexperienced and changed England side who will start the test brimming with confidence after an impressive Six Nations campaign which included stunning wins in Paris and against Ireland.
With the likes of Ben Foden, Chris Ashton and Mike Brown as a new-look back three the men in white would like to run with the ball, but we all know these chances will be few and far between.
Instead expect a multitude of high balls reigning down on them, followed closely by a lumbering Bok in their faces. Brown has been picked partly because winger David Strettle is injured, but only partly. His form all season with the English champions has demanded a test call up, and his booming left foot and confidence under the high ball could be used to good effect in Durban, Jo'burg and Port Elizabeth.
Manu Tuilagi and Brad Barritt compose a solid midfield, while South Africa away will represent Owen Farrell's biggest examination to date in a still fledgling rugby career. So far, it has to be said, he has passed each test with a commendation.
In the pack Exeter's Tom Johnson gets his chance at blindside with the likes of Tom Wood, Tom Croft and Courtney Lawes all injured, which is just reward both for the 29-year-old and for Exeter after an excellent season.
Joe Marler also gets to win his first cap at loose head with Alex Corbierso injured. Like his Quins teammate Brown, the colourful prop may well have received the selectors' nod in any case, so good has his form been. At 21 he has a big future, especially as he has worked on his temperament, although the gnarled South African front row will be putting that to the test.
This will undoubtedly be a major step up for England after the Six Nations. In Morne Steyn the Boks have a stand off who will kick everything between the posts, and Francois Steyn who can convert and drop goals from inside the English half.
Discipline will be key here to stop the score line mounting. It is hard to predict an English win under the circumstances, but as South Africa have had five days to prepare for this test after their Super 15 requirements, and are under new management led by former Bulls and Leicester Tigers coach Heyneke Meyer this may represent England's best chance to beat the Springboks.
A win for England and this three test series could be a belter. A loss and it may prove to be a long three weeks.