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The Brumbies and Stormers clash in Round 6 of the Super Rugby season at Canberra Stadium on Saturday night.What: Round 6 Super Rugby – Brumbies v Stormers
When: Saturday, March 22 – 7:40pm (AEDT)
Where: Canberra Stadium.
I can view it on: Fox Sports


 


Things you need to know: The Brumbies are flying after three straight wins but their early-season injury toll is becoming a concern. Tevita Kuridrani is the latest withdrawal after returning to Fiji to attend a funeral. David Pocock (knee), Fotu Auelua (knee), Rathbone (hamstring), Scott Sio (ankle), Henry Speight (jaw), Leon Power (knee) and Christian Lealiifano (ankle) are all sidelined through injury. Despite their injury woes, Stephen Larkham's men lead the Australian Conference and sit third overall.
Stormers coach Allister Coetzee has made five changes after starting their Australasian tour with consecutive losses to the Chiefs and Crusaders. Veteran Peter Grant has been given a reprieve at flyhalf while elusive Springbok Juan de Jongh returns from injury via the bench. The Stormers have managed just one win from four games so far to sit third in the South African conference and 14th overall.


 


 GIO Stadium, Canberra, Saturday 7.40pm (AEDT)


 


 Last meeting: Round 6 2013 - Stormers 35 bt Brumbies 22 at Newlands Rugby Stadium


 


Head-to-head: Played 15 Brumbies 10 Stormers 4 drawn 1


 


In Canberra: Played 7 Brumbies 6 Stormers 1


 


Referee: Glen Jackson (NZL)


 


TV: Live, FoxSports 2


 


Betfair: Brumbies $1.34, Stormers $3.35


 


Ladbrokes: Brumbies $1.33, Stormers $3.35


 


Richard Shute writes: The Brumbies were outstanding last week against the Waratahs, controlling the ball in the loose and shepherding the Waratahs in defence. A win is a huge ask for a Stormers side with just one win from four. The Brumbies are already in the midst of an injury crisis, but welcome Joe Tomane into a reshuffled backline. The return of Juan de Jongh to the bench is a massive boost for the visitors, but last year’s finalists should cruise home.


 


AAP writes: The Brumbies will have to protect their hard-earned Australian conference lead without the services of four key players after Test prop Scott Sio (ankle), classy winger Henry Speight (jaw), Wallabies centre Tevita Kuridrani (funeral), lock Leon Power (knee) and Test prop Scott Sio (ankle) were all ruled out of the match. Wallabies flyer Joe Tomane returns from an ankle injury to replace Speight as the Brumbies bid to back up their impressive home win over the NSW Waratahs. The Stormers have had a sluggish start to their campaign, winning just one of four matches, but the hardy South Africans have a habit of firing up in Australasia.


 


BRUMBIES: Jesse Mogg, Joseph Tomane, Andrew Smith, Pat McCabe, Robbie Coleman, Matt Toomua, Nic White, Ben Mowen, Jarrad Butler, Jordan Smiler, Sam Carter, Scott Fardy, Ben Alexander, Stephen Moore, JP Smith. Reserves: Siliva Siliva, Ruaidhri Murphy, Ruan Smith, Jack Whetton, Lachlan McCaffrey, Michael Dowsett, Lionel Cronje, Stephan van der Walt.


 


STORMERS: Gio Aplon, Kobus van Wyk, Jean de Villiers (c), Damian de Allende, Sailosi Tagicakibau, Peter Grant, Nic Groom, Duane Vermeulen, Schalk Burger, Deon Fourie, Michael Rhodes, Ruan Botha, Frans Malherbe, Tiaan Liebenberg, Steven Kitshoff. Reserves: Stephan Coetzee, Oliver Kebble, Brok Harris, Siya Kolisi, Nizaam Carr, Louis Schreuder, Demetri Catrakilis, Juan de Jongh.


 


What did they do last week? The Brumbies reinforced their status as the best team in the Australian Conference with a 28-23 win over arch rivals the Waratahs. The Stormers suffered a 36-20 loss at the hands of defending champs the Chiefs in Hamilton.


 


Things you need to know: The Brumbies are flying after three straight wins but their early-season injury toll is becoming a concern. Tevita Kuridrani is the latest withdrawal after returning to Fiji to attend a funeral. David Pocock (knee), Fotu Auelua (knee), Rathbone (hamstring), Scott Sio (ankle), Henry Speight (jaw), Leon Power (knee) and Christian Lealiifano (ankle) are all sidelined through injury. Despite their injury woes, Stephen Larkham's men lead the Australian Conference and sit third overall.
Stormers coach Allister Coetzee has made five changes after starting their Australasian tour with consecutive losses to the Chiefs and Crusaders. Veteran Peter Grant has been given a reprieve at flyhalf while elusive Springbok Juan de Jongh returns from injury via the bench. The Stormers have managed just one win from four games so far to sit third in the South African conference and 14th overall.


 


Reason to watch: Jesse Mogg. The Brumbies full-back was in electrifying form against the Waratahs and appears full of early-season confidence after making his Wallabies debut last season.


 


Reason to turn away: The Stormers will more than likely try to bash their way to victory with a boring game plan that involves a heap of kicking and a lot of fat blokes hitting the ball up from first receiver.


 


Say what: "This is going to be a physically confronting game. Those guys are massive boys in the forwards and they've got some big backs as well. We're looking for a very physical game," – Brumbies coach Stephen Larkham.


 


Final instructions: The Stormers have won the past two meetings between these two including a 16-3 victory in Canberra on their most recent visit in 2011. That was the Stormers' only triumph in seven trips to the national capital. But a lot has changed for the Brumbies in three years and they are a far more formidable opponent in 2014. Last week's win over the Waratahs was a major statement while the Stormers were no match for the Chiefs to continue a miserable start to the season. The visitors will be desperate but the injury-hit Brumbies should have enough class left on the park to continue their winning streak. Brumbies by eight.


 


 


 



 




 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

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