The Springboks arrived in Argentina on Sunday afternoon in high spirits but expecting a "massive battle" against Argentina's Pumas who will enjoy massive home support in their second Test of The Rugby Championship.
The match will be Argentina's first home match in the Rugby Championship which will bring an end to years of isolation from international tournament rugby in South American country.
Springbok captain Jean de Villiers said the team is looking forward to their rematch with Argentina in Mendoza after winning the first Test in Cape Town on Saturday by 27-6.
De Villiers is one of only two players that are left from the team that last played the Pumas in a Test in Argentina, in 2005, the other being Bryan Habana.
“The travel has been good, we got some sleep on the flight and we 're happy to be here in Argentina," said De Villiers.
“We will review the first Test on Monday and see where we are injury wise and then start preparing for Saturday 's game.
“It will be the Pumas ' first game in this new competition at home, so they will be out to prove a point."
"We know it will be tough and they will be emotionally and mentally up for it, so we will be prepared for massive battle on Saturday."
The Springboks suffered a major blow in the first Test against Argentina as Bismarck du Plessis suffered a serious knee ligament injury which has ruled him out indefinitely and he has already been replace by Sharks hooker Craig Burden.