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Clearly, This weekend the match will be played in Durban which is home for the Sharks and the venue where the teams have met 9 times.
And of course, definitely In those 9 matches played in Durban the Sharks have won 6 matches and lost 3.
This gives the Sharks a record of winning 67% of their matches against the Reds at home.
The average score when the Sharks play the Reds in Durban is : Sharks 25 Reds 21.
The Sharks have won eight of their last 11 Super Rugby encounters with the Reds (L3), each of those wins have seen them score 21 points or more against the Queenslanders.
The Sharks have won 21 of their last 26 Super Rugby home games against Australian opposition (D2, L3), going undefeated in the last 10 fixtures of that span (W8, D2).
The Reds are pursuing a Super Rugby win in South Africa for the first time since Round 10 2015 (v Cheetahs)
They haven’t toppled an existing South African club since Round 8 2011 against the Stormers
Which Sharks side will turn up this week? The white-hot outfit that hammered the Lions at Ellis Park in round eight, or the ice-cold group that surrendered to the Jaguares in what coach Rob du Preez Snr described as the franchise’s ‘worst performance
The Sharks conceded 51 points and as many seven tries at home last week. While rumours persist that the coach and many of the players are not on the same page
The Vodacom Bulls bounced back last week to claim a comfortable win over the Reds at Loftus Versfeld. Brad Thorn’s side could become victims of another backlash when they travel to Kings Park.
Base on records, April 2004 was the last time the Reds triumphed in Super Rugby visiting the Sharks, three of the Reds’ four away wins against the Sharks have come by a single point.
Samu Kerevi (Reds) and Daniel du Preez (Sharks) have carried the ball the most often in Super Rugby 2019, with 108 and 96 carries respectively.
The Sharks have played the Reds 19 times in Super rugby since 1998 and the Sharks have won 9 matches, drawn none and lost 10 times.
The Sharks 9 wins out of 19 matches gives them a record of winning close to half of their matches against the Reds regardless of venue.
Actually, The Reds won the first three matches in a row involving these teams between 2000 and 2004 but since then the Sharks have gone unbeaten through five matches against the Reds at home