Super Rugby 2018 – Week 5-7 Previews, Form Guide, Tips & Predictions

by Ken Edwards, 14 March 2018

All odds provided by Bookmaker.com.au

 

ACT Brumbies

Brumbies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $51.00

 

Coming Matches;

 

The Brumbies look forward to returning to Canberra, after starting the season 1-2 away. Coach McKeller sees Rebels loss as a turning point for his side . We sense two home wins for the Brumbies coming up.

Queensland Reds

Reds

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $67.00

Coming Matches;

The revolution of coach Brad Thorn is underway and his player’s style is winning back the fans in Brisbane. The big test of how far Thorn has developed this young side will be seen over the coming weeks away in Argentina and South Africa. May struggle away from Queensland.

NSW Waratahs

Waratahs

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $17.00

Coming Matches;

How happy will the Waratahs be to return home to Australia? Very.

How successful will that return be?

After being thumped by the Jaguares in Buenos Aires last week, it doesn’t get any easier as they will face the red-hot and conference-leading Melbourne Rebels in Sydney followed by a trip to Canberra to face a Brumbies unit hell-bent on re-igniting their season. We tipping the Waratahs will lose both of those tough games.

Melbourne Rebels

Rebels

Super Rugby 2018 Championship Odds: $14.00

 

Coming Matches;

  • 18 March – Venue – Sydney – vs Waratahs – Rebels win Odds $2.00
  • 23 March – Venue – Melbourne – Week 6 vs Sharks
  • 31 March – Venue – Melbourne – Week 7 vs Hurricanes

Rebels coach Dave Wessels says his side’s 3-0 record is the “dream start” to their Super Rugby campaign, having overcome a six-day turnaround in thumping the Brumbies in Melbourne to consolidate themselves as Australian Conference leaders, but it must be built upon.

Look for the Rebels to win in style over the coming 3 weeks to go a perfect 6-0 to start the season.


About the Author

is a passionate Betting Top 10 International Sports & Betting News Columnist. Australian by birth, and international by nature, he brings a wealth of many years of discerning international sports and betting industry analysis. As a true fan and Sports Statistic Nerd, Ken devotedly supports his beloved Queensland Maroons, West Ham United, New York Yankees, Miami Dolphins and Richmond Tigers when he's not busy writing about them.




Back to Top ↑