Okay let’s be honest here, Toulon are pretty awful at the moment, they’re bottom of Pool 5 and 11th in the French Top14. However, on a European night and at the Stade Mayol a lot of people would still be reluctant to back Edinburgh against the former three times Champions.
Here are my predictions for this weekend's Challenge Cup matches, featuring hotly-anticipated matches such as the Dragons v Timosoara Saracens. Perpignan v Bordeaux It's a dead rubber, but could this be Perpignan's first win of the season in all competitions? Exciting. Perpignan by 2 La Rochelle v Zebre The Italians are on
Exeter suffered a second consecutive defeat, as they were out-muscled and out-smarted by Gloucester. The cherry and whites handled the conditions much better than the home side, Number 8 Ben Morgan was outstanding and winger Ollie Thorley extended his run of sensational performances with an unbelievable break from his own
Here are my predictions for the Challenge Cup this weekend. Pau v Worcester Picking the home team is safer here, and although Worcester have played well in this tournament, they'll be more focused on Premiership survival. Pau by 6 Grenoble v Agen Pick the home team, especially in this fixture when it's in
After an enthralling first round of hard-fought competitive fixtures in the Champions Cup, here are the talking points from an intriguing round two... Scottish swagger at No.10 as Racing and Glasgow turn on the style Test-quality fly-halves are like London buses. You wait years for one, and then two appear from nowhere. Scottish
We'll be reviewing the highlights and main discussion points from the weekend's Rugby shortly, but for now here are the results along with the Superbru prediction percentages, showing the general consensus heading into the match. What were your highlights from the weekend's matches? Were there any particularly surprising results?
With the new European season getting off and running, here are a few of the talking points from the opening round of fixtures... Pretenders learn from Masters At the top table of European rugby, experience is everything. A notoriously tough competition to navigate, recent Champions Cup history suggests that the road to success can
With the domestic leagues taking a break from Europe, I'm experimenting with a different format for the first article on a Monday morning. Below are the results from the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup, along with the percentage of people that predicted that outcome on Superbru. Making this article
Here we go for another European season, kicking off with the second-tier Challenge Cup, which mixes European heavyweights such as Clermont Auvergne with the likes of Timisoara Saracens and Enisei-STM. As far as predictions are concerned, it's as much about trying to guess which sides will take the competition seriously.