Kurt Coleman returns from injury to take the No.10 jersey from Dillyn Leyds, who moves to the left wing.
That means Seabelo Senatla drops to the bench where he is joined by Juan de Jongh.
Asked about his change at flyhalf for the Kings Park clash, coach Fleck says it will add more organisation strength to counter Sharks’ kicking game and boost their threat from the back.
He says: “For this weekend we wanted Kurt to come back in and for Dillyn to drop back from an organisational point of view. There are various threats the Sharks pose. We feel that they have a very strong kicking game.
“And we have Dillyn at the back there, he is one of our main organisers. That had a large part to do with it and of course Kurt in back from injury, we have a settled flyhalf back in the position.
He is a general and he likes to control the game. He has a solid kicking game. He’s communication is excellent. He can run the game for us.
“Dillyn will cover at flyhalf. He gives us believe that he can do that going forward. And it allows us to put some exciting backs on the bench.”
Fleck stuck to his forwards department that got the better of the Blues last week and he reckons the first-time Springbok and SA A call-ups for the likes of Leyds and Ramone Samuels has boosted the gees.
He adds: “The pack is against another big pack. And they did pretty well against the Blues last week. So no changes there. The call-ups for the players has really lifted the squad and now it’s back to business.”