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Back the home teams

Where you should put your money in Super Rugby this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.


Back Cheetahs, Reds to win

Where you should put your money in Super Rugby this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.


Bet on Lions to beat Crusaders

Where you should put your money in Super Rugby this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.


Bet on Bulls and Sharks

Where you should put your money in Super Rugby this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.


Sharks are a smart bet

Where you should put your money in Super Rugby this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.


Go mad on Waratahs

Where you should put your money in Super Rugby this weekend, according to MARK KEOHANE.


Bet on Cheetahs, Stormers

MARK KEOHANE on where to put your money in this weekend's round of Super Rugby fixtures.


Win a million bucks!

There's R1-million up for grabs in the betflash.co.za Super Rugby predictor, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Put money on Bulls, Highlanders

This is the first full round of Super Rugby fixtures and there are always a few upsets, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Put money on big Sharks, Cheetahs wins

MARK KEOHANE expects the two home sides to make him some cash in Super Rugby on Saturday.


Put money on Wales to win

It's round two of the Six Nations this weekend and the potential banana skin is in Dublin where Ireland take on the defending champions Wales, writes MARK KEOHANE.


Back Les Bleus

MARK KEOHANE says you should put your money on France to beat England on Saturday, and go on to win the Six Nations.


Boks by 6, say bookies

The bookies reckon the Springboks will record their first victory in 16 years over a French side playing at home, writes GARY LEMKE.


Boks by 14, say bookies

The Springboks will match their average points difference against Scotland and Argentina are going to be the only southern hemisphere casualties among the major nations this weekend, writes GARY LEMKE.


Boks to win by 3, say bookies

Wales have beaten the Springboks once in 26 Tests. The bookies reckon the trend won't change at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday, writes GARY LEMKE.


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