The byes are over and there are just six weeks remaining until the Super Rugby finals series.

We have a full slate of games coming up this weekend starting in Wellington as the Hurricans host the Brumbies.

But the big game of Round 10 comes on Saturday afternoon as the Chiefs take on the Crusaders, with the visitors out to atone for a big loss back in Round 1.

We’ve got you covered this weekend with our previews and best bets for every Super Rugby game so read on and see who we are backing.

Friday 28 April, 5:05pm, Sky Stadium

Under most circumstances you would just jump on the Hurricanes at the line and not think twice, but the Brumbies really have the look of a good team about them.

The Aussie side heads into this one with a 7-1 record and sit four points clear of the Hurricanes and they have won their last three games against the Canes too.

However this is an improved Hurricanes team and at home, they are just that little bit more dangerous.

I’m expecting an end to end game that the Brumbies are able to stay competitive in but the Canes just find a way to pull it out at the end.

Hurricanes by 1-12 @ $3.00

Friday 28 April, 7:35pm, Allianz Stadium

After a nightmare trip out to Perth, the Highlanders head to Sydney chasing their fourth win of the year.

Even with the visitors coming off a disappointing defeat, it’s still a bit of surprise to see the 2-6 Waratahs favoured despite playing on their home turf.

Their two wins have come against the Drua and the Force and quite frankly, they just are not good enough to be favoured in this one.

Highlanders to Win @ $2.25

Saturday 29 April, 12:05pm, Churchill Park

In a vacuum the Blues would blow away the Drua however the fact this game is taking place in Fiji makes this a much more even contest than the market might suggest.

Perhaps its buying into the storyline a bit more than one should but the Drua play like a better team on their home turf.

They have already knocked off the Rebels and Crusaders at home and while they might not get the job done against the Blues, they should cover the line.

Drua to Cover +14.5 @ $1.70

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Saturday 29 April, 2:35pm, Mt Smart Stadium

Nobody is going to see the final score of this game and think that either of these teams are going to suddenly pose a threat on the run home.

Moana Pasifika will take this home game back to Auckland as they seek to avoid an 0-9 start, but based on most of their efforts this season, it’s tough to see them offering much in the back end of the season.

A win here would all but ensure that the Rebels are going to avoid the wooden spoon and they have shown brief flashes of competitiveness.

Someone has to win this and I like the Rebels to do it comfortably in the end.

Rebels to Cover -5.5 @ $1.91

Saturday 29 April, 5:05pm, FMG Stadium

Still unbeaten on the season, the Chiefs will take on the Crusaders looking for their first season sweep of their rivals since 2016.

Back in Round 1, the current league leaders went to Christchurch and put on a clinic, running away with a 31-10 victory to begin their campaign.

However the Crusaders have been a much improved team in the last few weeks, shoring an impressive ability to close out opponents in key moments after their shock loss in Fiji in March.

But you have to like the Chiefs to get the job done, even if it will be a close game that goes down to the wire.

Chiefs by 1-12

Saturday 29 April, 7:35pm, Suncorp Stadium

Back in Round 2, the Reds absolutely belted the ever loving daylights out of the Force, putting on a record score in a 71-20 win.

Now on their home turf they have to produce a similarly ruthless performance to give themselves a bit of breathing room in the race for the finals.

Since the Force’s readmission to the competition, they have gone 0-2 in their two trips to Brisbane and there is no reason to think they suddenly become a much stronger travelling team now.

Reds to Cover -8.5 @ $1.83