Super Rugby 2018 – Week 13 Previews, Form Guide, Tips & Predictions

Super rugby 2018 Week 13 Previews

Odds by Bookmaker.com.au

ACT Brumbies

Brumbies rugby

 

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $251.00

Coming Matches;

• 12 May 2018 – vs Rebels in Canberra – Brumbies Win Odds $1.57

The Brumbies are surprisingly short odds to defeat the Rebels in Canberra. Yes, the Rebels were beaten badly by the Crusaders last time out, but the Brumbies have not been all that much better than that. The first chills of Canberra winter should assist the Brumbies in getting the win.

Queensland Reds

queensland reds

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $501.00

Coming Matches;
• 12 May 2018 – vs Sunwolves in Tokyo – Reds Win Odds $1.44

The Reds should show off their newly found tougher qualities in 2018 under renown tough man Brad Thorn to come away with a victory against the Sunwolves in Tokyo.

NSW Waratahs

nsw waratahs

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $19.00

Coming Matches;

• 12 May 2018 – vs Canterbury Crusaders, AMI Stadium, Christchurch,NZ – Waratahs Win Odds $7.50

 

The bookies give the Waratahs a ‘snowball’s chance in hell’ of defeating their Crusaders on their home turf in Christchurch and we agree with that synopsis. Perhaps better odds and value are available on the Crusaders winning by 31-40 points ($5.50) or by 41-50 points ($10.00)

Melbourne Rebels

Melbourne rebels

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $81.00

Coming Matches;

• 12 May 2018 vs Brumbies, Canberra – Rebels Win Odds $2.40

The Rebels welcomed back half-back Will Genia in the huge loss against the Crusaders only to lose him again to a heavy knee injury.

Unfortunately, without Genia, the Rebels appear a little lost and without direction. Perhaps better value can be found this week in backing the Rebels to only lose by 11-20 points at $4.33 or losing by 1-10 at $3.50.


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