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Sun, 26 Apr
Reds v Hurricanes
The Reds return home and their reward is a game against the tournament leaders.
Sun, 26 Apr
Arsenal v Chelsea
Chelsea are ten points clear of Arsenal but Arsenal will be keen to get something out of the match with United breathing down their necks in third.
Mon, 27 Apr
Varsity Sevens
There will be some top Varsity Cup stars on display at the Varsity Sevens event at Villager FC in Cape Town.

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Does Sebastian Vettel's victory in Malaysia mean that Ferrari are really back or was it just a blip on the Mercedes radar?
Ferrari are back and will challenge for the drivers title.
Mercedes are still the dominant force and will show it throughout the season