Round 14 was a disappointment, largely by virtue of picking the Chiefs to beat the Sharks. Crusaders v Hurricanes What a prospect this is to kick us off, with both sides showing a fully green Superbru streak.
The Hurricanes have won three of the last four meetings between these teams, but looking closely you can see that the home team has won 6 of the last 7 matches. The Rebels also ended a losing run with an away win over the Brumbies, and will be confident of taking this one in Melbourne. Chiefs v Waratahs The Tahs finally ended a match run of wins for New Zealand teams over the Australians, but I think the Chiefs will restore order here as they welcome back their All Blacks contingent.
Reds v Highlanders Some people will pick the Reds here, who gave the Hurricanes a scare in Wellington, whilst the Highlanders were heavily beaten by the Waratahs. Bulls v Brumbies Back at Loftus against a poor Brumbies side with only 3 wins to its name, and without a victory away from home since February, the Bulls will prevail here. Follow Hutch on Twitter: I got the GSP last week. First of the season for me. I would agree with Morras about the cains over the saders, there is very little in this game.
But I just think the Waratahs have a lot more depth in key positions and from what I saw at the Brisbane Tens, their fitness levels, their endurance and their strength look a lot better. Greg Martin, nine Tests for Australia: Brendan Cannon, 42 Tests for Australia: It would appear on form, and history in the last year or two, that a number of the New Zealand teams are probably going to be pretty competitive — and consistently competitive. I think everybody would love to see the Australian sides being more consistently competitive and South Africa are in new territory with two of their sides leaving the competition as well.
I reckon both the Brumbies and Waratahs can, simply because the Sunwolves, Reds and Rebels are a pretty easy three others in the Australian conference. NSW farewells Sir 'Nick'.
Watching whether the defence of the Reds can overcome their attacking deficiencies. So that will be interesting, to see if their really good defence will overcome their very poor attack.
News Corp Australia 1 Who will win the Australian conference and why? Tim Horan, 80 Tests for Australia: Greg Martin at home which he built himself in Wilston, Brisbane.
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