Carter back for the Crusaders, Stormers to lock horns with the Bulls

Updated: March 29, 2012

2BET2 brings you another round of action packed Super 15 rugby this weekend.

Starting tomorrow, the 5th placed Highlanders are home favourites at 1/3 against the Rebels at 9/4. The visitors are up against a side in good form and with home advantage it will be tough for them to come away with the win they so desperately need.

Saturday is a packed fixture list with games coming to you from all over the Southern Hemisphere. Former World Cup winning coach, Jake White is enjoying a successful return to the game in charge of the Brumbies who are currently 3rd in the table. Last week they recorded a great win against the in form Highlanders, and despite home advantage, start at 11/10 against the Sharks 5/7. Several of Whites previous players from his Springbok days will be in action for the visitors, and make no mistake, following their capitulation from a winning position last week against the Waratahs, they will not be wanting  this to happen for a second straight week.

The 7 times Super Rugby champions the Crusaders, 10/3 are in action against the Lions 2/5. This is the same venue South Africa beat New Zealand in the 1995 rugby World Cup final, and Lions coach, a Kiwi himself will be hoping his chargers can do the same again despite the return to action of Dan Carter, the most influential player on the planet.

Staying in South Africa, one of the big games of the weekend puts the Super 15 leaders, the Stomers ,4/7 against the 3 times champions the Bulls, 11/8. Newlands will play host and despite the favourites tag of the hosts, and the fact the Bulls arrive almost 650 caps lighter than last years fixture, due to the retirement of some of their stalwarts, they also arrive off the back of a comprehensive win, 61-8 against the defending champs the Reds. This is bound to be an explosive encounter.

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