VODAFONE SUPER RUGBY WEEK 5 PREVIEW

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Plus500 Brumbies v NSW Waratahs
When: Friday, March 15 at 19:45 (AEDT)
Where: GIO Stadium, Canberra
TV: Vodafone Super Rugby will be live on FOX SPORTS 503 and Kayo Sports
Radio: LIVE on RUGBY.com.au Radio, ABC Canberra and ABC Digital Platforms

Broadcast Information:

  • Qantas Wallaby halfback, Nick Phipps is expected to return to Super Rugby this weekend via the bench, when the Waratahs meet the Brumbies in Canberra on Friday night.
  • The Brumbies have named Joe Powell to start against the NSW Waratahs as the Canberra based side looks for its second win of the season at home.
  • Brumbies hooker, Folau Fainga’a can become the first Brumby to score in five consecutive games since Andrew Walker in 2003, if he crosses the line in tonight’s match.

  • Sunwolves v St.George Queensland Reds
  • When: Saturday, March 16 at 15:15 (AEDT)
  • Where: Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo, Japan
  • TV: Super Rugby will be live on FOX SPORTS 503 and Kayo Sports
  • Radio: LIVE on RUGBY.com.au Radio and ABC Digital Platforms

Broadcast Information:

  • Sefa Naivalu is in line to earn his 50th Super Rugby Cap in the Reds clash against the Sunwolves in Tokyo on Saturday afternoon.
  • Queensland Reds Head Coach, Brad Thorn has made five changes to his starting side, most notably moving Isaac Lucas from fullback to flyhalf and brining Hamish Stewart off the bench to fill the fifteen jersey.
  • The Queensland Reds are chasing their first win of the season in Tokyo.



Lions v Melbourne Rebels
When: Sunday, March 17 at 00:05 (AEDT)
Where: Emirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg, South Africa
TV: Super Rugby will be live on FOX SPORTS 503 and Kayo Sports
Radio: LIVE on RUGBY.com.au Radio and ABC Digital Platforms

Broadcast Information:

  • The Melbourne Rebels are looking to break a fifteen-match drought, having never won a match in South Africa, only ever drawing against the Sharks in 2017.
  • The Rebels are on top of the Australian conference with three wins from three matches.

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