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SKY RUGBY

SKY RUGBY

SKY RUGBY

THE BREAKDOWN
Tuesdays 8.30pm - 9.00pm - LIVE on SKY Sport 1


Join ex-All Black Jeff Wilson as he and guests review and tackle all of the major talking points from the week of footy that was.

Featuring regular contributor, and fellow ex-All Black, Sir John Kirwan, the fast-paced show will be insightful and thought-provoking, arming you with all the knowledge to help you lay down some serious code chat at the water cooler come Wednesday morning.

JEFF SAYS: "As tough as it is to go back-to-back in any championship... the Hurricanes enter 2017 as the clear favourites to win the Investec Super Rugby title for a second time. Their forward pack from last season is intact, they have an All Black inside pairing on top of their game, and they welcome back Nehe Milner-Skudder, to join new recruit Jordie Barrett and world class players like Julian Savea and Cory Jane. If they stay healthy, they have all the pieces of a rugby puzzle for a winning team."


TEAM TALK
Thursday 8.30pm - 9.00pm - LIVE on SKY Sport 1


Join Scotty Stevenson and guests as they cross LIVE to the New Zealand camps and discuss the team selections with the coaches themselves. They'll preview the week's match-ups and get you pumped for game day.

SCOTTY SAYS: "Undoubtedly most fans will be watching the players closely this year, but a lot of the intrigue this season for me centres on the coaches. Both Tony Brown (Highlanders) and Scott Robertson (Crusaders) begin their head coaching tenures at this level, and both have plenty to prove. Brown is renowned for his tactical imagination, and Robertson for his attention to detail. Super Rugby requires all of that, and more. Of their rivals, both Chris Boyd (Hurricanes) and Dave Rennie (Chiefs) have won titles before. Can the new brigade - including Tana Umaga at the Blues, catch up?"


POST MATCH
Friday, 9.20pm - 10pm - LIVE on SKY Sport 1


Join ex-Black Fern and SKY Sport commentator, Melodie Robinson straight after the big Friday match. Plenty of banter, and entertainment will be dished up as the team discuss the big game and look to the weekend's action.

MEL SAYS: "The Hurricanes look strong as they retain most of their champion 2016 squad. They've also picked up Jordie Barrett who will be the next big thing if he plays to his potential. Playing somewhere outside his brother, and with Nehe Milner-Skudder back, the Hurricanes are the team to watch".