Super Rugby Round 11 Betting Preview

Gabe Morency

Tuesday, April 24, 2018 5:46 PM UTC

Tuesday, Apr. 24, 2018 5:46 PM UTC

Matches this round as follows all prices from William Hill. Friday 08.35am BST Hurricanes v Sunwolves This looks to be the most one-sided game of the weekend. The Hurricanes come off a bye week in second place.
<p>Matches this round as follows, all prices from William Hill. </p><h3>Friday, 08.35am BST Hurricanes v Sunwolves</h3> This looks to be the most one-sided game of the weekend. The Hurricanes come off a bye week in second place in the New Zealand Conference with six wins from seven games, while the Japanese Sunwolves have lost all eight games this season and at the Crusaders 33-11 last season. Of course, this is reflected in the point spread, which has been put up at -39 at 10/11. A no-bet game with such a massive spread to cover <h3>Friday, 2.35pm BST Stormers v Rebels</h3> The Stormers are bottom of the South African conference with 3 wins from their 9 games and last week lost 24-17 at the Sharks. The Rebels have won 4 lost 4, good for second in the Australian conference. Their South African tour began with a 28-10 defeat at the Bulls. For a poor side, the Stormers are chalked up at -12 at 10/11. I am going to take a chance on the Rebels +12. <h3>Saturday, 6.05am BST Reds v Lions</h3> The Reds have only won 3 games all season and lost last weekend to the Chiefs at home 36-12. Last season’s finalists the Lions come off a bye week atop of the South African conference with 6 wins out of 9 and installed as 12-point favourites to take another win in Queensland. On form and freshness you have to say the Lions -12 at 10/11 is a bet. <h3>Saturday, 8.35am Blues v Jaguares</h3> The Blues have only won 2 games out of 8 this season, by far the worst record in the New Zealand Conference and now host the Jaguares, a rapidly improving side based on back-to-back wins in Australia to start their away tour. Last week they won at the Brumbies 25-20. Repeating the feat in Auckland is another matter, but they are worth supporting at +9 at 10/11 on the handicap. <h3>Saturday, 10.45am Brumbies v Crusaders</h3> Fresh off their 25-20 defeat at home to the Los Jaguares, the Brumbies face a tough task at home to the Crusaders, top of the New Zealand conference with six wins out of 8. The Crusaders -14 is one of the most attractive bets of the weekend at 10/11. <h3>Saturday, 4.15pm Bulls v Highlanders</h3> Rounding off the weekend on Saturday afternoon, the Highlanders travel to the High Veldt to play the Bulls. The Bulls have played 8 and won 4, and last weekend won at home beating the Rebels 28-10.  Coming off their bye week the Highlanders have a 5-2 record, which is only good for 4th of 5 in the New Zealand conference. The Bulls are 6-point underdogs here, but I think the Highlanders will cover at 10/11.<p></p>
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