Super Rugby 2018 – Week 10 Previews, Form Guide, Tips & Predictions

Super Rugby 2018 Week 10 Previews

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ACT Brumbies

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Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $126.00

Coming Matches;

22 April – vs Argentine Jaguares in Canberra – Brumbies Win Odds $1.52

The Brumbies return home to Canberra after a losing trip to the Highlanders in Dunedin. They’ll need to play better in the decisive moments against the Jaguares who sprung a surprise defeat last week on the Rebels.

 

Queensland Reds

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Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $126.00

Coming Matches;

21 April – vs Waikato Chiefs in Brisbane – Reds Win Odds $5.00

The bookies are giving the Reds absolutely no chance of breaking Australian sides’ long drought without a win against New Zealand Super Rugby franchises. All the more reason to believe that with coach Brad Thorn’s inside knowledge and the great odds on offer that the Reds can use their home ground support to spring an upset!

 

NSW Waratahs

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Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $15.00

Coming Matches;

20 April – vs Golden Lions in Sydney Waratahs Win Odds $1.91

Despite leading the Australian conference, its apparent that the Waratahs are clearly a work in progress. They’ve beaten all their Australian conference counterparts, however, they now step up to a run of matches against tough overseas competition beginning with the Lions this week. The Waratahs may sneak across the line for a win in this one.

 

Melbourne Rebels

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Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $21.00

Coming Matches;

14 April vs Blue Bulls in Pretoria, South Africa Rebels Win Odds $3.10

A Will Genia hamstring injury made it a double blow after a shock 25-22 Rebels’ loss to the Jaguares last Saturday in Melbourne.

Genia was in great form, pulling the strings for his side’s opening try and playing a decisive role in another on Saturday afternoon.

Genia’s unavailability on a two match make-or-break South Africa tour could not have come at a worse time.

The Rebels have never won in South Africa and they’ll be up against it to change that statistic on this trip. Maybe not this week.


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