The New Zealand cricketers are aiming for a one-day series victory in South Africa, something they've never achieved.
After yesterday's one wicket win over the Proteas in the opening match in Paarl, the Black Caps have some confidence heading into game two in Kimberley on Wednesday morning.
New Zealand have only won three ODIs out of 19 in South Africa against the home side.
Yesterday's man-of-the-match James Franklin says they enjoyed the taste of success, but he realises they'll have to continue to work hard to get another win.
South Africa will be without captain AB de Villiers for the remaining two matches after he was suspended for a slow over rate in yesterday morning's match.