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Overall the Hurricanes have played the Waratahs 19 times and they have won 10 matches and lost nine matches.
That gives the Hurricanes a record of winning 53% of their matches against the Waratahs. The average score when the Hurricanes play the Waratahs regardless of venue is : Hurricanes 24 Waratahs 25.
This weekend the match will be played in Wellington which is home for the Hurricanes and where the teams have met on 6 occasions.
The Hurricanes have actually had home advantage over the Waratahs on 9 occasions as they played a match in New Plymouth and two in Napier and won all three.
From the six Wellington matches the Hurricanes have won 4 and lost 2. That gives the Hurricanes a record of winning 67% of their matches.
The average score when the teams meet in Wellington is : Hurricanes 27 Waratahs 26.
In terms of form the Hurricanes have played eight matches and they are the only team to remain unbeaten which is why they are leading the standings.
The Waratahs won the Super Rugby title in 2014 but they are down in 10th place currently having played 7 matches and won four. Last week they lost to the Stormers at home.
In terms of selection Jeremy Thrush has been named to win his 100th Super Rugby cap – having made his debut against the Waratahs seven years ago.
Hurricanes coach Chris Boyd has named a similar starting side to that which faced the Stormers two weeks ago, with the inclusion of Ardie Savea who returns from a finger injury.
Injury has ruled out Victor Vito and Chris Smylie (both calves), while Blade Thomson (concussion), and Dane Coles (elbow) also remain unavailable.
The Waratahs have rested Jacques Potgieter due to an ankle niggle while Adam Ashley-Cooper returns to the starting line up for the first time since the second round and Tolu Latu, Pat McCutcheon and Peter Betham also come into the starting line up.
Taqele Naiyaravoro – who is the Waratahs top try scorer – had to remain in Australia due to a Visa problem.