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Overall the Waratahs have played the Blues 19 times in Super Rugby since 1996 and they have won 7 matches and lost 12.
That gives the Waratahs a record of winning just 37% of their matches against the Blues with an average score of : Waratahs 25 Blues 27.
This weekend the match will be played in Sydney which is home to the Waratahs and where the teams have met 9 times.
From those 9 matches the Waratahs have won 6 matches and lost three matches which gives them a record of winning 67% of their home matches.
The average score in Sydney when the Waratahs play the Blues is : Waratahs 30 Blues 23.
The last five matches between the teams that have been played in Sydney have all been won by the Waratahs and the Blues have not won there since 2003 in the Super 12.
The Blues are at the bottom of the Super Rugby standings having played five matches and lost all five. Last year the Blues played eight matches away from home and they could only manage a victory over the Force in Perth.
In 2013 the Blues played 8 away matches and won one as well – they beat the Hurricanes. What this means is that in the Blues last 19 away matches they have won two.
The Waratahs have played five matches so far this season and they have won three matches. At home they have played two and won one.
Last week the Blues had a bye while the Waratahs comfortably beat the Brumbies at home in Sydney.
The Waratahs have kept the faith and named an unchanged team for this week while the Blues have named Dan Bowden to make his debut for the Auckland side.
One of the Blues best players Ihaia West has been rested this week and there are several players returning to the squad for the first time after early season injuries including George Moala who has his first start at centre, with former All Black Sevens player Pita Ahki and lock Culum Retallick on the bench.
All Black Charles Piutau will move to fullback after playing two games at centre.
Waratahs: Benn Robinson,2.Tolu Latu,3.Sekope Kepu,4.Will Skelton,5.David Dennis (C),6.Jacques Potgieter,7.Michael Hooper (VC),8.Wycliff Palu,9.Nick Phipps,10.Bernard Foley,11.Rob Horne,12.Kurtley Beale,13.Matt Carraro,14.Taqele Naiyaravoro,15.Israel Folau (VC)
Replacements:16.Hugh Roach,17.Tatafu Polota-Nau, 18.Jeremy Tilse, 19.Paddy Ryan, 20.Sam Lousi, 21.Mitchell Chapman, 22.Stephen Hoiles, 23.Brendan McKibbin, 24.Jono Lance, 25.Peter Betham (two to be ommitted)
Blues: Tony Woodcock, James Parsons, Charlie Faumuina, Hayden Triggs, Patrick Tuipulotu, Steven Luatua, Brendon O’Connor, Jerome Kaino (c), Jimmy Cowan, Dan Bowden, Melani Nanai, Francis Saili, George Moala, Frank Halai
Replacements : Keven Mealamu, Ofa Tu’ungafasi/Sam Prattley, Angus Ta’avao, Culum Retallick, Luke Braid, Jamison Gibson-Park, Simon Hickey, Pita Ahki