The Chiefs made it back-to-back wins over the Crusaders this season as they claimed a comfortable 26-9 victory in Christchurch.
The Highlanders claimed their first victory in Christchurch since 2008, overturning an early deficit to beat the Crusaders 25-20 on...
The Crusaders will be looking for their seventh successive win over the Highlanders when the pair face off in Christchurch on Saturday....
Eight tries from the Crusaders and a straight red card for Jean Deysel meant that the Sharks suffered a miserable 52-10 defeat.
The Sharks will be eager to continue with their recent winning form when they take on the Crusaders in Durban on Saturday.
The Crusaders will face the Sharks without All Blacks pivot Dan Carter who has returned to New Zealand on paternity leave.
The Bulls claimed their fourth win of the Super Rugby season as they beat the Crusaders 31-19 in an entertaining game at Loftus Versfeld....
Heading out on tour to South Africa after a big win over the Cheetahs, the Crusaders visit the Bulls at Loftus.
Richie McCaw will start on the openside flank and Dan Carter at fly-half when the Crusaders face the Bulls in Pretoria on Saturday.
Crusaders fly-half Colin Slade admits he is yet to make a decision on whether to stay in New Zealand following the World Cup.
The Crusaders' 57-14 thrashing of the Cheetahs in Christchurch at the weekend could not have come at a better time.
The Crusaders' recent revival continued when they claimed an impressive 57-14 victory over the Cheetahs in Christchurch on Saturday.
Todd Blackadder has named his side to take on the Cheetahs. It includes four changes to the starting line-up that beat the Lions.
Crusaders full-back Israel Dagg could face the Cheetahs in Christchurch on Saturday after recovering from his thigh injury.
Crusaders boss Todd Blackadder believes his side "have got some work to do", despite their bonus-point win over the Lions on Saturday....
Despite his side's win over the Lions, Crusaders boss Todd Blackadder believes there is still plenty of room for improvement.
Two quick second-half tries were the difference as the Crusaders bounced back with a 34-6 victory over the Lions in Christchurch.