Australia v South Africa predictions: Springboks to break bad run | Sports News

Albert Perez

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Hunter Paisami returns for Australia

Albert Perez

Free rugby tips, best bets and analysis for Australia v South Africa in the Rugby League.

where to watch

Sky Sports Main Event & Mix, 6:30 a.m. Saturday

Best bet

South Africa win by 1 to 12 points
1pt 8-5 Coral, Ladbrokes

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South Africa have not won in their last seven trips to Australia, a streak dating back to 2013, but they have a great chance of winning against a volatile Wallabies side on Saturday.

After losing their summer home streak to England, Australia looked to steady the ship with a maiden Rugby Championship victory in Argentina.

But the following week they were stunned 48-17 by Los Pumas and confidence could be low as they escaped to the Adelaide Ring to face the world champions.

Skipper Michael Hooper is still missing for Australia and fly-half Noah Lolesio is recalled being overlooked for first Quade Cooper and then James O’Connor after the England series.

There is good news with the return of center Hunter Paisami, but without injured Samu Kerevi the hosts appear to lack the physicality to stand up to South Africa.

The Springboks were beaten by New Zealand last week but this result is likely to focus their minds and emphasize efficiency over ambition as they look to get back on track. right way.

Only two of the last ten meetings between these nations have been settled by a margin of more than 12 points – and that includes two draws – and a narrow win for Bok looks the best bet.


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