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

Best Bet

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

Kings Park is one of the hardest places in Super Rugby to win at as a travelling team, with only the Bulls able to do so over the last two seasons. The Jaguares did manage to pick up the four points last weekend but that was their only win in South Africa since the beginning of 2018 and more misery is sure to follow in Durban. The Jaguares have covered just one of their last six road games while the Sharks have covered six of their last eight at home.

Next Best

Crusaders v Highlanders - Points Start: Crusaders -14.5 ($1.90)

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The Crusaders have an amazing record at Christchurch Stadium and it'll take a massive upset if the Highlanders are to put to bed the Cantabrians' 23-match win streak at home.

Without the likes of Aaron Smith, Waisake Naholo, Luke Whitelock and Liam Squire, Aaron Mauger's side are well undermanned and they have covered just two of their last 10 overall.

The Crusaders have covered eight of their last nine at home, nine of their last 10 New Zealand derbies and all of their last five after an ATS loss.

Best Roughie

Brumbies v Lions - Head to Head: Lions ($2.50)

David Pocock remains out for the Brumbies and it's getting to the stage where they're desperate for wins.

They've won just one of their last four matches but their return home will be welcomed after winning two of their three in Canberra so far in 2019.

The Lions have been poor by their standards this year but they've been decent on the road this year, covering two of three.

They can bounce back against an up-and-down Brumbies team.

Best Real Wide

Rebels v Stormers - First Scoring Play: Stormers Penalty ($3.60)

The Stormers have had a miserable road trip, losing all three games including two hefty defeats.

The Rebels should be getting past the men from Cape Town but it might not be easy, at least to start off with.

The Rebels have conceded the first points in seven of their last 11 games at home and while the Stormers have scored first in three of their last four on the road.