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The Bulls will attempt to become the first visiting team to win a Super Rugby knockout match at AMI Stadium when they take on the Crusaders in Saturday's play-off opener.
Not many people outside of Pretoria are giving the Bulls much chance and it is not difficult to see why and it is 12 years since the Crusaders lost at home at any stage of the competition to non-New Zealand opposition.
Not only do the Bulls have to overcome the Crusaders' brilliant record on home soil, the best in Super Rugby, but their own record of just six victories in New Zealand in 37 matches does not inspire confidence. Indeed, the Bulls have never won in Christchurch - although Northern Transvaal did in the pre-franchise days back in 1996.
Beyond the stats, the Crusaders first-half performance against the Force last week suggests the home side are firing on all cylinders. True, the second half of that game was less impressive, but with victory and the bonus point already wrapped up by half-time, Todd Blackadder's troops had little to play for after the interval.
The Bulls were the winners in four of the last five games between these sides, including their most recent clash back in April. The men in blue have also come out on top the last three times they have faced each other in a knock-out game.
Of course all of those positive results came in Gauteng and the day-long trek to New Zealand will certainly count against the South Africans this time.
Yet the Bulls play a brand of rugby that has always troubled the counter-attack conscious Crusaders, and they enter the play-offs as the most effective attacking team left in the competition, with their 50 tries bettered only by the eliminated Hurricanes (58).
The Bulls have always played a structured game based around their set piece and are not solely reliant on Morné Steyn's boot.
No one expects to see the visitors fling it about like a hot potato, and they will look to pile the pressure on at lineout time especially. But their ability to create opportunities for the likes of Bjorn Basson has seen the wing top the try-scoring charts this season.
Bulls coach Frans Ludeke, who was also at the helm when they won the title in 2009 and 2010, is convinced there is very little to choose between the teams this weekend.
"There isn't one team that has an edge on another and it will all come down to which team handles the pressure the best," said Ludeke.
"This is finals rugby and we know how to handle the pressure. We are playing away but we know this is a once-off game and we know what we have to do.
"We know this is the most important game of our season, and we have to have the belief. We have made one or two small adjustments to our game, but we are confident going into Saturday's game... it will come down to how we handle it."
Crusaders: 15 Israel Dagg, 14 Adam Whitelock, 13 Robbie Fruean, 12 Ryan Crotty, 11 Zac Guildford, 10 Dan Carter, 9 Andy Ellis; 8 Richie McCaw (capt), 7 Matt Todd, 6 George Whitelock, 5 Samuel Whitelock, 4 Luke Romano, 3 Owen Franks, 2 Corey Flynn, 1 Wyatt Crockett
Replacements: 16 Quentin MacDonald, 17 Ben Franks, 18 Tom Donnelly, 19 Luke Whitelock, 20 Willi Heinz, 21 Tom Taylor, 22 Sean Maitland
Bulls: 15 Zane Kirchner, 14 Akona Ndungane, 13 JJ Engelbrecht, 12 Wynand Olivier, 11 Bjorn Basson, 10 Morné Steyn, 9 Francois Hougaard; 8 Pierre Spies (capt), 7 Jacques Potgieter, 6 Dewald Potgieter, 5 Juandre Kruger, 4 Flip van der Merwe, 3 Werner Kruger, 2 Chiliboy Ralepelle, 1 Dean Greyling
Replacements: 16 Willie Wepener, 17 Frik Kirsten, 18 Deon Stegmann, 19 Wilhelm Steenkamp, 20 Jano Vermaak, 21 Louis Fouché, 22 Francois Venter
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|Friday 18th April|
|08:35||Hurricanes vs Blues|
|10:40||Melbourne Rebels vs Western Force|
|Saturday 19th April|
|08:35||Chiefs vs Crusaders|
|10:40||Waratahs vs Bulls|
|14:00||Sharks vs Cheetahs|
|16:05||Stormers vs Lions|
|Friday 25th April|
|06:35||Blues vs Waratahs|
|08:40||Brumbies vs Chiefs|
|18:10||Sharks vs Highlanders|
|Saturday 26th April|
|08:35||Hurricanes vs Reds|
|10:40||Western Force vs Bulls|
|16:05||Cheetahs vs Stormers|
|Friday 2nd May|
|08:35||Blues vs Reds|
|10:40||Melbourne Rebels vs Sharks|
|Saturday 3rd May|
|08:35||Crusaders vs Brumbies|
|08:35||Chiefs vs Lions|
|10:40||Waratahs vs Hurricanes|
|14:00||Stormers vs Highlanders|
|16:05||Bulls vs Cheetahs|
|Friday 9th May|
|08:35||Chiefs vs Blues|
|10:40||Melbourne Rebels vs Hurricanes|
|Saturday 10th May|
|08:35||Highlanders vs Lions|
|10:40||Brumbies vs Sharks|
|16:05||Cheetahs vs Western Force|
|18:10||Bulls vs Stormers|
|Saturday 12th April|
|Lions 12 - 25 Sharks|
|Cheetahs 31 - 52 Crusaders|
|Western Force 28 - 16 Waratahs|
|Chiefs 22 - 16 Melbourne Rebels|
|Friday 11th April|
|Reds 20 - 23 Brumbies|
|Highlanders 27 - 20 Bulls|
|Saturday 5th April|
|Stormers 11 - 22 Waratahs|
|Lions 7 - 28 Crusaders|
|Cheetahs 43 - 43 Chiefs|
|Reds 29 - 32 Western Force|
|Hurricanes 25 - 20 Bulls|
|Friday 4th April|
|Brumbies 26 - 9 Blues|
|Highlanders 33 - 30 Melbourne Rebels|
|Saturday 29th March|
|Sharks 32 - 10 Waratahs|
|Bulls 34 - 34 Chiefs|
|Reds 22 - 17 Stormers|
|Blues 30 - 12 Highlanders|
|Friday 28th March|
|Melbourne Rebels 32 - 24 Brumbies|
|Crusaders 26 - 29 Hurricanes|
|Saturday 22nd March|
|Bulls 23 - 19 Sharks|
|Lions 23 - 20 Reds|
|Western Force 18 - 15 Chiefs|
|Brumbies 25 - 15 Stormers|
|Blues 40 - 30 Cheetahs|
|Friday 21st March|
|Waratahs 32 - 8 Melbourne Rebels|
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