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THE British and Irish Lions will be looking for a marked improvement in their overall performance when they clash with the Golden Lions today.
The game at Ellis Park Stadium in Johannesburg is the second fixture of this year's 10-match tour of South Africa.
Ian McGeechan's men were far from convincing in their opener against a Royal XV in Rustenburg at the weekend, sealing the victory only late in the match after tries by replacement lock Alun-Wyn Jones and Ronan O'Gara.
McGeechan admits the hosts will pose several different challenges for his side.
Golden Lions skipper Cobus Grobbelaar said he was expecting a ferocious battle at the breakdowns.
Ireland's Brian O'Driscoll will captain a radically overhauled British and Irish Lions squad including five newcomers to the red-shirted ranks.
Stephen Jones, David Wallace, Phil Vickery and Gethin Jenkins are all filling key roles in the side. - Sapa-AFP