New South Wales Waratahs vs. Queensland Reds
Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, Australia
The Waratahs are out of the Super AU Rugby Championship, lying at the bottom of the table. The NSW Waratahs haven't been on their A-game in years, and now is the time for their team management and officials to make immediate and significant adjustments, as the stakes will be higher in the future years. When comparing the two teams based on their point table rankings, both have won their first two games this season. In the second game, the Reds will be hoping to extend their winning streak at Suncorp Stadium and remain unblemished in the magnificent run.Get Your Sign-Up Bonus!
The Queensland Reds - Looking to build on their reputation at Suncorp Stadium
You can't just leave the Queensland Reds out of the equation because they're just as ready for a battle as the other teams in the Pacific Rugby league. On the other hand, Queensland is facing inconsistency in its ranks since they are not playing with the regular side this summer.
Their recent victory against the Rebels (23-5) surprised many bettors and analysts who did not anticipate the Reds to lose by more than ten points. To keep in mind, Queensland will lose to the Hurricanes, Blues, and Crusaders in the 2021 season. Their single victory in the 2021 game against the Chiefs (40-34). The forthcoming race would be an intense showdown between these two circuit's so-called arch-rivals.
- Anthony Fainga’a;
- Hamish Stewart;
- Bryce Hega;
- Tate McDermott;
- Andrew Ready;
- Duncan Paia’ Aua.
The New South Wales Waratahs - Hoping to Make a Mark with their Winning Form
It's just a terrible season, but it's not a horrible year; putting all prior defeats and unexpected outcomes aside, it's time for the NSW Waratahs to go on in the season and play with optimism. The NSW Waratahs have always welcomed challenges and have been aggressive in the face of superior opponents.
The previous time the Queensland Reds and Waratahs played, it was a nail-biter, with the Waratahs holding their nerve to win 28-17. The NSW Waratahs will take on the Queensland Reds in their home stadium in the next match. The NSW Waratahs overcome the favorites and surprise everyone watching and following the game from within striking distance.
- Benn Robinson;
- Alex Newsome;
- Matthew Carraro;
- Matt Lucas;
- Michael Hooper.
Expert Betting Tips
Both sides are always ready for a challenge. The New South Wales Waratahs are unquestionably the favorites to defeat the Queensland Reds at Suncorp Stadium based on prior head-to-head statistics. However, depending on how teams play on match day, the scenario might go either way.
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