WALES’ captain is looking for his side to give as good as they get in the final test decider against the Springboks.

Wayne Pivac’s side levelled the series with a 13-12 win in Bloemfontein, with a late try from replacement Josh Adams being converted by Gareth Anscombe securing a first Welsh win on South Africa soil.

Dan Biggar, Dillon Lewis and Alex Cuthbert went off injured in the second test, but Biggar and Lewis have recovered to start again in Cape Town.

And speaking ahead of the match, Biggar said Wales won’t be backing down from the challenge as they look to win the series against the world champions.

“We certainly didn’t want to come here and just lie down and roll the carpet out for the Springboks,” he said.

“Not taking a step back and backing down from the challenge. I’ve really enjoyed that side and enjoyed what the team have done in terms of not giving an inch.

“I’d be disappointed if we were any softer than we have been.

“Whenever we play South Africa, we feel like we don’t want to give them too much to come and hit or too much to try and get their teeth sunk into early doors and assert their dominance.

“We’ve always felt like we want to play the game in the right part of the field. If you do that, then you limit the number of chances you give the Springboks to come and get that driving line out game, the set piece game and the power game going.

“I think that’s probably why we’re always in with a shout against them and we have a decent record, because we’re trying to fight fire with fire and certainly not put ourselves under any unnecessary pressure.

“They’re going to want us to try and do that and force errors and play the game in our end as opposed to in their own half.

“For us it’s about being disciplined and putting in an 80 minute performance. We’ve been really good in the first couple of tests. We haven’t given the Springboks too many cheap points.

“We’re hoping if we’re as clinical as we have been in the last couple of weeks then we’re going to be in with a shout.

“We feel like we’ve been fairly comfortable in terms of what they’ve thrown at us, but ultimately when they turn the power on and you spend a lot of time in your own half, against this team you get punished.

“It’s about making sure that we keep the ball on the park as often as we can and we nullify their line out game, which obviously comes down to discipline.

“If we can keep penalties down to anything 10 or under then you’re in with a real shout of winning the game.

“At Cape Town Stadium, we played there last year and it was really soulless without a crowd so hopefully with a capacity crowd in and everything on the line, it’ll be a great occasion.”