Super Rugby 2018 – Week 16 Odds, Form Guide, Tips & Predictions

Super Rugby 2018 Week 16 Previews

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ACT Brumbies

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $501.00


Coming Matches;


The Brumbies will love returning home to Canberra after a tough two game tour of South Africa. Whilst the Sunwolves have been impressive in recent weeks, we expect somewhat of a revival from the Brumbies players who now have little to player for, other than contract extensions for the 2019 season.


Queensland Reds

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $251.00


Coming Matches;


The Queensland Reds will look to play off the back of NRL’s State of Origin and preview it with their own form of Rugby “State of Origin” atmosphere and a NSW Waratahs hate-feast is expected at Suncorp Stadium. The very fact that the Reds coach played 14 State of Origin matches for Queensland means that he will have his young squad fired up beyond belief and the crowd will be very involved.


NSW Waratahs


Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $13.00


Coming Matches;


If the Waratahs manage to get a few early points on the board against the Reds in Brisbane, it may serve to take the rabid Queensland crowd out of the game.


I don’t envy the Waratahs in this match. They have worked hard and deserve to be leading the Australian conference. It could be that they are about the be scuttled by the Origin ‘bug’.


Melbourne Rebels

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $67.00


Coming Matches;

  • 02 June 2018 – vs Blues in Auckland, New Zealand

Rebels Win Odds $3.15


Can the Rebels finally taste a win on NZ soil? For all their achievements this year, a win in Auckland would finally confirm their season as one in which they improved in leaps-and-bounds. The bookies don’t think the Rebels can do it. Would you like to prove the bookies wrong?

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