There are just five rounds to go in Super Rugby's regular season, the Australian and South African conferences very much in the balance. Follow all the team news for Round 14 here.
The Brumbies have gone to the top of the Australian Super Rugby conference with a 33-0 win against the Sunwolves in Canberra on Sunday.
The Brumbies have re-signed flanker Tom Cusack on a two-year deal, in another indication that David Pocock's Super Rugby career is drawing to a close.
The Brumbies are determined to "ignore the haters" and stick to their winning formula in an effort to break back into the Super Rugby finals.
Sunday rugby returns in Round 13 with the Brumbies hosting the Sunwolves, while Friday night sees two crucial derby matches in both Australia and New Zealand.
Brumbies assistant coach Laurie Fisher has taken to social media to slam those criticising their style of play following a gritty Super Rugby win against the Blues.
Folau Faingaa's hat-trick provided the foundation of the Brumbies' gritty Super Rugby win against the Blues in Canberra.
Rising teenage rugby star Nick Frost has joined the Brumbies after a stint at one of the best nurseries in the sport, the Crusaders.
Aaron Mauger has the Otago-based franchise humming, while the Reds can press a strong playoff claim this weekend. In South Africa, the teams each have key players injured.
Super Rugby has a full slate of seven games in Round 12, highlighted by two trans-Tasman clashes on Saturday evening.
The Brumbies have missed a golden opportunity to win back-to-back Super Rugby games on tour after going down 20-15 to the Jaguares in Buenos Aires.
The Chiefs face a potentially season-defining clash with the Hurricanes while the Waratahs host the Sharks at what will be just the second match at Sydney's new Bankwest Stadium. Follow all the team listings for Round 11 here.
Brumbies coach Dan McKellar says injured Wallabies ace David Pocock is missing the trip to Argentina as a precautionary measure to get him healthy for his team's final six Super Rugby regular season games.
Coach Dan McKellar was glowing in his praise after the Brumbies turned in one of the great defensive performances in Super Rugby history to revitalise their season.
We've reached the halfway point of the 2019 Super Rugby season. The Crusaders are clear at the top, but the chasing pack is not small in size. We review your team's progress here!
All eyes will be on the Waratahs as they take to the field without Israel Folau for the first time since his controversial Instagram post, while round 10 is also highlighted by a New Zealand derby.
The Brumbies have put some life back into their Super Rugby season, defeating the Lions 31-20 in Canberra.
David Pocock has failed to pass a fitness test and will not make his Super Rugby return for the struggling Brumbies this week.
Super Rugby round 9 is highlighted by the Blues playing for their fifth consecutive win as they look firmly placed in the playoff race, while the Reds go on tour and the Sharks aim to solidify their place at the top of their conference.
The Brumbies have blown a chance to end their Super Rugby drought against the Crusaders, falling away in the second half to lose 36-14 in Christchurch.
In an emotionally-charged match, the Crusaders return to Christchurch for the first time since a terror attack that killed 50 people. This week the side are determined to bring hope to the community, while, the Rebels are wary of a once quiet beast.
Super Rugby round 8 is highlighted by the Crusaders returning home for the first time since the Christchurch terror attacks to take on the Brumbies, in what is sure to be an emotional night.
It may not quite be a dirty word like "rotation" was during Mickey Arthur's stint as Australia cricket coach, but Rugby World Cup-aiding "rest weeks" are fast becoming a key factor in this year's Super Rugby competition.
The night has finally arrived. Quade Cooper returns to Suncorp Stadium with a point to prove to Brad Thorn while, in Wellington, the biggest All Blacks debate from 2018 again rears its head.
Super Rugby round 7 is highlighted by the Crusaders looking to bounce back from their shock loss in a New Zealand derby, while the Reds play host to the Rebels who return from their South Africa trip.
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- BRUMB6thTRIES SCORED 1st Crusaders : 58 Tries ScoredCRUS1st4458
- BRUMB7thPOINTS DIFFERENCE 1st Crusaders : 179 Points DifferenceCRUS1st5179