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Where: Westpac Stadium, Wellington
When: 08.35 (BST)
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Out of the last five Super Rugby matches between the Wellington based Hurricanes and the Hamilton based Chiefs the Hurricanes have won one, drawn one and lost three matches.
Overall the Hurricanes have played the Chiefs 22 times in Super Rugby since 1996 and the Hurricanes have won 11 matches, drawn one and lost 10 matches.
That gives the Hurricanes a record of winning 50% of their matches. One could also say that due to the draw in 2011 the Hurricanes have not lost to the Chiefs in 55% of their matches.
The average score when the Hurricanes play the Chiefs is : Hurricanes 23 Chiefs 23
This weekend the Hurricanes will have home advantage as the match will be played in Wellington where the teams have played each other 11 times.
In those 11 Super Rugby matches the Hurricanes have won 7 matches and lost four matches. That gives the Hurricanes a record of winning 64% of their matches at home against the Chiefs.
The average Super Rugby score when the Hurricanes play the Chiefs in Wellington is :Hurricanes 27 Chiefs 23.
The Hurricanes have played 12 matches so far in 2014 and they have won 6 and lost 6. At home in Wellington the Hurricanes have played 6 matches and won four (lost 2). That gives the Hurricanes a record of winning 67% of their home matches this year.
The Chiefs on the other hand have played 11 matches so far in 2014 and they have won 6, lost 3 and drawn 2 matches. Away from home the Chiefs have played 5 matches and won 1. They have lost 2 and drawn 2 away from home. That gives the Chiefs a record of winning just 20% of their away matches.
One could also argue that they have not lost 60% of their away matches if you add the two draws to the one win.
In terms of selection Jack Lam will win his 50th cap for the Super Rugby franchise and Dane Coles returns to the starting line up. In a big boost for the team Beauden Barrett has recovered well from a hip injury and is expected to start against the Chiefs.
The Chiefs have named All Black first five Aaron Cruden on the replacements bench as one of three changes to the side that beat the Blues in Hamilton two weeks ago. Asaeli Tikoirotuma and Charlie Ngatai returning from injury to take their place on the left wing and at centre.