THE MONEY MAN is putting R2,500 on the Lions to beat the Crusaders in Saturday's Super Rugby final at Ellis Park. Here are five reasons why ...
THE MONEY MAN will be betting on the Hurricanes to beat the Lions in Saturday's Super Rugby semi-final at Ellis Park.
THE MONEY MAN is betting on the All Blacks to lead the Lions at half-time in Auckland, and then go on to win the match and series.
THE MONEY MAN is putting R1,000 on the Stormers to beat the Blues by one point or more at Newlands on Friday night.
THE MONEY MAN is backing the Hurricanes to end the Crusaders' 10-match unbeaten start to the season with a victory in Christchurch on Saturday.
THE MONEY MAN is putting R250 on the Sunwolves to not lose by 39 or more points to the Crusaders in Christchurch on Friday.
THE MONEY MAN is backing the Chiefs to end the Stormers' unbeaten start to the season with a 10-point victory at Newlands on Saturday.
THE MONEY MAN is putting R1,000 on the Waratahs to not lose by nine or more points to the Crusaders in Sydney on Saturday.
THE MONEY MAN is putting R2,000 on the Jaguares to defeat the Cheetahs by five or more points in Buenos Aires on Saturday.
THE MONEY MAN will be betting on England, Wales and Ireland victories in the opening round of the Six Nations.
THE MONEY MAN says betting enthusiasts should avoid the Italy versus Boks game, but he is placing a R2,000 wager on France to beat the Wallabies in Paris.
THE MONEY MAN is putting R2,000 on England to defeat the Boks by 10 or more at Twickenham in London on Saturday.
The Money Man placed a R5,000 wager on the Test between the Springboks and All Blacks in Durban on Saturday.
THE MONEY MAN is putting R2,000 on the Springboks to not lose by 24 or more points in Christchurch on Saturday.
The Money Man says the Springboks are set to continue their ineptitude under coach Allister Coetzee against Australia in Brisbane on Saturday.
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