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Where: nib Stadium, Perth
When: 10.40 (BST)
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Out of the last five Super Rugby matches between the Perth based Western Force and and the Johannesburg based Lions the Force have won all five.
Overall the Western Force and the Lions have played each other seven times in Super Rugby and the Force have won five matches, lost one and drawn one.
That gives the Force a record of winning 71% of their matches against the Lions. The average score across all venues when the Force play the Lions is Force 30 Lions 18.
This weekend the match will be played in Perth so the Force will have home advantage. The teams have played each other just three times in Perth and the Force have won two matches and lost once. The one Lions victory was in 2007.
That gives the Force a record of winning 67 of their matches against the Lions. The average score when the Force play the Lions in Perth is : Force 32 Lions 17.
In 2014 the Western Force have played 11 matches won 7 and lost four. At home in Perth the Force have played five matches and they have won four and lost one. That gives the Force a record of winning 80% of their home matches this year.
The Lions on the other hand have played 12 matches so far and they have won four. Away from home the Lions have played 7 matches and they have won 1. That gives the Lions a record of winning 14% of their away matches.
That one Lions away victory was in the opening round and since then they have lost their last 6 matches away from home.
In terms of selections the Force have made two changes to the side that lost to the Stormers last week. Winger Dane Haylett-Petty and lock Wilhelm Steenkamp both return to the starting line up.
The 24-year-old replaces Marcel Brache on the end of the backline after Brache sustained an ankle injury against the Stormers.
Steenkamp returns to the run-on side after starting from the bench against Stormers, and will pack down in place of Adam Coleman, who will start from the reserves list.
The Force has retained the remainder of the 23 from last weekend’s match in Cape Town.
The Lions on the other hand have made sweeping changes for their final tour match of Australasia. In the forwards, Coach Johan Ackermann has made six changes, including wholesale changes to the front row.
Corne Fourie, Armand van der Merwe and Ruan Dreyer all move into the starting front row, with Rudi Mathee and Franco Mostert the selections at lock.
Warwick Tecklenburg is also promoted from the bench and joins the loose-forward trio for the game.
Meanwhile, in the backline, Ross Cronje will start at scrumhalf. Anthony Volmink comes into the starting XV at left wing and Alwyn Hollenbach has been drafted in at inside centre while Deon van Rensburg will cover the outside centre berth. Coenie van Wyk will run out at fullback.