Unchanged Waratahs ready to take on the Bulls

NSW Waratahs coach Daryl Gibson has named an unchanged side to play the Bulls in Saturday night's crucial Super Rugby clash in Sydney. Bernard Foley will become the Waratahs’ highest-ever Super Rugby-capped fly-half, surpassing previous record holder Daniel Halangahu. Tatafu Polota-Nau will notch the second highest amount of games for NSW, running out for his 137th match for his home state this weekend, pipping Phil Waugh on 136 caps and behind Benn Robinson on 155. Utility back, Matt Carraro is also set for a milestone, reaching his 50th Super Rugby cap this weekend, having played 45 games for the Waratahs and four for the Brumbies. The Waratahs have won seven out of 10 matches when hosting the Bulls in Super Rugby, their last resulting in a 19-12 victory in 2014. Following last weekend’s success, the Waratahs currently sit in equal first place on top of the Australian conference, together with the Brumbies. Jed Holloway is progressing well and has been flagged for an earlier
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