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Embrose Papier will make his first Test start when the Springboks take on Scotland at Murrayfield this weekend after coach Rassie Erasmus awarded the youngster the No 9 jersey.
Faf de Klerk’s unavailability due to club commitments allows the 21-year-old Papier to win his sixth cap.
Lock RG Snyman is the only other change to the starting lineup from the side that beat France 29-26 in Paris last weekend.
Snyman replaces Pieter-Steph du Toit in the second row‚ with the latter moving to flank due to Warren Whiteley falling out with a calf muscle injury.
Lock Eben Etzebeth has not overcome a foot injury and was not considered. Duane Vermeulen returns to No8, while Du Toit is back to a position where he shone this year.
Scrumhalf Ivan van Zyl and lock Lood de Jager return to the bench after both missing the France clash after featuring in the 12-11 loss to England two weeks ago.
"Unfortunately Eben is still not fully fit and this gives RG Snyman another great opportunity to start against ...
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