Reds still a threat to Cheetahs

2015-04-18 00:00

BLOEMFONTEIN — Cheetahs coach Naka Drotské has said that he is aware that despite facing a wounded Reds team in Bloemfontein, the Australian outfit still pose a threat.

The Reds have lost six matches in a row.

Last year they also lost six on the trot (rounds 8-14), but their worst-ever losing sequence of nine straight defeats was between February and April 2007.

Meanwhile, the Cheetahs come off an impressive win over the Force in Perth and they will be hoping to carry that form upon their return to Bloemfontein.

History favours Drotske’s charges as it’s been more than five years since the Reds’ last win in Bloemfontein — on March 26, 2010 when they won 31-10.

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