Super Rugby 2018 – Week 11 Previews, Tips & Predictions

Super Rugby 2018 Week 11

by Ken Edwards, 22 April 2018

All odds provided by Bookmaker.com.au

In a dismal weekend for Aussie Super Rugby teams, all 4 sides lost last weekend and will be looking for improved performances in Week 11. The Waratahs in particular, will be pleased to have a week off to lick their wounds. Check out Betting Top 10 Australia’s Super Rugby previews, tips & predictions.

ACT Brumbies

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Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $201.00

Coming Matches:

  • 28 April – vs Canterbury Crusaders in Canberra – Brumbies Win Odds $3.80

Can the Brumbies break their 2018 duck against NZ opposition against the Crusaders on Saturday night? Form (after last weeks disappointing loss to the Jaguares) and the bookies suggest not, but at $3.80 they are fantastic value. Worth a small punt?

 

Queensland Reds

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Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $201.00

Coming Matches:

  • 28 April – vs Golden Lions in Brisbane – Reds Win Odds $3.90

Expect nothing less than a 200% effort from Brad Thorn’s young Queensland Reds side, but they may struggle against a Golden Lions side that destroyed the NSW Waratahs last week in Sydney.

NSW Waratahs

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Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $13.00

Coming Matches:

  • Bye in Week 11

The Waratahs thankfully have the week off to lick their wounds after last weekend’s mauling by the Lions on home turf. They’ll need to rest up ahead of a run of games against tough Kiwi teams. Their Super Rugby Championship confidence and chances will have taken a huge dent.

Melbourne Rebels

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Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $29.00

Coming Matches:

  • 27 April vs Western Stormers, Cape Town, South Africa – Rebels Win Odds $3.30

The Rebels will enjoy coming back down to sea level after a tough, forward dominated slug fest against the Blue Bulls in Pretoria last week. However, it won’t get any easier against the Stormers in Cape Town but expect a wide-open attacking affair including a lot of tries, with perhaps the Stormers to get the better of it.


About the Author

is Betting Top 10 Australia’s Sports News Columnist and sports is his true passion. As a former Queensland State level underage Cricketer and Rugby League Player and Sports Statistic Nerd, he brings a wealth of many years of discerning sports analysis and the practical expertise of being a twice winner of a national NRL tipping competition. Contact me: [email protected]




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