Brumbies coach Jake White has named an unchanged team to play the Bulls in their Super Rugby Semi-final match at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday.
The Brumbies reached the Super Rugby Semi-finals by beating the Cheetahs 15-13 in Canberra but face the Bulls at Loftus this week where the home side have yet to lose this year.
It's been nine years since the club last tasted finals rugby and Head Coach Jake White said his team would be taking its opportunity.
"The Bulls present us with a huge challenge this weekend. We know they will play through their forwards and use Morne (Steyn) to finish with points," White said.
"They have a good record here at Loftus and for our players to experience running on in front of a full house of more than 50,000 people will be fantastic.
"They are a typical South African side, very big and physical with some quality finishers out wide so itís up to our players to combat that with our own game."
The match against with the Bulls is the second time the Brumbies have faced off against the Pretorians this season. In round seven the Brumbies narrowly avoided a draw when they were awarded a penalty after the siren, eventually winning 23-20.
Last time the Brumbies played at Loftus was in April 2012 when despite outscoring the Bulls five tries to two, the Brumbies still went down 36-34. Steyn booted 23 points that night - including seven penalties - leaving the Brumbies under no illusion as to how important infringements will be in this upcoming fixture.
Along with the Brumbies who have a record of winning seven from eight finals matches at home since 1997, the Bulls have emerged as another side difficult to move during post-season rugby and are undefeated at home with five from five.
Should the Crusaders be able to knock over the Chiefs on Saturday night, the winner of the Brumbies v Bulls encounter will host the Final next Saturday night.
1. Scott Sio , 2. Stephen Moore , 3. Ben Alexander , 4. Scott Fardy , 5. Sam Carter , 6. Peter Kimlin , 7. George Smith , 8. Ben Mowen (c) , 9. Nic White , 10. Matt Toomua , 11. Clyde Rathbone , 12. Christian Lealiifano , 13. Tevita Kuridrani , 14. Henry Speight , 15. Jesse Mogg
Replacements: 16. Siliva Siliva , 17. Ruan Smith , 18. Fotu Auelua , 19. Colby Faingaa , 20. Ian Prior , 21. Andrew Smith , 22. Joe Tomane