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Sharks vs Stormers: Super Rugby live scores

21st April, 2018

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Sharks vs Stormers

Super Rugby, 22 April, 2018

Kings Park Stadium
Fulltime - Sharks 24, Stormers 17
Sharks   Stormers
24 FINAL SCORE 17
3 TRIES 2
3 CONVERSION KICKS 2
1 PENALTY GOALS 1
0 DROP GOALS 0
 
 
Referee: Glen Jackson
Touch judges: Egon Seconds & Cwengile Jadezweni
TMO: Marius Jonker
Kick-off: 1:15am (AEST)
Venue: Kings Park Stadium, Durban
TV: Live, Fox Sports
Online: Live, Foxtel app or Foxtel now
Betting: Sharks $1.70, Stormers $2.15
Damian Willemse (L) of the Stormers passes the ball to his team mate Siya Kolisi of the Stormers during the round four Super Rugby match between the Highlanders and the Stormers Forsyth Barr Stadium on March 9, 2018 in Dunedin, New Zealand. (Photo by Dianne Manson/Getty Images)
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21st April, 2018
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The Sharks and Stormers will both look to reverse their fortunes and keep in touch with the top of the South African conference when they clash in Round 10. Join The Roar for live scores and coverage from 1:15am (AEST).

The Sharks are a shell of the team that ran 63 points up on the Blues a few weeks ago. While that was a solid performance in attack, they let in 40 points, and that defensive deficiency has been more prominent as their attack abandoned them.

While they had a one-point loss at home to the Hurricanes in Round 8, it seemed to sap all the confidence out of them last week, as the Bulls ran over the top of them, 40-10.

Their offence was non-existent and defence not much better in a crucial game, which would have made qualifying for the finals – even at this point of the season – that little bit easier down the stretch.

The Sharks and Stormers are currently sitting third and fourth in the South African conference respectively, well behind the Lions, who lead. With wildcard positions up for grabs though, every game is still important.

The Stormers will be the fresher team, having had a bye last week, but they had two straight losses before that, including conceding 50 against the Lions in their last outing.

Prediction
Neither team have been playing well, but the Sharks have home-ground advantage and should be able to make that count for something.

Sharks by 6.

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