Fans: 4 wins on tour for Boks

2014-11-07 10:43
Heyneke Meyer (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - The Springboks will beat Ireland on Saturday - and in fact England, Italy and Wales - on their end of year tour, say Sport24's readers.

According to a poll on the Sport24 site, Heyneke Meyer's team will return home undefeated from their four-Test tour, according to 74% of respondents.

Over 10 000 readers voted, with some 7 507 opting for the "4 wins from 4 matches" option, while 2 052 (20%) believe the Boks will lose one Test (to Ireland? England? Wales? - presumably not Italy...).

Three percent (283 voters) believe the Boks will stumble to defeat against two of their opponents, while 1% (112 votes) suggest it will be a "1 win, 3 loss" tour.

Cynically, 151 voters believe the Boks will return home winless - and with their tails between their legs.

Boks' itinerary on tour:

Saturday, November 8 v Ireland - 19:30
Saturday, November 15 v England - 16:30
Saturday, November 22 v Italy - 16:00
Saturday, November 29 v Wales - 16:30

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