VODAFONE SUPER RUGBY WEEK FOUR PREVIEW

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Rebels v Brumbies

When: Friday 9 March at 7:45pm AEDT

Where: AAMI Park, Melbourne

TV: LIVE on FOX Sports 505

Radio: LIVE on RUGBY.com.au Radio and ABC Grandstand Platforms

Broadcast information:

  • The Rebels will be looking to break another club record after winning their opening two matches of the season for the first time ever
  • Rebels winger Tom English will step in as interim Captain while Adam Coleman recovers from sternum soreness
  • The Brumbies welcome back Wallabies prop Scott Sio after a calf strain kept him out of action for the first two weeks
  • Coach Dan McKellar has replaced Tom Cusack with flanker Lolo Fakaosilea in the starting XV

 

Reds v Bulls

When: Saturday 10 March at 7:45pm

AEDT

Where: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane TV: LIVE on FOX Sports 505

Radio: LIVE on RUGBY.com.au Radio and ABC Grandstand Platforms

Broadcast information:

  • Suncorp Stadium will host a double header with the Queensland Women kicking off first against arch rivals NSW Women in the opening match of the Buildcorp Super W season
  • The Reds are then set to celebrate Chris Feauai-Sautia’s 50th Queensland and Super Rugby cap milestone
  • Coach Brad Thorn has made one personnel change and three positional shifts which will see Filipo Daugunu earn his run-on debut on the wing

 

Jaguares v Waratahs

When: Sunday 11 March at 8:40am AEDT

Where: Estadio Jose Amalfitani, Buenos Aires

TV: LIVE on FOX Sports 505

Radio: LIVE on RUGBY.com.au Radio and ABC Grandstand Platforms

Broadcast information:

  • The Waratahs will head across the Pacific to take on the Jaguares who currently lay on the foot of the Super Rugby ladder
  • The two teams have only met once before in Super Rugby with the Jaguares victorious 40-27 in Sydney last season
  • The NSW squad will be looking to remain undefeated to start the season after forcing a draw with the Sharks in Durban last weekend thanks to Bernard Foley’s sideline conversion

 

Standings after Round Three

Rebels 10

Waratahs 6

Brumbies 4

Reds 4

Sunwolves 1

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