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Bulls Super 14 favourites

2009-05-20 10:46
Bulls lock Bakkies Botha (Gallo Images)
Cape Town - After all the excitement of the seven teams fighting it out for playoff spots in the final weekend of Super 14 action, the four coveted spots have been filled.

According to the latest betting statistics from SA’s largest online sports bookmaker, GreatOdds.co.za, the Bulls have maintained their favourites tag, having topped the standings after 14 weeks of rugby.

The Bulls have been installed as 6/4 favourites to add the 2009 title to the one they won in 2007.

The latest betting odds for the outright winner of the Super 14 look as follows:

Bulls 6/4
Chiefs 11/4
Hurricanes 11/4
Crusaders 11/2

Visit www.greatodds.co.za for the latest betting odds and statistics.

*Odds correct at time of publication.


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