Wed 17 Apr 2019 | 11:25

Super Rugby predictions: Winning teams, margins and reader votes

Super Rugby predictions: Winning teams, margins and reader votes
Wed 17 Apr 2019 | 11:25
Super Rugby predictions: Winning teams, margins and reader votes
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The six-match Easter weekend Round 10 kicks-off with three matches on Good Friday.

The Chiefs go in search of four wins on the bounce as they host the Lions in Hamilton while the Sharks take on the Reds in Durban while the Sunwolves take on the Hurricanes in Tokyo.

On Saturday, there’s an all Kiwi clash in Dunedin, a vital match between the Highlanders and Blues. Another interesting clash sees Australian Conference leaders Rebels host second-placed Waratahs who need a win to stay in touch of top spot.

The weekend’s action will finish in Cape Town where the Stormers take on the Brumbies.

Super Rugby predictions have been, well, unpredictable. But if you’re stuck for ideas, we’re here t help. As is the case every week, we bring you predictions using scientific algorithms from one of New Zealand’s leading data scientists and from the Rugby Pass Index. Use at your own risk.

This week we’ve also added a poll option for you to vote and give us your predictions for the weekend ahead.

Super Rugby Rugby reader predictions round ten


Chiefs v Lions

Prediction: Chiefs
Margin: Seven
RPI

Chiefs v Lions prediction 2019

Sharks v Reds

The Reds will delay the rest scheduled for captain and damaging centre Samu Kerevi who was named to lead the Reds against the Sharks in Durban on Friday.

Prediction: Sharks
Margin: 11
RPI

Sharks v Reds prediction 2019

Sunwolves v Hurricanes

Prediction: Hurricanes
Margin: 17
RPI

Sunwolves v Hurricanes prediction 2019

Highlanders v Blues

Prediction: Highlanders
Margin: Seven
RPI

Highlanders v Blues prediction 2019

Waratahs v Rebels

Prediction: Waratahs
Margin: Eight
RPI

Waratahs v Rebels prediction

Stormers v Brumbies

Prediction: Stormers
Margin: Five
RPI

Stormers v Brumbies predictions

PV: 7200


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