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The Gloucester scrum-half admits the difficulty of raising morale for another tough clash but has called for Andy Robinson’s men to show the spirit of a warrior to test the Springboks to their limits.
“Every player in our 22-man squad is a warrior and we'll be looking to attack this weekend with a warrior's vigour,” said Lawson.
“There's a real togetherness and feeling that we're all accountable for results and performances.
“The guys who went out at the weekend had a good, hard look at themselves and everyone within our squad is hugely honest with themselves.
“Naturally, there was great disappointment and emotions ran pretty high after the game against the All Blacks.
“We set our standards higher than those we showed during the game.
“I don't believe we were overawed but perhaps we gave the All Blacks too much respect.
“You've got to be at your best to play the No.1 side in the world and we fell short.
“It's difficult to keep motivating yourself again and again and again when you're playing the best side in the world but I'll be asking for the players to do it against South Africa.
“They'll bring a huge, physical game to the table and we must adapt to different challenges and tailor our game to expose their defence.”