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Zebre can make it four Challenge Cup wins in as many matches over Brive on Friday night if they can pick up a victory at Stade Amedee-Domenech.
The two sides have met three times before – including last week in a 27-24 win for the hosts – with Zebre coming out on top in every match.
- All three of Zebre’s wins over Brive have come by 10 points or fewer.
- Brive have won nine of their 10 home games against Italian opposition in the Challenge Cup, and their only defeat was against Zebre in 2014/15.
- Zebre have made 33 offloads to date, more than any other side in the competition.
- Zebre and Brive have the lowest scrum success rates after three rounds.
- Zebre’s Johan Meyer was ranked in the top three tacklers in Round 3.
Another round, another win for the roaring @BristolBears in #ChallengeCupRugby Pool 4⃣🙌
Will they be able to maintain their 💯 per cent success to lead the chasing pack? 🐻 pic.twitter.com/eqS3jDwRhS
— Challenge Cup (@ERChallengeCup) December 8, 2019
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Brive kept their hopes of a European Challenge Cup quarter-final place alive by defeating Zebre Rugby in Pool 4 on Friday night.
After an early exchange of penalties, Georgian scrum-half Vasil Lobzhanidze scored the first try of the game after 17 minutes with Tedo Abzhandadze converting.
À l’issue de cette victoire, Maxence Darthou commente son premier match avec le @CABCLRUGBY#WEARECAB #CABvZEB pic.twitter.com/YxJ28m1Vox
— CABCLRUGBY (@CABCLRUGBY) December 13, 2019
It stayed 10-3 until half time, then two minutes after the re-start it was Lobzhanidze who crossed the whitewash again with Abzhandadze booting the extras.
It was Thomas Acquier who added Brive’s third, after a check with the TMO, on 71 minutes and there was time remaining for Zebre to register a try through Tomasso Boni three minutes from the final whistle.
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