Super Rugby season is getting to the end with just a few rounds to go. Here we highlight the latest Super Rugby fixtures with betting odds and rugby betting information. Here are the betting odds for the super rugby quarter finals.

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Super Rugby Betting odds For Finals Round 20(Starting 6 August 2016)

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Hurricanes (4/10) v Lions (2/1) Westpac Stadium

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Here are a few facts about the 18 Super Rugby teams that will help you to choose your rugby betting angle:

1. Highlanders – last year’s winners and strong as ever. Current betting odds of 40/1 to win outright.
2. Blues  – Made it to Round 18 in 2015 where they were thumped by the Highlanders. What are their chances this year? Current betting odds of 200/1 to win outright.
3. Brumbies – Last year’s semi-finalist against the Hurricanes and they beat the Reds in the pre-season warm up. Are they ready to win the cup? Current betting odds of 25/1 to win outright.
4. Chiefs – Made it to the qualifiers last year. Can they do it again or go even further? Current betting odds of 14/10 to win outright.
5. Crusaders – The 2016 Crusaders Super Rugby squad has a new look to it after players such as Richie McCaw and Dan Carter moved on. They have high hopes to win this year, can they do it? Current betting odds are 18/1 to win outright.
6. Western Force – Western Force head coach Michael Foley said while there were positive aspects in his side’s display when they beat the Asia-Pacific Dragons in their pre-season warm up. There are still fundamental areas requiring improvement before round one, he says. Current betting odds are 1000/1 to win outright.
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7. Hurricanes – 2015 finalists against the Highlanders. One of the strongest teams in the tournament. Current betting odds of 33/1 to win outright.
8. Los Jaguares – Being thumped by the Stormers in a pre-season game unfortunately doesn’t bode well for this Argentinian team that will play it’s first ever Super Rugby match this year. Do they have what it takes? Current betting odds of 1000/1 to win outright.
9. Rebels – Defeated by Western Force last year in Round 18. They have some tough competition and lots of work to do. Current betting odds of 200/1 to win outright.
10. Reds – defeated by the Brumbies in the pre-season warm up. Do they have a chance? Current betting odds of 1000/1 to win outright.
11. Sunwolves – Japanese Sunwolves warmed up for their first ever Super Rugby match with a 52-24 victory over a Top League select side at Toyota stadium in Aichi In February this year. Do they have what it takes to make their mark in their first ever Super Rugby tournament? Current betting odds of 1000/1 to win outright.
12. Bulls – The Bulls have lost a host of senior players and numerous youngsters to overseas clubs. They may battle to resolve their lineout problems now that Victor Matfield, Flip van der Merwe, Pierre Spies and Jacques du Plessis are all playing their rugby overseas. Current betting odds of 33/1 to win the tournament.
13. Cheetahs – The Super Rugby draw has benefited the Cheetahs in 2016 as they will not play any of the New Zealand franchises during the regular season. However, they will still find it a challenge to qualify for the quarter-finals ahead of the Stormers and Lions. Current betting odds of 1000/1 to win series
14. Kings – The Kings would do well to come anywhere close to matching their 2013 season. Financial chaos compromised their recruitment process this year and the team will hopefully be able to rise from the ashes. Current betting odds of 1000/1 to win the title.
15. Lions – After losing the first three games in their 2015 campaign, the Lions proved to be one of the real surprise contenders last season. They are the current Currie Cup title holders and should not be taken lightly this Super Rugby season. Current betting odds of 9/1 to win the Super Rugby Title.
16. Sharks – After a dismal 2015 season the Sharks have undergone quite severe restructuring and are looking to play with a clean slate. Captained by Pat Lambie this team has high profile recruits and coaches and will be an interesting team to watch this season. Current betting odds for the tournament win are 50/1.
17. Waratahs – Last years semifinalists against the Highlanders they have a strong squad and  look like the favourites amongst the Australia teams. Betting odds of 200/1 for the win.
18. Stormers – The Stormers ended their Super Rugby pre-season with a 29-14 victory over the Los Jaguares at Newlands. The team is packed with talent and if they get off to a good start will prove to be a strong side.  Do the Stormers have what it takes for this year’s Super Rugby title?  Current betting odds of 3/1 to win outright.

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