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Five must-haves for Round 13


  • 08 May 2014
Sarel Pretorius on the run against the Sharks Sarel Pretorius on the run against the Sharks

The Fantasy Rugby Scout on who you should have in your Super Rugby team this weekend.

BEAUDEN BARRETT
Forget the kicking points, Barrett has scored five tries and claimed three assists, that's the third highest behind Israel Folau and Robbie Coleman. It also means he's the highest scoring player in the game, and he's taking on the Rebels this week.

MALAKAI FEKITOA
If you don't own him yet, now is the time to buy him. Five tries and two assists so far and with the Highlanders welcoming the Lions he'll be hungry for more.

AARON SMITH
Outscoring Ben for the moment on four tries and four assists Aaron is challenging Nic White and TJ Perenara for your starting scrumhalf spot.

WILLIE LE ROUX
The Cheetahs welcome the Force to Bloemfontein and Le Roux will be keen to show the Honey Badger why the ratel is a South African animal.

SAREL PRETORIUS
Super Sarel has managed three tries and three assists so far this season but he's cemented his scrumhalf spot and could be a good bet for yours.

Photo: Sabelo Mngoma/BackpagePix

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