Francois Louw returns to the Springboks starting line-up when they take on Samoa in the final match of the Castle Lager Incoming Series at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Saturday.
Louw was given last weekend off to get married, and is one of three changes to the side that beat Scotland.
The injured Arno Botha is replaced on the flank by Willem Alberts, who has been struggling with a side strain.
Alberts, who has been training with the team this week, will have to pass a fitness test on Friday to prove that he has recovered fully from his injury. If he is not passed fit to play Samoa, Siya Kolisi will start in his place and Marcell Coetzee will be included on the bench.
The third and final change to the starting line-up is at lock, where the giant Flip van der Merwe comes in for Juandré Kruger.
"Francois was always going to be back this week and Willem has been our first-choice ball carrier, so it's been good to have them back on the training field," said Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer.
"I'm happy that we've been able to keep some form of continuity during these Tests, especially in the backline, where a number of exciting new players have come in and put up their hands during Vodacom Super Rugby and in the last two weeks."
Meyer said the match against Samoa will be a proper test for his squad:
"They have a strong squad and have benefited from having their best players compete in Vodacom Super Rugby and at the top club level in Europe, but our focus is on putting in an improved performance from last week," said Meyer.
Springbok team to face Samoa
15 Willie le Roux
14 Bryan Habana
13 JJ Engelbrecht
12 Jean de Villiers (captain) / Jan Serfontein
11 Bjorn Basson
10 Morné Steyn
9 Ruan Pienaar
8 Pierre Spies
7 Willem Alberts / Siya Kolisi
6 Francois Louw
5 Flip van der Merwe
4 Eben Etzebeth
3 Jannie du Plessis
2 Adriaan Strauss
1 Tendai Mtawarira
16 Bismarck du Plessis
17 Trevor Nyakane
18 Coenie Oosthuizen
19 Juandré Kruger
20 Siya Kolisi / Marcell Coetzee
21 Piet van Zyl
22 Pat Lambie
23 Jan Serfontein