Super Rugby 2018 – Week 18 Preview – Odds, Tips & Predictions

Super Rugby 2018 Week 18 Preview

Odds by Bookmaker.com.au

 

ACT Brumbies

Act Brumbies

 

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $251.00

Coming Matches;

The Brumbies travel across the Tasman for the difficult task of attempting to defeat the tough Waikato Chiefs on home turf.

The last start upset win over the Hurricanes gives the Brumbies added confidence. 

 

For a team playing without anything to lose, the Brumbies have enough quality in their squad to spring an upset.

 

They probably won’t, but they have the passion and the underdog betting odds to be worth the prospect.

 

Queensland Reds

Queensland Reds

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $501.00

Coming Matches;

The QLD Reds go into their home encounter with the Rebels, with the extra incentive that victory could help them leap-frog the Rebels on the Australian Conference table.

 

We like the QLD Reds to win this week.

 

The points margin options make for attractive betting with opportunities of good returns;

 

NSW Waratahs

NSW Waratahs

 

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $13.00

Coming Matches;

The Waratahs should be very wary of taking the Sunwolves too lightly this weekend in Sydney. Before the international test rugby break, the Sunwolves were in fine fettle and shocked several opponents.

 

The Waratahs should be too good and we the like the odds offered for them in the points margin betting;

 

Melbourne Rebels

Melbourne Rebels

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $67.00

Coming Matches;

  • 06 July 2018 – vs Queensland Reds in Brisbane

Rebels Win Odds $1.57

The Rebels may struggle without their influential half-back, former Queensland Red, Will Genia.

 

Only the most one-eyed and parochial Rebels fan will be backing them here.

 

See the points margin bets above for a Queensland Reds win for the best odds available in this match.


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