"Whatever we get will put us in a good position to possibly win this match‚” he said after returning with career best figures of 6/37 after 14 overs.
A whooping 15 wickets tumbled to fast bowlers on the first day on the Centurion pitch that produced bounce and Olivier said he expects the cracks to open on the deck in the remaining four days.
“15 wickets in a day is quite interesting‚" he said.
"The wicket is playing quite well and I think the only thing is the extra bounce and there are a few cracks that will open a bit as the game goes.
"I was disappointed with my first two overs because my lines where a bit too short and I gave a little bit of width.
“I was a bit nervous as well coming back to play for the national team after a while with a lots of people watching.