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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 6:56 am 
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Saturday, 18 May @ 15h05 SAST (Sun 01h05 NZT | 13h05 GMT)

Emirates Airline Park, Johannesburg

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Capacity: 62,567

Weather:

Temp: 19°C
Rain: 0%
Wind 11 kmh W

Betting odds:
Lions 2.0
Highlanders 2.0
Handicap: Highlanders -1

Officials:
Referee Rasta Rasivhenge
AR1 Jaco Peyper
AR2 Griffin Colby
TMO Willie Vos

Lions:
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Log position: 9
SA Conference: 4
Wins: 6 from 11
VLLVVVBLLVLBV

Emirates Lions: 15 Andries Coetzee; 14 Courtnall Skosan, 13 Lionel Mapoe, 12 Harold Vorster, 11 Aphiwe Dyantyi; 10 Elton Jantjies, 9 Ross Cronje; 8 Kwagga Smith, 7 Cyle Brink, 6 Marnus Schoeman, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Stephan Lewies, 3 Carlu Sadie, 2 Malcolm Marx (c), 1 Dylan Smith.
Reserves: 16 Jan-Henning Campher, 17 Sti Sithole, 18 Johannes Jonker, 19 Vincent Tshituka, 20 Hacjivah Dayimani, 21 Nic Groom, 22 Shaun Reynolds, 23 Tyrone Green

Highlanders:

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Log position: 4
NZ Conference: 3
Wins: 5 from 11
VVLLDLBLLVVDV

Highlanders: 15 Matt Faddes, 14 Jordan Hyland, 13 Rob Thompson, 12 Teihorangi Walden, 11 Sio Tomkinson, 10 Josh Ioane, 9 Aaron Smith, 8 Shannon Frizell, 7 Luke Whitelock (c), 6 Dillon Hunt, 5 Tom Franklin, 4 Josh Dickson, 3 Tyrel Lomax, 2 Liam Coltman, 1 Ayden Johnstone.
Replacements: 16 Ash Dixon, 17 Daniel Lienert-Brown, 18 Siate Tokolahi, 19 Jack Whetton, 20 James Lentjes, 21 Kayne Hammington, 22 Dan Hollinshead, 23 Waisake Naholo


History:

Played: 11
Lions: 5
Highlanders: 6

In Johannesburg:

Played: 4
Lions: 4
Highlanders: 0

Last matches:
Sat, 12 May 2018 Lions v Highlanders 27-39 Dunedin
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 Lions v Highlanders 42-30 Johannesburg
Sat, 12 Mar 2016 Lions v Highlanders 15-34 Dunedin
Sat, 09 May 2015 Lions v Highlanders 28-23 Johannesburg
Sat, 10 May 2014 Lions v Highlanders 22-23 Dunedin


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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 7:51 am 
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I await the appointment of the officials with interest.


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I await the appointment of the officials with interest.

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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 7:55 am 
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Jensrsa wrote:
jdogscoop wrote:
I await the appointment of the officials with interest.

I Second that


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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 8:03 am 
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All Blacks loose forward Liam Squire will miss the Highlanders’ upcoming tour of South Africa to deal with personal issues.

Squire was meant to make his Super Rugby season debut yesterday, off the bench against the Jaguares, but he was a late withdrawal as the Highlanders claimed a 32-27 victory.

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It’s not the only All Blacks blow the Highlanders are going to suffer from, with Jackson Hemopo also not available to play in their games against the Lions and the Stormers due to a knee injury.

“We need to take fresh bodies, he won’t be available for the first game against the Lions, so we want to make sure we’ve got fully fit bodies on the field,” said Mauger.

Wing Tevita Li is also a doubt for the touring side after suffering a hamstring injury in the win yesterday, but he will be evaluated before the squad is named this morning.

In better news for the Highlanders, All Blacks winger Waisake Naholo will be included in the 27-man squad after recovering from an ACL injury, while Teihorangi Walden will also return to the squad and be available for selection.

https://rugby365.com/tournaments/super-rugby/news-super-rugby/highlanders-all-black-misses-trip-to-sa


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How many penalties will the Lions concede?

2 or 3?


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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 9:37 am 
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Thomas wrote:
How many penalties will the Lions concede?

2 or 3?


Will be interesting as the Clan is the least penalised team in the competition


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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 9:48 am 
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Jensrsa wrote:
Thomas wrote:
How many penalties will the Lions concede?

2 or 3?


Will be interesting as the Clan is the least penalised team in the competition


So a 18-3 count in favour of the Lions it is then.

I mean, only if Seconds is the ref.


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Thomas wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
Thomas wrote:
How many penalties will the Lions concede?

2 or 3?


Will be interesting as the Clan is the least penalised team in the competition


So a 18-3 count in favour of the Lions it is then.

I mean, only if Seconds is the ref.


3-9 would be reasonable with Seconds :)


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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 6:39 am 
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Referee Rasta Rasivhenge
AR1 Jaco Peyper
AR2 Griffin Colby
TMO Willie Vos


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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 6:42 am 
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Betting odds:
Lions 2.0
Highlanders 2.0
Handicap: Highlanders -1


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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 8:30 am 
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Lions should take this one


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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 8:40 am 
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Jensrsa wrote:
Referee Rasta Rasivhenge


That Aussie accent x(


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The Lions will be without captain Warren Whiteley for the encounter due to injury.

The extent of the injury still needs to be revealed by the Lions’ management team.

https://rugby365.com/tournaments/super-rugby/news-super-rugby/another-whiteley-blow-for-lions-2

Wazza should retire now and go into coaching full-time


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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 1:11 pm 
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Officials:
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AR1 Jaco Peyper
AR2 Griffin Colby
TMO Willie Vos


The Landers will have to play very well to make up for the 10 penalty advantage the Lions will be gifted by referee Saffa Revenge.

It could have been worse, it could have been Egon to ref the Seconds.


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jdogscoop wrote:
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Officials:
Referee Rasta Rasivhenge
AR1 Jaco Peyper
AR2 Griffin Colby
TMO Willie Vos


The Landers will have to play very well to make up for the 10 penalty advantage the Lions will be gifted by referee Saffa Revenge.

It could have been worse, it could have been Egon to ref the Seconds.

Rasta is an Aussie. :)


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PostPosted: Tue May 14, 2019 1:16 pm 
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Jensrsa wrote:
jdogscoop wrote:
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Officials:
Referee Rasta Rasivhenge
AR1 Jaco Peyper
AR2 Griffin Colby
TMO Willie Vos


The Landers will have to play very well to make up for the 10 penalty advantage the Lions will be gifted by referee Saffa Revenge.

It could have been worse, it could have been Egon to ref the Seconds.

Rasta is an Aussie. :)


Seems legit. :uhoh:

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Fhatuwani 'Rasta' Rasivhenge is a South African rugby union referee who is a member of the South African Rugby Union Premier Panel. He was appointed to referee the final of the rugby sevens tournament at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Born: 3 January 1986 (age 33 years), Johannesburg, South Africa


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Whiteley sat out training with a bruised knee...call to be made later this week


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jdogscoop wrote:
Jensrsa wrote:
jdogscoop wrote:
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Officials:
Referee Rasta Rasivhenge
AR1 Jaco Peyper
AR2 Griffin Colby
TMO Willie Vos


The Landers will have to play very well to make up for the 10 penalty advantage the Lions will be gifted by referee Saffa Revenge.

It could have been worse, it could have been Egon to ref the Seconds.

Rasta is an Aussie. :)


Seems legit. :uhoh:

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Fhatuwani 'Rasta' Rasivhenge is a South African rugby union referee who is a member of the South African Rugby Union Premier Panel. He was appointed to referee the final of the rugby sevens tournament at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Born: 3 January 1986 (age 33 years), Johannesburg, South Africa

He spent 6 months as an Aussie ref and try and sound like an Aussie now

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In 2014, Rasivhenge took a sabbatical from the South African Rugby Union and was recruited by the Australian Rugby Union; he subsequently appeared as an Australian referee in the IRB Sevens World Series


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Sards wrote:
Whiteley sat out training with a bruised knee...call to be made later this week

Seems not at serious as initially feared


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Highlanders to face Lions: 15 Matt Faddes, 14 Jordan Hyland, 13 Rob Thompson, 12 Teihorangi Walden, 11 Sio Tomkinson, 10 Josh Ioane, 9 Aaron Smith, 8 Shannon Frizell, 7 Luke Whitelock (c), 6 Dillon Hunt, 5 Tom Franklin, 4 Josh Dickson, 3 Tyrel Lomax, 2 Liam Coltman, 1 Ayden Johnstone.
Replacements: 16 Ash Dixon, 17 Daniel Lienert-Brown, 18 Siate Tokolahi, 19 Jack Whetton, 20 James Lentjes, 21 Kayne Hammington, 22 Dan Hollinshead, 23 Waisake Naholo


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That's a pretty good Highlanders side under the circumstances, and despite the fact I don't actually know who Jordan Hyland is.

Lions 18 - Landers 12.

Lions 6 pen, Landers two tries, 1 conv.


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That's a pretty good Highlanders side under the circumstances, and despite the fact I don't actually know who Jordan Hyland is.

Lions 18 - Landers 12.

Lions 6 pen, Landers two tries, 1 conv.

You haven't watched the Lions much, have you? They don't kick penalties at goal - only 11 attempts so far this season.

No, this game will be about tries


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Odd looking Highlanders loose trio - every player out of position.

I would have thought it would be 6. Frizzell 7. Hunt 8. Whitelock

Maybe Hansen wants to see how Frizzell goes at 8 :?

The Lions have beaten the Clan every time they have played them at home and I see no reason to think it will be different this time. Should be a comfortable win to the Lions.


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Maniototo Man wrote:
Odd looking Highlanders loose trio - every player out of position.

I would have thought it would be 6. Frizzell 7. Hunt 8. Whitelock

Maybe Hansen wants to see how Frizzell goes at 8 :?

The Lions have beaten the Clan every time they have played them at home and I see no reason to think it will be different this time. Should be a comfortable win to the Lions.


I think Shag has got Ardie in mind as an 8 cover. He must have asked the Canes to play him there, although I'm sure he's keen to see other options at this stage.

I think if he's pulling the strings it means Akira might be on the outer.


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I must agree it looks weird playing those two Frizell and Whitelock, out of their primary positions. It could only have been a request from above you would think.


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Coach Swys opens up

Lions and Springbok assistant coach Swys de Bruin finally revealed exactly what caused him to return home from New Zealand in the week his side were due to play the Chiefs in Hamilton.

De Bruin told You magazine that he was tormented by the fact that the match was going to be played on Good Friday and also by the indecent assault conviction against the team's defence coach Joey Mongalo, after an incident in Sydney last year.

The 59-year-old De Bruin said his hotel bed sheets were drenched after he broke out in a cold sweat, and his wife Marilize ordered him home.

"The Lions are a Christian team and I found it incredibly difficult to play on Good Friday," said De Bruin, who led the Lions into last year's final against the Crusaders.

"Many of our supporters criticised us for that too. I felt I should've taken a stand, but I didn't.

"I started getting a hollow feeling in my stomach and thought 'today I'm saying goodbye to the world'. I called my wife and told her I felt as if I were drowning, but didn't know why. She said I should come home immediately."

Here at the Wrap desk we commend coach Swys for being so forthright about mental-health issues. The sport can do with a whole lot more honesty when it comes to that particular subject. The GLRU also gets a tip of the hat for their unwavering support of their coach in such a tough time.


So he had breakdown because the team had to play on Good Friday?


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– The winner has alternated in the last 10 Super Rugby meetings between the Lions and the Highlanders, both sides winning five games apiece in that spell; should that run continue the Lions would be due victory in this game.

– The Highlanders have won five of their last seven Super Rugby fixtures in South Africa (L2), the same amount as they’d won in their previous 21 such matches (L16).

– The Lions have lost their last three Super Rugby games at home to New Zealand opposition, despite holding the lead at half-time in the last two matches of that span.

– Only the Crusaders (18) have scored more tries in the third quarter of matches than the Lions (13) and the Highlanders (12) in Super Rugby 2019.

– Matt Faddes (Highlanders) has scored three tries in his last four Super Rugby games; however, he’s not scored a try away from home in the competition since Round 12, 2017.


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Coach Swys opens up

Lions and Springbok assistant coach Swys de Bruin finally revealed exactly what caused him to return home from New Zealand in the week his side were due to play the Chiefs in Hamilton.

De Bruin told You magazine that he was tormented by the fact that the match was going to be played on Good Friday and also by the indecent assault conviction against the team's defence coach Joey Mongalo, after an incident in Sydney last year.

The 59-year-old De Bruin said his hotel bed sheets were drenched after he broke out in a cold sweat, and his wife Marilize ordered him home.

"The Lions are a Christian team and I found it incredibly difficult to play on Good Friday," said De Bruin, who led the Lions into last year's final against the Crusaders.

"Many of our supporters criticised us for that too. I felt I should've taken a stand, but I didn't.

"I started getting a hollow feeling in my stomach and thought 'today I'm saying goodbye to the world'. I called my wife and told her I felt as if I were drowning, but didn't know why. She said I should come home immediately."

Here at the Wrap desk we commend coach Swys for being so forthright about mental-health issues. The sport can do with a whole lot more honesty when it comes to that particular subject. The GLRU also gets a tip of the hat for their unwavering support of their coach in such a tough time.


So he had breakdown because the team had to play on Good Friday?

Jesus wept

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Coach Swys opens up

Lions and Springbok assistant coach Swys de Bruin finally revealed exactly what caused him to return home from New Zealand in the week his side were due to play the Chiefs in Hamilton.

De Bruin told You magazine that he was tormented by the fact that the match was going to be played on Good Friday and also by the indecent assault conviction against the team's defence coach Joey Mongalo, after an incident in Sydney last year.

The 59-year-old De Bruin said his hotel bed sheets were drenched after he broke out in a cold sweat, and his wife Marilize ordered him home.

"The Lions are a Christian team and I found it incredibly difficult to play on Good Friday," said De Bruin, who led the Lions into last year's final against the Crusaders.

"Many of our supporters criticised us for that too. I felt I should've taken a stand, but I didn't.

"I started getting a hollow feeling in my stomach and thought 'today I'm saying goodbye to the world'. I called my wife and told her I felt as if I were drowning, but didn't know why. She said I should come home immediately."

Here at the Wrap desk we commend coach Swys for being so forthright about mental-health issues. The sport can do with a whole lot more honesty when it comes to that particular subject. The GLRU also gets a tip of the hat for their unwavering support of their coach in such a tough time.


So he had breakdown because the team had to play on Good Friday?

Already posted on the Lions thread - viewtopic.php?f=3&t=87433&p=6038452#p6038452

Got nothing to do with Saturday's game


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Hope the Landers pump the happy clappies on Saturday


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Hope the Landers pump the happy clappies on Saturday

The Lions' two fridges are ready to milk penalties at scrum time by never scrumming the same way :)

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Emirates Lions: 15 Andries Coetzee; 14 Courtnall Skosan, 13 Lionel Mapoe, 12 Harold Vorster, 11 Aphiwe Dyantyi; 10 Elton Jantjies, 9 Ross Cronje; 8 Kwagga Smith, 7 Cyle Brink, 6 Marnus Schoeman, 5 Marvin Orie, 4 Stephan Lewies, 3 Carlu Sadie, 2 Malcolm Marx (c), 1 Dylan Smith.
Reserves: 16 Jan-Henning Campher, 17 Sti Sithole, 18 Johannes Jonker, 19 Vincent Tshituka, 20 Hacjivah Dayimani, 21 Nic Groom, 22 Shaun Reynolds, 23 Tyrone Green


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Whiteley out again..... :uhoh:


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Hope the Landers pump the happy clappies on Saturday


"Happy clappies". Apparent cultural reference? Please enlighten me :P


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Trivia:
– The winner has alternated in the last 10 Super Rugby meetings between the Lions and the Highlanders, both sides winning five games apiece in that spell; should that run continue the Lions would be due victory in this game.

– The Highlanders have won five of their last seven Super Rugby fixtures in South Africa (L2), the same amount as they’d won in their previous 21 such matches (L16).

– The Lions have lost their last three Super Rugby games at home to New Zealand opposition, despite holding the lead at half-time in the last two matches of that span.

– Only the Crusaders (18) have scored more tries in the third quarter of matches than the Lions (13) and the Highlanders (12) in Super Rugby 2019.

– Matt Faddes (Highlanders) has scored three tries in his last four Super Rugby games; however, he’s not scored a try away from home in the competition since Round 12, 2017.


Interesting. Cheers for that :thumbup:


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Hope the Landers pump the happy clappies on Saturday


"Happy clappies". Apparent cultural reference? Please enlighten me :P

Supposedly the Lions are a deeply religious team


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Will an inept local referee gift the Lions another game? What are the chances of another shameful 20-1 penalty count? Shame on you South African Rugby :thumbdown:


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Will an inept local referee gift the Lions another game? What are the chances of another shameful 20-1 penalty count? Shame on you South African Rugby :thumbdown:


20-1? what game was that?


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There's a lot of pace in that Lions backline, so retaining possession might be the key for the Clan.


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