MARK KEOHANE on where to put your money in this weekend's round of Super Rugby fixtures.
There's R1-million up for grabs in the betflash.co.za Super Rugby predictor, writes MARK KEOHANE.
This is the first full round of Super Rugby fixtures and there are always a few upsets, writes MARK KEOHANE.
MARK KEOHANE expects the two home sides to make him some cash in Super Rugby on Saturday.
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.
MARK KEOHANE says you should put your money on France to beat England on Saturday, and go on to win the Six Nations.
The bookies reckon the Springboks will record their first victory in 16 years over a French side playing at home, writes GARY LEMKE.
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.
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.
Western Province are the bookies' favourites to retain the Currie Cup in front of their home fans, writes GARY LEMKE.
Not surprisingly, the bookies reckon it will be a Currie Cup final at Newlands with Western Province playing the Sharks, writes GARY LEMKE.
There will be victories this weekend for the Pumas, Lions, Cheetahs and Sharks, according to the bookmakers, writes GARY LEMKE.
The Springboks, Argentina, the Sharks, Western Province and the Cheetahs are all favourites to win this weekend, writes GARY LEMKE.
The Springboks will win at Newlands, but watch out for a fast start by Australia, reckons GARY LEMKE.
The bookies are backing the three Currie Cup hosts to win this weekend's matches, writes GARY LEMKE.
The Sharks have been outstanding in the first month of Vodacom Super Rugby, writes MARK KEOHANE.
The individual performances of several big-name players headlined an otherwise uninspiring round of Vodacom Super Rugby, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Increasingly the decision to expand Vodacom Super Rugby in 2016 is looking like a decision to grow an enormous mediocre monster, writes RYAN VREDE.
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