The NSW Waratahs have won their last eight home games against the Sharks, their last defeat at home to the Durban club coming back in 2000.
The NSW Waratahs will be facing South African opposition for the first time this season, since the beginning of 2017 they've won
The NSW Waratahs have won 13 of their 15 Super Rugby meetings with the Rebels, with the NSW squad picking up four wins on the bounce against the Melbourne side most recently.
The Rebels are searching for a third consecutive victory on the road against fellow Australian teams,
The Blues held on for a hard-fought 32-29 victory over a tenacious Waratahs outfit in Auckland on Saturday.
Both teams entered the match on 15 points from six matches, having won three and lost three, although the Blues were coming off three straight wins after a poor start to their campaign.
Auckland (Blues) have played Sydney (Waratahs) 23 times in Super rugby since 1996 and they have won 15 matches and lost 8.
Auckland (Blues) 15 wins over Sydney (Waratahs) give them a record of winning 65% of their matches against the Waratahs regardless of the venue.
This weekend the match between these
The Waratahs have blown a golden chance to cement their standing at the top of the Australian conference with a 31-29 loss to the Sunwolves in Newcastle.
Only six days ago, it was NSW who were the giant killers, with a 20-12 win over the Crusaders, but on Friday they were
Fresh off ending the longest win streak in Super Rugby history last week and sitting pretty at the top of the Australian conference, confidence around the NSW base at Daceyville is through the roof. The Waratah’s defense which they have dubbed ‘The Blue Wall’ strangled the previously unbeaten Crusaders at
The Waratahs have played the Crusaders 25 times in Super rugby since 1996 and they have won 6 matches and lost 19.
That means the Waratahs have won just 24% of their matches against the Crusaders – regardless of venue.
This weekend the match between these teams will be played in Sydney
FULL TIME: The Brumbies hold on in Canberra.
The Brumbies notched a much-needed 19-13 win over the Waratahs on Friday night but they were again left with some big-name injury concerns.
With Wallabies David Pocock and Allan Alaalatoa both on the sidelines already, the sight of Scott Sio going off in the
The final score is Waratahs 28 (16) Reds 17 (12)
The Waratahs beat the Reds 28-17 at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney.
Both teams scored three tries apiece but it was the boot of the reliable Bernard Foley that made the difference in the derby, while Bryce Hegarty missed three of his
The Waratahs have played the Reds 30 times in Super rugby and they have won 16 matches and drawn one.
That means the Waratahs have lost 13 matches. The Waratahs have won 53% of their matches against the Reds.
This weekend the match will be played in Sydney where the teams have