Australia face a selection dilemma ahead of the second and final Test against South Africa at the Wanderers Stadium starting today but Australian captain Michael Clarke believed his players would not suffer from the scars of their freak collapse to 47 all out in the first Test in Cape Town last week.
"We got rid of them once we left the change room. We had a really long chat after the game and made a pact to each other that once we left the ground we were going to look to this Test match.
"All the guys have trained well over the last couple of days... we've got to have a red-hot crack to win this game and level the series."
Clarke also dropped a strong hint that teenage fast bowler Pat Cummins might earn a first Test cap.