Reds in trouble against in-form Jaguares.
The Reds have been hit by the loss of Quade Cooper and James Slipper, and Greg Growden says those omissions could Queensland suffer a big loss to the Jaguares.
Shaken Sharks to roll Cheetahs.
An under-strength Sharks side got a major fright from the Kings last week, but Greg Growden believes that scare should fire them into action against the Cheetahs.
Lions will need to work against Kings.
The Kings almost pulled off a massive upset last week, and Greg Growden says they can make life difficult for the Lions as well.
Sunwolves improving but will stay winless.
The Sunwolves have shown signs of major improvement in recent weeks, but Greg Growden still thinks they'll fall short of a win over the Stormers.
Brumbies can upset Highlanders.
The Brumbies will need to go up another gear after two victories over Australian opposition, and Greg Growden believes they can do just that at home to the Highlanders.
Blues should sink Bulls at home.
The Blues haven't tasted victory since Round 1, but Greg Growden is confident they'll see off the Bulls at Eden Park.
Rebels to add to Waratahs' pain.
The Waratahs were awful in a loss to the Brumbies last week, and Greg Growden believes they're set for further pain away to the Rebels.
Force no match for in-form Crusaders.
Greg Growden can't quite understand why the Force have rested Dane Haylett-Petty, saying it makes an already-simple assignment for the Crusaders even easier.
Ruck'n Maul: No surprise fans are switching off.
Greg Growden and Sam Bruce return with Ruck'n Maul, imploring the Australian Rugby Union to front up and take control of the country's rugby destiny.
Ghosts of sacked Tahs coaches hover over Gibson
He's less than two years in the job, but Daryl Gibson has already discovered like many others that coaching the Waratahs can be the most confounding of occupations -- Greg Growden writes.
Cooper suspended for three matches
Queensland Reds flyhalf Quade Cooper will spend three weeks on the sidelines after he was suspended for a dangerous tackle in the Reds loss to the Lions in Johannesburg.
Super Rugby Preview Round 5
Super Rugby is now a month old and already the Crusaders, Chiefs and Hurricanes have established themselves as the teams to beat. Stay across all the latest team news for R5 here.
ARU responsible for Australian conference 'abomination'
The Australian Super Rugby conference is an abomination. And who is to blame? The Australian Rugby Union. The country's five franchises are performing like the walking dead - Greg Growden writes.
New Zealand Team of the Week
The Crusaders and Chiefs remain unbeaten while the Hurricanes delivered an emphatic statement in the repeat of the 2015 Super Rugby final but which New Zealand players made our team of the week?
Slipper season over with ruptured Achilles
Skipper James Slipper will return home from Queensland's tour of South Africa and Argentina after suffering a ruptured Achilles tendon in the Reds' disastrous Super Rugby loss to the Lions.
Jaguares record third Super Rugby win
Ramiro Moyano grabbed a hat-trick as the Jaguares eased to their third victory in their opening four games of the Super Rugby campaign, in a 41-14 win over the Cheetahs.
Lions demolish the Reds
Courtnall Skosan grabbed four tries in the Lions seven-try, 44-14 demolition of the Queensland Reds in Johannesburg.
Brumbies down Waratahs in derby
The Brumbies have clinched the Dan Vickerman Cup with a watershed 28-12 Super Rugby victory over the NSW Waratahs in Sydney.
Hurricanes pile on the points late
The Hurricanes have outclassed a one-dimensional Highlanders outfit to emerge 41-15 winners in their Super Rugby clash in Wellington.
Rebels rise but still fall to Chiefs
Melbourne fell short of a win but pushed the Chiefs and their case to remain in next year's Super Rugby competition with a gutsy loss at AAMI Park.
Crusaders shock Blues to remain unbeaten
The Crusaders have pulled a win from the Super Rugby fire for the third successive match, downing the Blues 33-24 in Christchurch to maintain their unbeaten start to the season.
Ruck'n Maul: Pressure on Gibson, Folau.
Greg Growden and Sam Bruce return with Ruck'n Maul, taking aim at the Waratahs' poor start to the season as they prepare for a crunch game against the Brumbies.
Larkham: Brumbies will only play out of Canberra
Brumbies legend Stephen Larkham has hit back at suggestions of a Super Rugby merger with Melbourne Rebels, saying the club will only ever play out of Canberra.
Once great rivals, Crusaders and Blues now worlds apart
They were the great rivals from the early years of Super Rugby, but the on-field fortunes of the Blues and Crusaders could not be more contrasting nowadays -- Craig Dowd writes.
Jaguares getting themselves together.
The Jaguares finally look like they're getting it together in Super Rugby, and Greg Growden is confident they'll run up another win at home to the Cheetahs.
Watch the very best in U.S. sport LIVE and on-demand with ESPN Player. Available across Europe, subscribe today.