Super Rugby a two-team race?

    2012-04-02 13:15
    Stormers coach Allister Coetzee (File)
    Stormers coach Allister Coetzee (File)
    Cape Town - After six rounds of the 2012 Super Rugby season, bookmakers believe it's a two-horse race for the title.

    The seven-time champion Crusaders and the Stormers have distanced themselves from the chasing pack according to leading SA bookies

    The Crusaders, who beat the Lions 23-13 in Round 6 and are preparing to tackle the Bulls at Loftus Versfeld on Saturday, are quoted as 28/10 favourites, with the Stormers, fresh off their pulsating victory over the Bulls at Newlands this past weekend, on offer at 35/10.

    The Chiefs (6/1) and Highlanders (8/1) are next best, with the remaining SA franchises - Bulls (10/1), Sharks (12/1), Cheetahs (125/1) and Lions (250/1) - further off the pace. 

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