Great goals, big hits and super tries … SportsClub‘s JUANDRE JOUBERT takes a look at some great sporting events you can’t miss this coming weekend.
Talented youngster Embrose Papier is in line to start his first Test when the Springboks take on Scotland in Edinburgh this Saturday, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
The attack, as well as the management of the subs, will be in the spotlight when the Springboks go hunting an 80-minute performance in Edinburgh, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Former Stormers centre Huw Jones will start in one of six personnel changes to the Scotland side to face the Boks in Edinburgh on Saturday.
Springbok forwards coach Matt Proudfoot says there are still areas of their set-piece that needs tweaking when they face Scotland in Edinburgh on Saturday.
A forecast of fine weather for Edinburgh this Saturday should encourage Bok coach Rassie Erasmus to hand Embrose Papier his first start at scrumhalf, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
Rassie Erasmus faces a tough call between managing his top players and fielding a pack that can neutralise Scotland’s breakdown bandits, writes JON CARDINELLI.
Chelsea midfielder Jorginho converted a 78th-minute penalty as a stuttering Italy earned a 1-1 Nations League draw at home with Poland.
Bidvest Wits have confirmed the signing of Scottish forward Simon Murray in a deal believed to be worth £150,000 (R2.6-million).
Cape Town City FC coach Benni McCarthy has been reportedly linked to Scottish club St Mirren.