We have the prospect of two scintillating semi-final matches this weekend, and I seem to be predicting two Away wins, most unusually.Munster v Saracens This should be a cracker with the two European powerhouses slugging it out. If the game were being played at Thomond Park, I would back Munster
We're still riding high in most Superbru pools, despite a couple of upsets recently, and this weekend looks relatively straightforward.Hurricanes v Brumbies You can’t lose to the Rebels and then beat the Canes away from home. Hurricanes by 23.Waratahs v Kings A late flurry of tries flattered the scoreline for the
Sorry I missed these last week, but here are my predictions for Round 20 of the Aviva Premiership this weekend.Harlequins v Exeter Chiefs: Harlequins by 2 Worcester Warriors v Bath: Worcester Warriors by 4 Leicester Tigers v Newcastle Falcons: Leicester Tigers by 18 Gloucester Rugby v Sale Sharks: Gloucester Rugby by 16 Bristol v Wasps: Wasps by 16 Northampton Saints
Glasgow Warriors vs ZebreFollowing Glasgow’s narrow defeat to Munster last weekend, there is now little left for Gregor Townsend’s men to play for this season. Zebre, however, are involved in their perennial dog-fight to avoid bottom position, and in doing so pick up a Champions Cup slot for next season.
Embed from Getty ImagesStormers are the real dealWhat a difference a year makes. Last year the Stormers had never played a New Zealand team leading up to the play-offs and got absolutely thrashed by the Chiefs in their home quarter-final. However it seems the Stormers learnt from their mistakes this