Guinness Premiership predictions – Round 6

It’s difficult to assess the potential impact that the Autumn Internationals will have on the Guinness Premiership clubs, but here are my SuperBru predictions for Round 6.

I’ve gone for mostly home wins, but I can see London Irish defeating Newcastle and Gloucester being too strong for Saracens.

Wasps will be hit hard with six of their players starting for England and two others on the bench, just when they didn’t need it.

Leicester will struggle at Bath without Harry Ellis and Toby Flood pulling the strings, whilst Sale and Gloucester retain most of their key players and I’m predicting comfortable wins for them both.

Game 31: Sale Sharks v Worcester Warriors: Sale Sharks by 19
Game 32: Bath Rugby v Leicester Tigers: Bath Rugby by 6
Game 33: Bristol Rugby v Northampton Saints: Bristol Rugby by 5
Game 34: Harlequins v London Wasps: Harlequins by 8
Game 35: Newcastle Falcons v London Irish: London Irish by 4
Game 36: Saracens v Gloucester Rugby: Gloucester Rugby by 11

4 thoughts on “Guinness Premiership predictions – Round 6

  1. Not very close to the target in selecting Sale by nineteen points, were you? Sale were very lucky not to have lost by more than double those points as Worcester pulverised their pack in a 17-6 win.

  2. What was i thinking predicting wasps by 12?! I’m so bloody blinkered. It was the worst Wasps performance, actually the worst team performance in any sport, that i’ve seen for many years. Every player in the Wasps 22 (except Joe Simpson) made about 4/5 mistakes, that’s 88 mistakes in the match! Horrible.
    Tom Guest should be fast-tracked into the England team. He has something special.

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