Highlanders v Rebels
The Rebels travel to New Zealand after their poor form last weekend against the Waratahs. They’ll be looking for an improved performance, doubt they will trouble the home side in Dunedin. Highlanders by 13


Blues v Force

Blues will be gunning for their 3rd win this weekend when the meet the Force in Auckland. Tana’s side has had a patchy 5 weeks of football so far this season. Blues by 12 
Chiefs v Bulls

The struggling Bulls face the Chiefs in Hamilton. Bulls have only recorded 1 win, this against a below par Sunwolves, whilst the Chiefs are unbeaten. It could be a long evening for the Bulls in New Zealand on Saturday. 

Chiefs by 18.

Reds v Hurricanes

Its been a gruelling tour for the Queensland side, traveling to South Africa, Argentina and now New Zealand, in a matter of 3 weeks. I don’t see them troubling the defending Champions over the weekend. 

Hurricanes by 21.
Stormers v Cheetahs

The Stormers will be looking to continue with their winning ways when they take on the Cheetahs in Newlands on Saturday. 

 Stormers by 8.

Lions v Sharks

A tough one to pick, the Lions have won the last two games between the two sides. Sharks have a point to prove that they are serious contenders in South African conference. Home advantage – I say Loins by 6 points 
Waratahs v Crusaders

The Crusaders are usually known for their slow start in Super Rugby, but this year they’ve done very well. Unbeaten in 5 games, they’ve shown some resilience. This weekend they travel to Sydney, to face a Sound Waratahs outfit. 

Crusaders by 4