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Chiefs vs Force live Super Rugby Pacific score update – Super Rugby Pacific

The Chiefs have won eight of their last nine Super Rugby matches against the Western Force (L1), including their last four in succession; their only defeat in that span was an 18-15 loss in March 2014.

The Chiefs have won all five of their previous home games against the Western Force in Super Rugby competitions, including a 53-10 win when they last hosted them (26 March 2016) – the biggest win in the history of this fixture.

  • The Waikato men have lost three of their last four Super Rugby Pacific games at home (W1), including a 10-point defeat to the Brumbies in their last home game (38-28 – 7 May 2022); they had won five consecutive home games before that five-game stretch.
  • The Western Force have lost 15 of their last 17 Super Rugby games, including their last six in succession.
  • The Force has conceded 50+ points in their last two games; only once in Super Rugby history has any team conceded 50+ points in three consecutive games (Sunwolves in Round 14-16, 2016).
  • The Western Australian’s last Super Rugby win against a New Zealand outfit was an 18-15 win against the Chiefs in Round 6, 2014; they have since logged 24 consecutive defeats in Trans-Tasman matches.
  • The Western Force has made 20 lineout steals, the most of any team in the competition and six more than the Chiefs (14).
  • The Chiefs have scored nine tries starting possession from a kick return this season, the joint-most by any team in the competition (also Crusaders – 9) and six more than the Western Force (3).

Players to watch

  • Quinn Tupaea has made dominant contact on 38 carries, the most of any player in the competition and nine more than Western Force’s best Manasa Mataele (29).
  • Santiago Medrano has conceded 19 penalties in 2022, the most of any player in the competition and nine more than any Chiefs player (Quinn Tupaea – 10).

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Scorers

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Match Officials
Referee: James Doleman
Assistant Ref 1: Ben O’Keeffe
Assistant Ref 2: 
Dan Waenga
TMO: Chris Hart

Teams

Chiefs: 15 Kaleb Trask, 14 Emoni Narawa, 13 Rameka Pohipi, 12 Quinn Tupaea, 11 Chase Tiatia, 10 Bryn Gatland, 9 Brad Weber, 8 Luke Jacobson, 7 Sam Cane, 6 Pita Gus Sowakula, 5 Tupou Vaa’i, 4 Josh Lord, 3 Angus Ta’avao, 2 Bradley Slater, 1 Aidan Ross.

Replacements: 16 Samisoni Taukei’aho, 17 Josh Bartlett, 18 George Dyer, 19 Samipeni Finau, 20 Mitch Brown, 21 Kaylum Boshier, 22 Xavier Roe, 23 Rameka Poihipi.

Western Force: 15 Jake Strachan, 14 Byron Ralston, 13 Kyle Godwin, 12 Reesjan Pasitoa, 11 Toni Pulu, 10 Jake McIntyre, 9 Ian Prior, 8 Jackson Pugh, 7 Tim Anstee, 6 Fergus Lee-Warner, 5 Izack Rodda, 4 Ryan McCauley, 3 Santiago Medrano, 2 Feleti Kaitu’u (captain), 1 Tom Robertson.

Replacements: 16 Andrew Ready, 17 Angus Wagner, 18 Bo Abra, 19 Jeremy Thrush, 20 Will Sankey, 21 Michael McDonald, 22 Richard Kahui, 23 Brad Lacey.

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