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Super Rugby teams (Round 11)

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


Bank on Canes to beat Sharks

THE MONEY MAN is putting R2,500 on the Hurricanes to win by three or more points at Kings Park.


Balanced approach will curb Canes

The Sharks must win the collisions and keep the Hurricanes halfbacks on the back foot at Kings Park on Saturday, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Bulls lineout must stand tall

The Bulls will need to nullify Sam Carter and the Brumbies' rolling maul if they hope to win in Canberra on Friday, writes JON CARDINELLI.


Kings need to box clever

The Kings must rediscover their fighting spirit when they face the Blues in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Cheetahs forwards must step up

A new-look Cheetahs pack needs to do the business against the Waratahs on Saturday if they are to come away with something to show for their efforts in Australia, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Tens key in heavyweight Kiwi clash

All Blacks flyhalf contenders Aaron Cruden and Lima Sopoaga will go head to head when the Chiefs host the Highlanders on Saturday. SIMON BORCHARDT reports.


SA must maximise strengths

The Sharks’ results against the best of the Kiwi opposition, as opposed to that of the Lions, asks the question of who is getting it right, writes MARK KEOHANE in Business Day.


Crusaders to crush Reds

The Crusaders will be far too strong for the Reds in Christchurch on Friday, writes MARIETTE ADAMS.


Sunwolves to go back-to-back

The Sunwolves' match against the Force on Saturday provides them with a rare opportunity to win successive games in Tokyo. MARIETTE ADAMS reports.


Currie Cup Qualifier preview (Round 5)

Western Province will be looking for their fourth successive win of the Currie Cup qualifiers when they take on the Sharks in Durban on Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.


Lambie returns for Sharks

Pat Lambie will play off the bench, with Garth April starting at flyhalf, when the Sharks take on the Hurricanes this Saturday.


Venter back as Cheetahs ring changes

The Cheetahs have made eight changes for Saturday's match against the Waratahs in Sydney.


Cooper dumped by Aussie Sevens

Wallabies playmaker Quade Cooper will not be considered for the Australia Sevens Olympic squad.


Marshall at fullback for Canes

James Marshall returns from a concussion to start for the Hurricanes against the Sharks in Durban on Saturday.


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