With three games down and three games to go in this years Rugby Championship, it’s still all to play for at the top with South Africa and New Zealand separated by a point. This weekends fixtures come with two clear headings, first up is the battle for the title when South Africa travel to Eden Park to take on the All Blacks. Secondly is the battle for the wooden spoon as a pointless Australia side welcome Argentina to Perth to see who’ll prop up this years table. Although nothing will be decided on Saturday with two more games to follow, this weekend victors will hold a huge advantage heading into the penultimate games.
New Zealand -V- South Africa
Kick Off : 14 SEP 08:35am, REF: ROMAIN POITE, EDEN PARK
New Zealand come into this game unbeaten but still trailing South Africa by a point, the sides will meet again in Round 6, in what could be a last game Championship decider. The All Black’s welcome back Read more