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Overall the Blues have played the Brumbies 20 times and they have won 11 matches and lost 9 which gives them a record of winning 55% of their matches against the Canberra side.
The average score when the Blues play the Brumbies regardless of venue is : Blues 24 Brumbies 24.
This weekend the Blues will have home advantage as the match will be played in Auckland. The teams have played each other 11 times in Auckland and they have won 7 matches and lost 4.
That gives the Blues a record of winning 64% of their home matches against the Brumbies. The average score when the Blues play the Brumbies in Auckland is : Blues 25 Brumbies 19.
Much has been said of the Blues form and their results this season but this will be their first match at Eden Park this year. They have played seven matches so far but none at home and last they won 6 out of 7 matches in Auckland.
In terms of selection the Blues have made four changes for this week and three of the Blues four changes are in the forwards as James Parsons comes in to replace Keven Mealamu at hooker and Patrick Tuipulotu replaces Hayden Triggs.
In the backs Dan Bowden retains the starting No.10 jersey for the third week but Melani Nanai replaces Tevita Li on the wing.
The Brumbies have named an unchanged side for this week – they beat the Cheetahs 20-3 in Canberra.
In terms of form the Brumbies have been one of the best teams this year but they have yet to win in New Zealand. They have played four matches away from home and won two.
The Blues might have lost all seven of their matches so far but they have not been blown away yet and they also haven’t been at home.
Blues: 1. Ofa Tu’ungafasi , 2. James Parsons , 3. Charlie Faumuina , 4. Josh Bekhuis , 5.Patrick Tuipulotu , 6. Luke Braid , 7. Brendon O’Connor , 8. Jerome Kaino (c) , 9. Jamison Gibson-Park , 10. Dan Bowden , 11. Melani Nanai , 12. George Moala , 13. Pita Ahki , 14. Frank Halai , 15. Charles Piutau
Replacements : 16. Keven Mealamu , 17. Sam Prattley , 18. Angus Ta’avao , 19. Hayden Triggs , 20. Steven Luatua , 21. Jamie Booth , 22. Ihaia West , 23. Francis Saili
Brumbies: 1. Scott Sio , 2. Stephen Moore (c) , 3. Ben Alexander , 4. Blake Enever , 5. Sam Carter , 6. Scott Fardy , 7. David Pocock , 8. Jarrad Butler , 9. Nic White , 10. Matt Toomua , 11. James Dargaville , 12. Christian Lealiifano , 13. Henry Speight , 14. Joe Tomane , 15. Robbie Coleman
Replacements: 16. Josh Mann-Rea , 17. JP Smith , 18. Ruan Smith , 19. Jordan Smiler , 20. Ita Vaea , 21. Michael Dowsett , 22. Lausii Taliauli , 23. Nigel Ah Wong.