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Reds v Brumbies Super Rugby Preview

Jesse Mogg slips through the Reds defence

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Article Published: Thursday 18 April 2013|

The Reds and the Brumbies have already faced each other this year and the Brumbies won the first match 24-6 in Canberra.

The teams have met each other 21 times since 1996 and the Brumbies have won 17 of those matches. That means the Reds have won 4 times or 19% of their matches against the Reds.

The average score when the Reds play the Brumbies is : Reds 15 Brumbies 28.

This weekend the match will be played in Brisbane where the teams have met 9 times. The Reds have won 2 and lost 7 of the matches. That translates to the Reds winning 22% of their home matches against the Brumbies.

The average score when the Reds play the Brumbies is Reds 16 Brumbies 24.

The stats show that the Brumbies have dominated the Reds through Super Rugby but in recent times under Ewen McKenzie the stats are far more even.

Out of the last five matches between the teams the Reds have won three and the Brumbies two. The Brumbies have not won in Brisbane since June 2011.

Both teams will be coming off wins last week as the Reds beat the Chiefs in Hamilton and the Brumbies beat the Highlanders in Dunedin.

The more impressive result of those was the Reds victory over the Chiefs as they lead the New Zealand conference and they are the current champions.

The Brumbies victory over the Highlanders came after a home draw against the Southern Kings and a late win over the Bulls. Before last week their form had been wobbling a little and they struggled without Jesse Mogg.

The Reds form in recent weeks has been steadily improving match by match. The Will Genia - Quade Cooper partnership is also returning to it's best.

While the Brumbies won the first match this year between the teams it should not be forgotten that the Reds were are away from home, they were without Genia and James Horwill.

The Bookies have given the Brumbies a 3 point start for this Match - with an offer of a FREE $150 BET. This match will be close but the Reds at home should edge it. The Reds should win by 2.

This Match will be shown on TV in NZ, Aus, SA and in the UK on Sky Sports 1/ HD.

Average score: Reds 15 Brumbies 28

Last five results
16 Feb 2013 Reds v Brumbies 6-24 Canberra
26 May 2012 Reds v Brumbies 13-12 Canberra
06 Apr 2012 Reds v Brumbies 20-13 Brisbane
04 Jun 2011 Reds v Brumbies 14-22 Brisbane
05 Mar 2011 Reds v Brumbies 31-25 Canberra

Reds overall record against the Brumbies
Played 21,Wins 4 ,Losses 17, Draws 0

Match No.59. : Reds v Brumbies
Date : Saturday 20 April
Venue : Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Kick Off local: 19:40
Referee: Glen Jackson
Assistant Ref 1:Steve Walsh
Assistant Ref 2:James Leckie
TMO : Steve Leszczynski



1. Greg Holmes,2. James Hanson,3. James Slipper,4. Rob Simmons,5. James Horwill (c),6. Eddie Quirk,7. Liam Gill,8. Jake Schatz,9. Will Genia,10. Quade Cooper ,11. Digby Ioane,12. Ben Tapuai,13. Anthony Faingaa,14. Rod Davies,15. Jono Lance

Replacements :16. Saia Faingaa,17. Ben Daley,18. Ed O'Donoghue,19. Jarrad Butler20. Ben Lucas,21. Chris Feauai-Sautia22. Dom Shipperley


1. Ben Alexander,2. Stephen Moore,3. Dan Palmer,4. Peter Kimlin,5. Sam Carter,6. Ben Mowen,7. George Smith,8. Fotu Auelua,9. Nic White,10. Matt Toomua,11. Joe Tomane,12. Christian Lealiifano,13. Tevita Kuridani,14. Henry Speight,15. Jesse Mogg

Replacements:16. Siliva Siliva,17. Scott Sio,18. Jordan Smiler,19. Colby Faingaa,20. Ian Prior,21. Pat McCabe,22. Clyde Rathbone

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