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


The Chiefs have won seven of their eight Super Rugby matches against the Melbourne Rebels (L1), including their last four in succession.

The Chiefs’ 88% win rate against Melbourne Rebels is their best against any team in the history of the competition (min. 3 games played).

  • The Melbourne Rebels have won only one of their last 11 Super Rugby matches at AAMI Park against New Zealand teams (L10), a 24-19 win against the Highlanders (1 March 2019).
  • The Chiefs have won seven of their last eight Super Rugby matches outside New Zealand (L1), including their last four in succession; their only defeat was a 40-34 loss to the Queensland Reds (Round 3, 2021 Super Rugby Trans-Tasman).
  • The Rebels will be aiming for back-to-back Super Rugby wins in Victoria for the first time since March 2021, following their 26-22 victory against Moana Pasifika in their most recent game (30 April 2022).
  • The Chiefs have crossed the gain-line on 74 carries per game, the most of any team in the competition; the Melbourne Rebels (49 per game) are ranked last in this category.
  • The Chiefs have conceded nine penalties per game, fewer than any other team in the competition; the Rebels (11 per game) have conceded the fewest of any Australian team in this category.
  • Melbourne have made dominant contact on 28% of their total carries, the best rate of any team in the campaign, more than the Chiefs (24%).
  • The Chiefs (151) and Rebels (147) have won the most and joint-second most lineouts (inc. steals) of any team (also Brumbies – 147).

Players to watch

  • Matt Philip has made dominant contact on 37 carries, the most by any player in the campaign; the Chiefs’ best Quinn Tupaea (36) is ranked joint-second in this category (also Harry Wilson – 36).
  • Bryn Gatland has made 69 kicks in play, the most by any player in the campaign, and 20 more than Rebels’ best Reece Hodge (49).

Match detail

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In the meantime, why not have a look at the match preview.

1.00: PEEEP! We are underway down under for this Trans-Tasman clash in Melbourne.

3.00: A bit of kicking in the early stages as teams look for territory.

6.00: The Chiefs are dominating possession (80%) and territory (84%) in the opening stages, and have already won a Rebels lineout.

8.00: Melbourne is struggling here, they have lost a scrum now too, and only managed three rucks to 13 of the opposition.

11.00: A nice attack by the Rebels ends with a knock-on by the hosts near the visitor’s line. Chiefs then win a free kick for an early engagement by the Rebels.

13.00: Chiefs stray offside. Michael Wells opts for the points instead of kicking to the corner; you can’t beat the Chiefs in threes!

14.00: MISS! Reece Hodge pushes his kick just wide. 0-0

17.00: A better call from Wells this time to kick a penalty to touch.

18.00: Matt Philip is short, but the home team has another penalty, this time it’s under the poles; they must go to the corner again. Like yesterday, the ref has called an interesting call of “no try” for being pulled over – that is a try, what is the ref doing!

19.00: PENALTY! Wells opts for the points: What is he doing? – Hodge opens the scoring. 3-0

20.00: Melbourne hands on the ground after Josh Ioane’s linebreak gives the Chiefs a penalty inside the opposition’s 22.

21.00: Ioane boots the penalty out of the goal-line – oh, boy!

23.00: Josh Ioane ghosts through another yawning gap, racing fromhalfway to the 22, but his offload could not find Brad Weber, and the Aussies clear the danger.

24.00: A big scrum by the Kiwis leads to a penalty. They go to the corner.

25.00: TRY! Luke Jacobson crashes over from close range after a sustained bit of pressure inside the Rebels’ 22. 3-5

26.00: CONVERSION! Ioane adds the extras. 3-7

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The score after 26 minutes is Rebels 3 Chiefs 7

Scorers

Rebels
Tries –
Pen – Hodge
Con –
Drop –
Cards –

Chiefs
Tries – Jacobson
Pen –
Con – J. Ioane
Drop –
Cards –

Match Officials
Referee: Reuben Keane
Assistant Ref 1: Graham Cooper
Assistant Ref 2: 
James Palmer
TMO: Oli Kellett

Teams

Rebels: 15 Reece Hodge, 14 George Worth, 13 Andrew Kellaway, 12 Stacey Ili, 11 Glen Vaihu, 10 Carter Gordon, 9 James Tuttle, 8 Rob Leota, 7 Brad Wilkin, 6 Michael Wells (captain), 5 Josh Hill, 4 Matt Philip, 3 Pone Fa’amausili, 2 Jordan Uelese, 1 Matt Gibbon.

Replacements: 16 James Hanson, 17 Cameron Orr, 18 Cabous Eloff, 19 Josh Canham, 20 Richard Hardwick, 21 Joe Powell, 22 Nick Jooste, 23 Lukas Ripley.

Chiefs: 15 Kaleb Trask, 14 Emoni Narawa, 13 Rameka Poihipi, 12 Quinn Tupaea, 11 Chase Tiatia, 10 Josh Ioane, 9 Brad Weber (co-captain), 8 Luke Jacobson, 7 Sam Cane (co-captain), 6 Samipeni Finau, 5 Naitoa Ah Kuoi, 4 Josh Lord, 3 Angus Ta’avao, 2 Samisoni Taukei’aho, 1 Aidan Ross.

Replacements:
16 Tyrone Thompson, 17 Ollie Norris, 18 Atu Moli, 19 Pita Gus Sowakula, 20 Mitch Brown, 21 Xavier Roe, 22 Rivez Reihana, 23 Kaveinga Finau.



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