The Springboks’ 28 year old skipper Siya Kolisi will earn his 50th Test cap in Saturday’s Rugby World Cup final against England in Yokohama. He made his debut in 2013 against Scotland in Nelspruit. He was given the full-time Bok captaincy in 2018 when Rassie Erasmus replaced Allister Coetzee as national coach. A serious knee injury threatened his 2019 rugby world cup campaign, however he recovered just in time to lead the team as they look to secure their 3rd world cup title. Kick-off on Saturday is at 11:00 (SA time).