Super Rugby 2018 – Quarter Finals – Previews, Odds & Tips

Super Rugby 2018 Quarter Finals Previews

After an arduous regular season, the 2018 Super Rugby competition reaches the pointy-end of the season as the finals begin. We give you an overall update of the betting odds for the Super Rugby 2018 Winner and a preview all 4 of the Quarter Final matches, analyse the form and help you to pick a winner to bet on.

 

2018 Super Rugby Overall Winner Odds

Players
Canterbury Crusaders
Wellington Hurricanes
Waikato Chiefs
Golden Lions
Otago Highlanders
New South Wales Waratahs
Jaguares
Coastal Sharks

 

Quarter Final 1 – Wellington Hurricanes v Waikato Chiefs

Wellington – New Zealand – 20 July 2018

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Wellington Hurricanes
Waikato Chiefs

 

Long atop the 2018 Super Rugby table before being run-down by the Canterbury Crusaders, the Hurricanes are a force in their own backyard in ‘Windy Wellington’.

Our tip – Hurricanes

Quarter Final 2 – Canterbury Crusaders v Coastal Sharks

Christchurch – New Zealand – 21 July 2018

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Canterbury Crusaders
Coastal Sharks

 

The Crusaders should slay the Sharks in Christchurch and end the Sharks brave run.

Our tip – Crusaders

Quarter Final 3 – New South Wales Waratahs v Otago Highlanders

Sydney – Australia – 21 July 2018

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New South Wales Waratahs
Otago Highlanders

 

Our tip (Weather dependent) – the Waratahs in the dry, the Highlanders in the wet.

Quarter Final 4 – Golden Lions v Los Jaguares

Johannesburg – South Africa – 22 July 2018

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Our tip – The Lions should have too much class at home for the improving Jaguares.

 

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Golden Lions
Los Jaguares


About the Author

is a passionate Betting Top 10 International Sports & Betting News Columnist. Australian by birth, and international by nature, he brings a wealth of many years of discerning international sports and betting industry analysis. As a true fan and Sports Statistic Nerd, Ken devotedly supports his beloved Queensland Maroons, West Ham United, New York Yankees, Miami Dolphins and Richmond Tigers when he's not busy writing about them.




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