Blues v Jaguares

Saturday 28th April, 5:35pm AEST – Eden Park

The Blues have managed just two win this year but look well placed to knock off the Jaguares. The Blues are 2-2 against non-New Zealand opposition this year while they are 0-4 in local derbies. The Jaguares have swept to consecutive wins against Australian opposition but are 0-9 all-time against New Zealand opposition including five straight losses of 17 or more. The Blues defeated the Jaguares at Eden Park by eight in their only meeting.

Betting Strategy

BACK – Blues – 9.5


Bulls v Highlanders

Sunday 29th April, 1:15am AEST – Loftus Versfeld

After a slow start to the season, the Bulls have found their rhythm with three straight wins, all by double digits. The Bulls have played just four games at Loftus Versfeld this year with three wins and a loss to rivals the Lions. The Highlanders make their first trip outside New Zealand making their ability to travel hard to gauge but last year they went 4-0 in international matches. The Bulls are a hard-nosed tough proposition though and are great value as the home dog.

Betting Strategy

BACK – Bulls + 5.5


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