The Springboks have lifted their intensity in Buenos Aires as they look for their first Rugby Championship away victory in Argentina in Mendoza.
Last year the Springboks came from behind against the Pumas to earn a draw but they will start this weekend with confidence following their 73-13 victory last weekend in Soweto.
The South Africans have played three away matches in the The Rugby Championship and their best result was the 16-all draw against the Pumas as they lost 21-11 to the All Blacks and 26-19 to the Wallabies.
The Boks completed the long journey from Johannesburg to Buenos Aires via Sao Paulo in Brazil on Sunday and have been training at the San Isidro Club.
With no serious injury problems in the squad, the team lifted the intensity in preparations, with Lourens Adriaanse completing the squad of 26 players after joining them at their base in Buenos Aires on Monday evening.
The focus this week will be on further improvement and correcting the mistakes made in the 73-13 win over the Pumas at Soccer City. The Springboks also want to keep up their very good disciplinary record.
"I was very happy with our discipline - we conceded only four penalties against Argentina," said Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer.
"There has been a steady improvement on our on-field discipline in the June Tests and it's something we're really putting a lot of emphasis on.
"When you get a good win, you almost have to be more critical on your play and we learnt a lot from the match at Soccer City.
"We also wanted to be clinical, use our drive and tire them out before the replacements came on to make a massive impact. But we will keep our feet firmly on the ground. This Test is now something of the past and it's the next game that counts.
"We want to play well away from home as well and make a step up on tour. As a team, we know we can improve a lot. Last year we got six log points from our two matches against Argentina and we need to improve on that."
Commenting on the Pumas' first and only try in the final minutes of the Test at Soccer City, Springbok assistant coach John McFarland said: "We really pride ourselves on our defensive record and it would've been ideal if we did not concede that final try.
"But we are steadily improving this season, in terms of our physicality, our play at the breakdown and to use our defence as a weapon and score tries from turnovers. "
"I think that has been a real improvement this year - we have become quite good at scoring tries from turnovers."