Feb 262016

Watch Super Rugby NSW Waratahs vs Queensland Reds Live Streaming 2016 Online Rugby Union , at Allianz Stadium, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Saturday 27 February 08:40pm (GMT), 2016. Welcome to watch NSW Waratahs vs Queensland Reds super rugby 2016 all match live stream online on your pc/laptop. Do not wait to access this HD link, when the game is mostly over and you will get live scores and highlights. All the matches are being streaming here; just catch the game from your desktop or laptop Internet. So, Catch the Super 15 Rugby NSW Waratahs vs Queensland Reds Live Streaming online coverage on Fox Sports,Sky Sports, SuperSport, DIRECTV, BSkyB, Setanta.

The first Australian Super Rugby derby match in Round 1 is between the 2011 Super Rugby champions the Reds and the 2014 Champion Waratahs.

The Waratahs have won the last four clashes between the two sides as the last Reds victory was in July 2013. That result was the fifth in a row for the Reds but they haven’t come within 18 points of the Tahs in recent clashes.

The Waratahs and the Reds have played each other 25 times in Super Rugby and the Waratahs have won 11 matches and the Reds 13. That gives the Waratahs a record of winning 44% of their matches against the Queenslanders.

It should be noted that it took eight years for the Waratahs to win their first match against the Reds so the stats are a little tilted in the Reds favour as a result of this.,

In the preseason the Waratahs beat the Brumbies, they lost to the Chiefs and the Highlanders. The Reds were beaten by the Crusaders and the Brumbies in the warm ups.

At the end of last season the Reds lost Quade Cooper and Will Genia amongst others. While the Waratahs also lost a few key players the key partnership of Cooper and Genia went a long way to winning their Super Rugby title in 2011 and the last TriNations title a few months later. How well they handle the loss of these two players will only be known as the season progresses.

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Players List:

NSW Waratahs: 1. Paddy Ryan , 2. Tatafu Polota-Nau , 3. Angus Ta’avao ( Waratahs debut) , 4. Dean Mumm , 5. Will Skelton , 6. David Dennis (VC) , 7. Michael Hooper (C s) , 8. Jed Holloway , 9. Nick Phipps , 10. Kurtley Beale , 11. Zac Guildford ( Waratahs debut ) , 12. David Horwitz (Waratahs debut) , 13. Rob Horne , 14. Matt Carraro , 15. Israel Folau

Replacements : 16. Tolu Latu , 17. Benn Robinson , 18. Jeremy Tilse , 19. Sam Lousi , 20. Jack Dempsey , 21. Matt Lucas , 22. Bryce Hegarty , 23. Reece Robinson

Queensland Reds: 1. Ben Daley , 2. Saia Fainga’a , 3. Greg Holmes , 4. Cadeyrn Neville (Queensland debut) , 5. Rob Simmons (C) , 6. Hendrik Tui , 7. Curtis Browning , 8. Jake Schatz , 9. Nick Frisby , 10. Jake McIntyre , 11. Eto Nabuli (Queensland/Super Rugby debut) , 12. Henry Taefu (Queensland/Super Rugby debut) , 13. Samu Kerevi , 14. Chris Feauai-Sautia , 15. Karmichael Hunt

Replacements : 16. Andrew Ready , 17. Sef Fa’agase , 18. Sam Talakai , 19. Ben Matwijow (Queensland/Super Rugby debut) , 20. Michael Gunn , 21. Scott Gale , 22. Sam Greene , 23. Ayumu Goromaru (Queensland/Super Rugby debut)

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