The hotly-contested four-match Test series between South Africa and Australia resumes as the teams head to Newlands for the third game tied at 1-1, live on Sky Sports Cricket from 8.30am on Thursday.
Kasigo Rabada, having already taken 15 wickets in the series, will play after his two-match ban was overturned on appeal.
The world No 1 Test bowler had been banned after receiving three demerit points for an alleged shoulder charge on Australian captain Steve Smith in the second innings of the Test at Port Elizabeth.
His punishment was reduced to one point, leaving him with seven accumulated demerit points and just under the threshold for a two-match ban.
Seamers from both teams have played a starring role in the series as Mitchell Starc inspired the visitors to a convincing 118-run victory in the first Test in Durban before Rabada's 11-wicket haul helped the hosts to a six-wicket win in the second Test.
Smith admitted his confusion over the reduction in penalty of Rabada and the ICC's stance.
"They've obviously decided what's deliberate contact and what's not and apparently it wasn't," he said. "The ICC have set the standard, haven't they? There was clearly contact out in the middle.
"I certainly won't be telling my bowlers to go out there and after you take a wicket go and get in their space. I don't think that is on and part of the game. But the standard has been set."
However, spinner Nathan Lyon said his side had no issues the decision.
"As Australian cricketers, we always want to play against the best players in the world and KG [Rabada] is the No 1 bowler in the world," Lyon said.
And, South African captain Faf Du Plessis insister common sense had prevailed, saying: "It's good for the game.
"I don't see a problem with having a fair system where a neutral guy sits and makes a decision after listening to both parties. There should be a fair process."
With Temba Bavuma and Morne Morkel fit, South Africa could look to return to their form players while Australia are likely to be unchanged after Starc recovered from a sore calf and Mitchell Marsh was declared fit after suffering a groin injury in the previous Test.
South Africa captain - Faf du Plessis on selection dilemmas
"We have a lot of confidence in Temba, he has not had a lot of cricket recently but the quality is there and it is a good ground for him.
"Lungi (Ngidi) bowled really well in the previous game, but he has got a bit of a toe problem. If he is not 100 percent then it is not a difficult decision.
"The first priority will be to try and get those balances if there are injuries or stuff that don't play a part.
"But there are also always exceptions and horses for courses. It is important for me to always have that in the back of my mind."
South Africa: Faf du Plessis, Aiden Markram, Dean Elgar, Hashim Amla, AB de Villiers, Temba Bavuma, Quinton de Kock, Vernon Philander, Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Morne Morkel
Australia: Steve Smith, Cameron Bancroft, David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Shaun Marsh, Mitchell Marsh, Tim Paine, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood
Watch the third Test between South Africa and Australia. Day one coverage begins at 8am on Thursday morning on Sky Sports Cricket.