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Where: GIO Stadium, Canberra
When: 08.40 (GMT)
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The Stormers are on a two match losing streak but this week they up against the Brumbies who they have not lost to in Super Rugby since 2010.
The Brumbies the Australian Conference after last week’s victory over the Waratahs while the Stormers are second from the bottom in the overall standings.
The Brumbies have played the Stormers 15 times since 1998 and the Brumbies have won 10 times, drawn once and lost four times.
The Brumbies therefore have an overall record against the Stormers of winning 67% of their matches and the average score across all venues is Brumbies 23 Stormers 19.
This weekend the match is in Canberra which is home for the Brumbies and the city where the teams have met seven times. In those seven clashes the Brumbies have won 6 times and lost once.
That gives the Brumbies a record of winning 86% of their matches against the Stormers. The average score when the Brumbies play the Stormers in Canberra is Brumbies 26 Stormers 17.
In 2012 the Brumbies and Stormers missed out on playing each other so although the Brumbies have not beaten the Stormers since 2010 they have only played twice in the last four years.
In 2011 though the Stormers beat the Brumbies 3-16 in Canberra.
Last week the Stormers were beaten by the Chiefs in Hamilton but never really looked like they were going to win the match. A week earlier against the Crusaders they looked like they would win for most of the match and that was their best performance this year.
The Stormers are not playing as well as they have done in years gone by and are struggling with their attack and even their defence. It just doesn’t seem to be working for them and it won’t help that they are on a tour that includes four former champions.
The Stormers have made five changes for this week with Gio Aplon shifting to fullback and a first-ever Stormers start for Sailosi Tagicakibau (at No.11), with Peter Grant coming in at flyhalf for Demetri Catrakilis.
Frans Malherbe (toe injury) takes over from Brok Harris in the No.3 jersey – with the latter reverting to the bench – and Michael Rhodes (shoulder) is back in the mix as the lock replacement for De Kock Steenkamp who is injured.
To combat the Stormers physicality the Brumbies have named three South Africans in their squad. Stephan Van Der Walt is named on the wing with JP Smith starting at loosehead prop. His brother Ruan Smith is on the replacements bench.
Wallabies winger Joe Tomane makes his return to the team and as Leon Power has been forced out through injury,Scott Fardy moves back to lock and Jordan Smiler comes into the starting side at blind-side flanker.
Andrew Smith comes into the team at outside centre in place of Tevita Kuridrani who has returned to Fiji for a funeral.
The Brumbies out thought the Waratahs who were unbeaten before last week so they must be playing well.