2020-02-10 by Phantom
M1. Blues v Crusaders
The Blues went to the Waratahs last weekend and smashed them to look like a rugby side who could have some big wins in them. The Crusaders missed many chances when going down to the Chiefs last weekend. The Crusaders may have the edge but expect a close match.
M2. Rebels v Waratahs
Neither side has ripped up any trees yet so a win would get them on the right track. The Rebels will take some comfort that they are at home for the first time after two pretty bad defeats. The Waratahs have more going for them. Be with the away side.
M3. Glasgow v Zebre
In the Pro 14, remember big teams have lost their main players to international duty. That should not stop Glasgow though. They have built up depth and Zebre are bad travellers.
M4. Munster v Kings
Munster will have a largely unfamiliar side this weekend. That wont be an issue because most of their main players have been out of form and this is a chance to give the fringe members a chance. A good team to play are the Kings because that will battle here.
M5. Gloucester v Exeter
Suddenly the wheels have come off at Exeter. They are still on course for the knockout stage but a few losses on the bounce and pressure has mounted. Gloucester are a very good side in their own rights. Expect a good match.