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Australian-born Burton has been given the nod to start at fly-half against Wales this weekend but with wing Bergamasco making his first start of the competition having recovered from a shoulder injury sustained at last year’s World Cup, he may resume the kicking duties in Cardiff.
Nonetheless, the Racing Metro flyer, who will win his 85th cap at the Millennium Stadium, believes Botes and Burton have had to deal with difficult circumstances.
"I don't think Burton and Toby have done badly, you have to look at the state of the pitch and many other things," said Bergamasco.
"Against England there was snow and they were difficult positions, Toby hit the bar (against Ireland) from a difficult position.
"Kris hasn't messed up much so far. We mustn't point the finger at the kickers we have now.
"We're working hard every day to try to do well every weekend.
"The important thing is to have competition between three or four kickers and on Saturday our kicking must be better."