The Toyota Cheetahs team for Saturday's Vodacom Super Rugby match against the Chiefs in Hamilton shows one change from last week, with Sarel Pretorius in for Piet van Zyl at scrumhalf.
Pretorius returned to South Africa at the conclusion of Vodacom Super Rugby last year, when he still played for the Waratahs in Australia.
Van Zyl is on the bench for this match against the defending champions in the Waikato Stadium, along with two new faces whom did not play against The Sharks last weekend.
Ligtoring Landman comes in as reserve lock for the injured Waltie Vermeulen, while Riaan Smit is the back-up flyhalf, with Elgar Watts ruled out with an injury.
The Toyota Cheetahs' pack is unchanged from their 22-29 defeat to the KwaZulu-Natalians.
Toyota Cheetahs: Hennie Daniller, Willie le Roux, Johann Sadie, Robert Ebersohn, Raymond Rhule, Johan Goosen, Sarel Pretorius, Philip van der Walt, Lappies Labuschagne, Frans Viljoen, Francois Uys, Lood de Jager, Lourens Adriaanse, Adriaan Strauss (captain), Trevor Nyakane. Replacements: Ryno Barnes, Coenie Oosthuizen, Ligtoring Landman, Boom Prinsloo, Piet van Zyl, Riaan Smit, Ryno Benjamin.