Bulls are going about quietly and will do the talking on the field. You just don't pitch up at Loftus and walk away with a win, never mind a bonus point as some laaites with female tendencies proclaim, you might win, and that is a BIG A might, but you will know you have been in e fight of your life. I wonder when last did a opposition team walked away with a 5 pointer against the Bulls at Loftus, as I recall it was the Crusaders back in 2006. Bulls by 7
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Very concerned! Something is not right ...
59% - 2958 votes
I'm not worried. Every team has a bad game. The Boks will bounce back.
18% - 891 votes
It's too early to tell. Let's see how they go against the All Blacks.
24% - 1207 votes