Superb Super Rugby Refund on All Australian Affairs

CrownBet have a smashing Super Rugby Refund on both Australian affairs for the final round of the season.

It’s the last round of the Super Rugby season this weekend and with only 2 Aussie sides progressing to the finals we bid farewell to the nation’s other 3 teams. There are 2 All Australian affairs this weekend and CrownBet has an excellent offer on both games. Place a head to head bet on either the Rebels or Force in Friday night’s match and or Waratahs or Reds on Saturday night and if your selection leads at half time but loses, you’ll be refunded. The refund will be in the form of a bonus bet, equal to your stake, up to $50; with your first head to head wager per match qualifying for CrownBet’s special.

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Rebels Face Force in Dead Rubber

Despite their most successful season in their short history Melbourne can’t make the finals. They’ll finish 3rd in Australia’s division no matter what, but will end their season with a 50% win record if they beat the Force on Friday night and register an 8th win. The hosts are aiming to do the double on their opponents after their 4 point victory in Perth earlier this season. Melbourne led 7-15 at half time before eventually winning 17-21.

The Westerners woeful season can’t end soon enough. The Force are not only last in the Australian conference but there also bottom of the overall ladder. They’ve won just 2 games in 2015 but will hope to finish on a high in Melbourne.

Queensland Could be Embarrassed

The Waratahs will earn a home final if they beat the Reds in Sydney on Saturday night. They could lose and still top the Australian Division if the Brumbies don’t win, but the Tahs are at short odds to conquer Queensland. New South Wales were 18 point winners when the two sides met at Suncorp Stadium in round 4 and they’ll look to warm up for the finals with a solid showing. The reigning champions racked up 58 points last weekend and may be in the mood to punish the Reds if the visitors put in yet another poor performance. The Reds have managed just 4 wins this year in a stuttering and stumbling season.

So will both games go to script or is an upset the cards? Remember to get your Suer Rugby refund all your team needs to do is be in front at the break.