If anyone knows any exorcists, one Andrew Strauss would like their number because there is a beast of a job in Centurion to banish Supersport Park of the demons which await England's batsmen on the fifth day of the first Test against South Africa.
Compare and contrast Hashim Amla's dismissal with Andrew Strauss' - all within the space of 30 minutes. Set a highly unlikely target of 364 to win, England will need to summon the rearguard spirit of Cardiff 09 as well as Johannesburg 95 if they are to remain level in this series.
Sunday could be the defining day in one Ian Ronald Bell's career - a belligerent innings here and all could almost be forgiven. Collingwood, another Cardiff hero, can block until the hippos come home while Pietersen will entertain no matter what the match situation is. A swift 50 from the former England captain and anything is possible.
But realistically, South Africa expect nothing less than a victory. Morne Morkel's late spell on Saturday was nothing short of vicious while Makhaya Ntini and Friedel de Wet will bother England's batsmen with a barrage of the short stuff.
Throw in the grenades of Paul Harris and it's a huge ask for England. But it's not impossible, is it?
Let's have your thoughts...