2018-06-18 by Phantom
M1. Cell C Sharks XV v Toyota Free State XV
The Cheetahs have assured their progress to the last eight of the Supersport Rugby Challenge while the Sharks need a win to progress. With the match taking place in Umlazi, this is an advantage for the hosts. The Cheetahs have a good side and they will try and continue momentum. Play wide.
M2. EP Elephants v Boland Cavaliers
The Elephants are a bad side and they have suffered a winless season. That is sure to continue against a resurgent Cavaliers who held Western Province to an unexpected draw a few weeks back. The Cavaliers also have a shout to make the last eight so a big win is expected.
M3. South Africa v England
It is 2-0 to South Africa heading into this last tour match. England started brightly again in Bloemfontein but could not match the hungry Boks showed good resolve to win. What is left to play for? Can England end their six-match losing streak? Will the Boks stamp their authority? They look a cut above England who are devoid of any confidence.
M4. Argentina v Scotland
Neither side has pulled up any trees in 2018. Wales went to Argentina which can be a tricky assignment and they never looked like losing their two tests. Scotland lost to USA by a poiny last weekend when a last gasp conversion was missed. Argentina may strike back despite the dangers Scotland possess.
M5. Golden Lions XV v Bulls
The Pumas have been brilliant in the north section of the Supersport Rugby Challenge so this match leaves plenty to play for. The Lions may have just enough depth in their system to pull off a win but it will not be straight forward. Leave options open.