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Super Rugby teams (Round 10)

Take a look at who's playing Super Rugby this weekend before you make your SuperBru and Fantasy League picks.


Bank on Landers to beat Brumbies

THE MONEY MAN is putting R2,500 on the champions to win by five or more points in Dunedin.


Stormers welcome Tahs examination

Robbie Fleck says Saturday’s clash against the Waratahs will provide another important gauge of their standing in the Super Rugby competition, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Lions set for stern test

The Lions can make another serious statement of intent with a win over the Hurricanes in Johannesburg on Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Tahs to test Stormers’ mettle

The Waratahs boast a well-balanced 23 and will test the Stormers' resolve in the final stages of the match at Newlands on Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Sharks must nullify McKenzie

The Sharks have to limit the influence of Damian McKenzie if they are to have any hope of overcoming the Chiefs in New Plymouth on Friday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Bulls to end drought Down Under

Lappies Labuschagne and his forwards will need to front for the Bulls to beat the Force and secure their first win in Australia since 2012, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Cheetahs must shut down Reds

The Cheetahs will have to put in a big defensive effort to beat the Reds in Brisbane on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Kings brace for Jaguares’ backlash

The Jaguares will be desperate to restore some pride against the Kings in Buenos Aires on Saturday, writes SIMON BORCHARDT.


Pocock must lift faltering Brumbies

The Brumbies will need to protect their ball at the breakdown against the Highlanders in Dunedin on Saturday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.


Midfield battle could be decisive

The Blues will have to mark Reece Hodge and Tamati Ellison closely when they host the Rebels in Auckland on Saturday. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.


Currie Cup Qualifier preview (Round 4)

Western Province, Griquas and Border will be looking to maintain their unbeaten starts to the season in round four of the Currie Cup qualifiers, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Kriel back in Lions No 6 jersey

The Lions have made three changes to their starting XV for Saturday's clash against the Hurricanes at Ellis Park.


Co-captains back for Stormers

Juan de Jongh and Frans Malherbe return as two of four changes to the Stormers starting lineup to face the Waratahs at Newlands on Saturday.


Zeilinga at 10 for Cheetahs

Fred Zeilinga will start at flyhalf for the Cheetahs against the Reds in Brisbane on Saturday.


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