United Rugby Championship
Ulster vs. Sharks
Kingspan Stadium, Belfast, Northern Ireland
As we are near to the close of the ongoing United Rugby Championship season, Ulster and Sharks play their last fixture of the league against each other. Going in the game, Ulster stands 5th with 11 wins and 55 points from 17 games played. Not to the surprise of many, the Sharks stand 3rd with 11 wins and a tie from their 17 games played so far. If the Sharks manage to win their upcoming away game, we might see a little change in the points table.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Ulster - Iain Henderson is Fit and Back in the Ranks
Going in the game Ulster are well prepared to defend their home with the likes of Iain Henderson and Stuart McCloskey getting back in the side. Dan MacFarland has named three injuries probable, which will be missing out in the upcoming game. Cooney is all set to play his 100th game in Ulster ranks and will be confident of performing well at the fly-half. Ulster will be well aware of the fact that they are a win away from making it through to the quarterfinals.
Key Players for Ulster
Sharks - Taking Confidence and Momentum from the Win Over Connacht
Sharks have a decent reputation when playing away from home. Going in the game Sharks are expected to make a couple of changes to their lineup from the win against Connacht. Coach Sean Everitt will be experiencing two new lock pairs in the form of Ruben van Heerden and Reneil Hugo.
Key Players for Sharks
- du Toit
Expert Betting Tips
Both teams have much to play for, making it tough to predict who will be qualifying for the next stage and winning the game simultaneously. According to my observation, the home team is likely to win, securing a spot in the premier quarterfinals. Considering the form of Ulster, they will certainly be more active and fresher than the visitors.
- Ulster to Win for 1.31
- Total Under 44 for 2.00
- Individual Total Ulster 22 And More for 1.445