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WITHOUT a doubt the highlight of this weekend's Super 14 fixtures is the clash this morning between the two teams placed third and fourth on the log - the Stormers and Reds.
Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane, Australia, is the venue and it's sure to be packed with home supporters eager to see their team continue their resurgence this season.
The Reds have been among the competition's basement sides these past few years but they have taken on a new look under new coach and former Wallaby tighthead prop Ewen McKenzie.
"His (McKenzie's) main thing he wanted to change around here was attitude. You can definitely notice that the attitude around the place has changed," said Will Ginea in an earlier interview with the Brisbane Times. "Everything is a lot better organised and it runs really smoothly."
For today's game both teams have kept changes to a minimum with just one change apiece.
For the Stormers, Johan Kritzinger replaces Jan Moller at loosehead prop while for the Reds Adam Byrnes starts at lock after Van Humphries picked up an injury last weekend.
One match-up worth keeping an eye on in the Bulls-Lions game at Loftus tomorrow is Wickus van Heerden up against his opposite number Dewald Potgieter. Once a Bull himself, Van Heerden is rated highly by their captain, Victor Matfield.
"We know Wickus well and he is a friend to many of us in the Bulls side. It's always good to come up against a player of his class," Matfield said.