Yes there are some very interesting matches coming up this weekend. We can’t wait for it all to begin.
Where does it all start? It starts this Friday when the West Coast Eagles take on North Melbourne over in Perth. After a slow start to the season for both sides, this will make for a very interesting game. Of course most of the hype surrounding the game is over the possible match up between Majak Daw and Nic Naitanui. And if Majak plays just as good as he did last week, well you can bet your bottom dollar that the Kanga’s will have a great shot of winning the match.
Over to the Super Rugby now and there is pretty big grudge match coming your way, when the Waratahs battle the Brumbies. The Waratahs have been on a role lately and the Brumbies are sitting pretty up there on the top of the ladder. The game will also be of interest to Wallabies coach Robbie Deans with the Lions tour only 15 days away. So this Saturday sit back, crack a tinnie and enjoy what will be one hell of a great match.
In the NBA now and have the Indiana Pacers knocked off the New York Knicks? Well they are so close. The way the Knicks are playing over in Indiana in the last 2 games you could pretty much bet the house that the Pacers will come through and take game 5 at Madison Square Garden on the weekend. I for one hope that the Knicks put up a better fight and take the series to a game 6 and 7.
Finally over to the NRL and Monday night see’s one of the biggest games of the season. If you’re a Victorian and you only really follow AFL, the game is just as intense as say a Carlton vs Collingwood match. Both sides might not lead on to it, but the both really hate each other and you can bet there is going to be some fire works! Over the last couple of rounds both sides have struggled and are looking to get back on track with a win. As mentioned before, I hate Manly and I hope the Storm smash the Sea Eagles this Monday night. If you’re in Melbourne on Monday night get down to AAMI Park and witness what will surely be an awesome game.
Back to the NBA and who do you think wins out of this contest? Pacers or Knicks?