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Chiefs vs Waratahs Live – Super Rugby Pacific QF 2022 Games in FMG Stadium Waikato

Gallagher Chiefs  vs NSW Waratahs live video online Super Rugby Pacific QF 2022 Chiefs vs Waratahs live stream starts on 4 Jun 2022 at 04:35 UTC time at FMG Stadium Waikato stadium, Hamilton city, New Zealand in Super Rugby, Playoffs – Rugby Union.

The Chiefs and Waratahs converged on AAMI Park in Melbourne for the opening game of the Super Rugby Pacific Super Round on Friday night. Waratahs centre Jamie Roberts says he is not surprised that his team are in the Super Rugby Pacific play-offs given the talent available in the squad.

The New South Wales Waratahs will be looking to bring some Fijian-style running rugby to Hamilton when they take on the Waikato Chiefs this weekend in the Super Rugby quarter-finals skipper Jake Gordon said on Friday.

Chiefs vs Waratahs

The former Wales international joined the Waratahs at the beginning of the season adding to his impressive list of clubs represented worldwide.

Going in the game, the Chiefs will be missing out on Flanker Sams the skipper due to a knee injury that still persists before the quarterfinal. Moreover, Gallagher Chiefs will be reflecting on their performance against Drua and how they can compile themselves for the upcoming game. The one-point win over Drua certainly sent shock waves to the entire Chief’s lineup. Going in the important quarterfinal Gallagher Chiefs are coming with a three-match wins streak which will certainly give them confidence.

CHIEFS
NSW WARATAHS
301 Kicks From Hand 274
453 Points 365
1686 Carries 1368
11070 Metres 8989
74 CleanBreaks 72
322 Defenders Beaten 279
133 Offloads 117
2452 Passes 1987
1677 Tackles 1904
0 Total Tackle Attempts 0
0 Turnovers Conceded 0
3 Yellow Cards 7
1 Red Cards 2

When the last time Waratahs played against Chiefs, it was a complete disappointment as they lost 51-27. The defeat hasn’t been much in the past; Waratahs played a couple of games after that and recovered from the loss. Going int the game, Waratahs will look to continue their match-winning form. They won back-to-back matches against Crusaders (24-21), Moana Pasifika (20-26), Hurricanes (18-22), and Highlanders (20-32). Their defeat came at the hands of Blues (17-20) and that even just before the quarterfinal.

Both teams are carrying some winning momentum with them, which is the key as the game of quarterfinal is a game of nerves. Both teams take high points scoring opportunity; hence we can witness a good game. To me, the quarterfinal belongs to the home side.

  • Chiefs to Win for 1.3
  • Scores in Each Half 1<2 for 1.725
  • W1 in Regular Time – Yes for 1.2

It appears as though such a prospect won’t come to fruition, though, as Chiefs assistant coach David Hill hinted on Tuesday that Cane will only partake in the Waratahs match if it is a necessity.

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