As the Blue Bulls sit and contemplate their loss against WP, there are a number of uncomfortable questions that need to be answered.
In the aftermath of their defeat to WP, Blue Bulls coach Frans Ludeke has highlighted the positives they can take from the season.
WP's good start and half-time lead effectively put the match beyond the reach of Blue Bulls in their Currie Cup semi-final.
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Deon Stegmann says the Blue Bulls' recovery from a poor start will hold them in good stead in their semi-final clash against WP.
Jaco Taute has not recovered from a rib injury and was not considered for WP's Currie Cup semi-final line-up to face the Blue Bulls.
Handré Pollard will start at inside centre for the Blue Bulls when they tackle Western Province in the Currie Cup semi-finals.
WP coach Allister Coetzee has recalled all his big guns for their Currie Cup semi-final against the Blue Bulls at Newlands.
Brendan Venter says WP's plan to pick Rynhardt Elstadt at No 6 for their Currie Cup semi-final against the Bulls could pay dividends.
WP backline coach Robbie Fleck says they are well aware of the threat Handre Pollard could pose in their Currie Cup semi-final.
The Blue Bulls will have a simple blueprint when they tackle Western Province in the Currie Cup semi-finals at Newlands.
The Blue Bulls know their best chance of beating WP depends on their ability to impose their own game plan on the opposition.
Baby Boks coach Dawie Theron has no problem with Handre Pollard slotting in at No 12.