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The Sharks and the Western Force missed each other in the 2014 Super Rugby draw so the last time they met was in May 2013 and that match was won 23-13 by the Sharks.
That was the sixth consecutive victory for the Sharks over the Force who they have played 8 times since the Perth side joined Super Rugby in 2006.
From those eight Super Rugby matches the Sharks have won 7 and lost just one. There have been no draws.
This gives the Sharks a record of winning 88% of their matches against the Perth side.
The average score when the Sharks play the Force regardless of the venue is : Sharks 29 W.Force 16.
This weekend the match will be played in Durban which is home to the Sharks and where the teams have met on four occasions.
In those four matches the Sharks have won all four so they are unbeaten in Durban by the Force. The average score in Durban when these teams play is : Sharks 35 W.Force 17.
The Sharks snuck home last weekend by a point against the Chiefs and due to an agreement with SARU they have rested several players. Bismarck du Plessis has been suspended and Springboks Cobus Reinach and Pat Lambie have been rested.
Jean Deysel takes over the captaincy and Mouritz Botha and Beast Mtawarira have both been passed fit. Conrad Hoffmann takes over at scrumhalf and Frans Steyn shifts from centre to flyhalf.
Andre Esterhuizen earns his second start, he will partner JP Pietersen at inside centre.
The Force pushed the Bulls to the edge last week and they only lost when Handre Pollard kicked a late penalty. Given how well the Force went last week coach Michael Foley has kept the team unchanged and only brought on Dane Haylett-Petty on to the bench.
Neither of these teams will be happy with how their seasons have worked out so far. The Sharks have played six matches and won three. They have played three matches at home and won two.
The Force have also played six matches but they have won just one match and they have lost their last five matches.
Sharks: SP Marais , 14. Odwa Ndungane , 13. JP Pietersen , 12. Andre Esterhuizen , 11. Lwazi Mvovo , 10. Frans Steyn , 9. Conrad Hoffmann , 8. Ryan Kankowski , 7. Jean Deysel (c) , 6. Renaldo Bothma , 5. Marco Wentzel , 4. Mouritz Botha , 3. Jannie du Plessis , 2. Kyle Cooper , 1. Tendai Mtawarira
Replacements: 16. Monde Hadebe , 17. Thomas du Toit , 18. Lourens Adriaanse , 19. Lubabalo Mtyanda , 20. Daniel du Preez , 21. Stefan Ungerer , 22. Fred Zeilinga , 23. Waylon Murray
Western Force: Pekahou Cowan , 2. Nathan Charles , 3. Tetera Faulkner , 4. Sam Wykes (c) , 5. Adam Coleman , 6. Steve Mafi , 7. Kane Koteka , 8. Ben McCalman , 9. Alby Mathewson , 10. Sias Ebersohn , 11. Nick Cummins , 12. Luke Burton , 13. Kyle Godwin , 14. Marcel Brache , 15. Luke Morahan
Replacements: 16. Heath Tessmann , 17. Chris Heiberg , 18. Oliver Hoskins , 19. Wilhelm Steenkamp , 20. Angus Cottrell , 21. Ian Prior , 22. Zack Holmes , 23. Dane Haylett-Petty