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Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria, Sunday 2.05am (AEST) Last meeting: Round 6 2014 – Bulls 23-19, Loftus Versfeld StadiumHead-to-head: Played 22 Bulls 12 Sharks 9 drawn 1In Pretoria: Played 11 Bulls 6 Sharks 4 drawn 1Referee: Jaco van Heerden (RSA)TV: Live, FoxSports 502Ladbrokes: Bulls $1.91, Sharks $1.91 BetEasy: Bulls $1.95, Sharks $1.85
AAP writes: The Sharks got their season rolling last week with a win over the Lions, while the Bulls should’ve done likewise, but inexplicably failed to properly ground a late match-winning try. They’ll be extremely keen to ensure they don’t start their season with three straight losses at Loftus Versfeld. The last time they lost two in a row at Loftus was in 2008, and you’d have to go as far back as 2002 to find a time when they lost three in a row. And the bad news for them is that there is few, if any, teams with a better record than the Sharks in Pretoria.
SHARKS: SP Marais, Odwa Ndungane, Waylon Murray, Andre Esterhuizen, Lwazi Mvovo, Patrick Lambie. Cobus Reinaach, Ryan Kankowski, Renaldo Bothma, Marcell Coetzee, Pieter-Steph du Toit, Lubabalo Mtyanda, Jannie du Plessis, Bismarck du Plessis, Dale Chadwick. Reserves: Kyle Cooper, Thomas du Toit, Lourens Adriaanse, Marco Wentzel, Jean Deysek, Conrad Hoffmann, Fred Zeilinga/Lionel Cronje, Jack Wilson
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