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Discipline and defence: That will be difference between Bulls, Sharks in do-or-die clash

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Bulls defence coach Joey Mongalo addresses his troops (Gallo Images)
Bulls defence coach Joey Mongalo addresses his troops (Gallo Images)

Everyone wants to see Lukhanyo Am ghost down the touchline to catch, grubber and score a scarcely believable try in the corner from kick-off. 

Or Kurt-Lee Arendse counter-attacking like his forebears Cheslin Kolbe and Gio Aplon, leaving a trail of wobbly legs on the grass and melted hearts in the stands.

But, honestly, the United Rugby Championship (URC) quarter-final between the Bulls and the Sharks at Loftus (13:45 kick-off) on Saturday will likely come down to dogged defence and choirboy discipline.

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