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The Highlanders recovered from a 13-3 deficit to keep their Super Rugby hopes alive with a 27-20 victory over the Bulls in Dunedin.
Two of rugby's great second rows will clash in Dunedin when the Highlanders take on the Bulls.
Highlanders wing Kurt Baker has been hit with a six-week suspension for a dangerous tackle.
The Highlanders revived their Super Rugby hopes with a hard-fought 33-30 victory over the Rebels.
Melbourne Rebels will look to build on their victory over the Brumbies on Friday as they travel to the Forsyth Barr Stadium to take on the Highlanders.
The Blues reached the summit of the New Zealand conference on Saturday with a 30-12 victory over the Highlanders at Eden Park.
Ma'a Nonu, Jerome Kaino and Hayden Triggs all start for the Blues on Saturday when they host the Highlanders at Eden Park, live on Sky Sports.
The Highlanders survived a late onslaught to beat the Hurricanes 35-31.
The Hurricanes head to Dunedin to take on the Highlanders in an all New Zealand clash looking to make it back-to-back wins in Super Rugby.
Western Force completed back-to-back victories for the first time since April 2011 as they edged out the Highlanders 31-29 in Dunedin.
Highlanders host Western Force in Dunedin on Saturday looking to bounce back to winning ways.
The Chiefs maintained their perfect early start to Super Rugby by coming from behind to beat the Highlanders 21-19 at Waikato Stadium to make it two wins from two so far.
The Chiefs have made six changes to their team to play the Highlanders at Waikato Stadium in Hamilton on Saturday with flanker Tanerau Latimer starting.
The Highlanders started their Super Rugby season in fine style as they clinched a surprise 29-21 victory over the Blues in Dunedin.
The Highlanders open their 2014 Super Rugby campaign against Northern rivals the Blues of Auckland at home in Dunedin.
James and Cox look ahead to this weekend's action and discuss all the latest news.
The Chiefs are looking very good as they head into 2014 but Sean Fitzpatrick says that the Crusaders have plenty of pressure to get back to their winning ways too.
New Zealand centre Ma'a Nonu has made his peace with Auckland Blues coach John Kirwan and will return to the Super Rugby franchise.
The Highlanders have confirmed the signing of Argentina prop Matias Diaz on a year-long deal.
New Zealand Rugby Union chief executive Steve Tew insists they are committed to ensuring Ma'a Nonu has a Super Rugby spot next season.