Here's where the TAB thinks the money is in a massive weekend of Super Rugby.

Best Bet

Jaguares v Brumbies - Points Start: Jaguares -4.5 ($1.90)

The Jaguares come off a bye week, though prior to that they managed to pull off two great wins in South Africa, narrowly defeating the Bulls before demolishing the Sharks at Kings Park.

That puts them in a great position to pick up another win, but the Brumbies will be no easy-beats, as shown in their 19-17 win in Cape Town last week.

The Brumbies have covered three of five on the road this year but it's hard to bet against the Jaguares.

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They've named another strong 23 and are capable of winning comfortably at home after covering six of their last nine there.

Next Best

Waratahs v Sharks - Points Start: Waratahs -7.5 ($1.90)

The Waratahs completed a great comeback against the Rebels last week and are in a good spot going into Saturday night's match with the Sharks.

Gracing Bankwest Stadium for the first time, the 'Tahs are deserved favourites against a team who are trying a new halves pairing in Cameron Wright and Curwin Bosch.

NSW have covered five of their last six at home while the Sharks are just 2-5 ATS away from home.

Best Roughie

Stormers v Bulls - Winning Team & Margin: Bulls 1-12 ($2.50)

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The Stormers have been one of the worst South African teams lately after a strong start to the season, having lost four of their last five and covering one of four.

The Bulls found their form with a 32-14 win over the Reds before their bye last week and they are worth backing after winning and covering both of their away games in South Africa this year.

Best Real Wide

Crusaders v Lions - First Try Scorers: Sevu Reece ($7.00)

The Crusaders are bound to put on a show against the Lions tonight, given all of the hurdles that the Lions have had to overcome in the build-up to this game, and Sevu Reece will be crossing the chalk.

Reece has scored four tries in four games (just 265 minutes) and has shown the ability to create something from nothing - a valuable trait against shaky Lions edge defenders.