Take a look at who is playing this weekend before you make your Superbru and Fantasy League picks.
CRAIG LEWIS looks ahead to the final three matches in round two, including the highly-anticipated clash between the Bulls and Hurricanes.
JON CARDINELLI looks ahead to the first four Super Rugby matches of round two, including the big New Zealand derby in Christchurch.
England could overtake Ireland at the top of the Six Nations log if they score a big win against Scotland on Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Before you make your Superbru picks for this weekend's Super Rugby, Pro14 and Six Nations games, take a look at the SA Rugby magazine team's predictions.
Philip Snyman will lead the Blitzboks at the upcoming Las Vegas Sevens tournament.
Andries Ferreira will start in the Lions' second row against the Jaguares at Ellis Park on Saturday.
Thembelani Bholi will wear the Bulls No 7 jersey against the Hurricanes at Loftus on Saturday.
The Bulls flyhalf talks about playing koppestamp, Saturday's match against the Hurricanes, his injury battles, and playing under John Mitchell.
The Stormers have made four changes to their starting lineup for Saturday's match against the Waratahs in Sydney.
Beauden Barrett has been named on the Hurricanes bench for their match against the Bulls at Loftus on Saturday.
The Waratahs have named a much-changed starting XV for their Super Rugby opener against the Stormers in Sydney on Saturday.
Grant Hattingh, Lappies Labuschagne and Willie Britz have been selected in the Sunwolves’ starting XV to face the Brumbies in Tokyo on Saturday.
Anthony Volmink will start on the left wing in one of two changes to the Kings' starting XV for their match against Leinster in Dublin on Saturday.
The inclusion of No 8 Nathan Hughes is the only change to England’s starting lineup ahead of Saturday’s Six Nations match against Scotland at Murrayfield.
The set-piece battle between the Lions and Sharks on Saturday sent out another stark reminder about the match-defining perils of a malfunctioning scrum, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The next few rounds of Super Rugby will give us a more accurate idea of where the South African teams stand in relation to their more fancied New Zealand counterparts, writes JON CARDINELLI.
The Bulls flyhalf talks about playing koppestamp, Saturday's match against the Hurricanes, his injury battles, and playing under John Mitchell.View all videos