Ollie le Roux says the Sharks need to trust their instincts if they're to overcome the Crusaders in Christchurch, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
Wyatt Crockett says the Crusaders forwards will have to be organised when trying to stop the Sharks' maul in Christchurch on Saturday.
Thomas du Toit looks set to continue in the Sharks front row this Saturday with news that injured Bok Beast Mtawarira did not make the journey to Christchurch.
Butch James says it won't be difficult for Pat Lambie to return to the Sharks' starting XV for their semi-final in Christchurch, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
Six Sharks forwards have played over 1,000 minutes of rugby in 2014 and will be hard-pressed to outlast a fresher Crusaders pack, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Dr Ross Tucker says the travel factor will make it difficult for the Sharks to beat the Crusaders in Christchurch, writes BRENTON CHELIN.
Jake White believes the Sharks can win in Christchurch for the second time this season.
The Sharks reached the Super Rugby semi-finals with a 31-27 win at Kings Park.
Frans Steyn's brilliant kicking and the power of the Sharks pack was the difference in a hard-fought 31-27 victory over the Highlanders. JON CARDINELLI reports.
The Sharks will approach their play-off qualifier against the Highlanders at Kings Park on Saturday as if it were a Test.
Frans Steyn has retained the Sharks No 10 jersey for their play-off qualifier against the Highlanders in Durban on Saturday with Pat Lambie among the substitutes.
The accuracy of the Sharks' tactical kicking will be the difference in a hard-fought scrap against the Highlanders this Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Sharks' kicking game and defence will determine whether they beat the Highlanders in Saturday's qualifier play-off, according to scrumhalf Charl McLeod.
Pat Lambie could start for the Sharks in their qualifier play-off against the Highlanders at Kings Park on Saturday despite not having played for four months.
Steve Walsh will referee the Sharks-Highlanders match in Durban on Saturday.
The Sharks need Frans Steyn to be the match-winner he should be against the Crusaders on Saturday, writes RYAN VREDE.
Jake White’s loyalty to and investment in his players have paid off handsomely for the Sharks, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.
A new halfback combination in Charl McLeod and Pat Lambie will lend the Sharks some much-needed stability in the crunch semi-final in Christchurch, writes JON CARDINELLI.
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