A huge game for both teams. The Brumbies need to get back in the winners circle and confirm their position at the top of the table and likely host of.
A must win game for the Tahs who could put themselves within a win of the playoffs.
Likewise though, the Force are coming off a bye, don't have the.
With four weeks left, the competition is now wide open.
The current points table is:
The Tahs have to win this one to keep their season alive. If they play like they did against the Brumbies, the home ground advantage should get them.
The Waratahs will have to improve substantially from their first two outings to keep it competitive against the Brumbies.
Like others I expect.
After putting together a decent performance last week to record their first win of the season, things will be much tougher this week against the.
The Tahs need to turn things around this Friday. The Tahs have been hopeless but the Lions haven't been a whole lot better.
After an excellent.
The crunch game of the pool.
The winner will top the pool and likely face France in a quarter final. The loser most likely plays England in the.
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After a disappointing first match, the Wallabies have to put in a convincing performance at home against the Pumas.
Slipper and Uelese are.
Jed Holloway should return this week as his suspension has ended.
Presumably Tolu Latu will not be playing.
The Tahs will also be hoping for.
Do or die for the Waratahs now. They stuffed the game against the Sharks with a red card and a generally lucklustre performance and then missed an.
The Tahs need to keep the momentum going after a good win against the Rebels. Absolutely crucial game in terms of the Aussie conference now that it.
Kurtley Beale has missed training the last two days with tonsillitis which is the last thing the Tahs need given Folau is also out.
A little disappointing this is a Friday night game instead of Saturday as it makes it harder to get to from Sydney.
The Tahs probably need to rest.
Well, it's time for the Waratahs to get their shit together. This game was originally scheduled for some of the All Blacks to be rested but that will.
Tough ask for the Tahs here. The Brumbies will be smarting and I expect will bounce back with a strong performance.
I think the Tahs will.
Kepu playing apparently, hopefully less minutes
Beale back, hopefully at 15 would be my preference
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