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Zebre Rugby Club can win three consecutive Challenge Cup matches for the first time on Saturday when they host Enisei-STM at Stadio Lanfranchi.
- Zebre defeated Enisei 31-14 in Round 3, their first game against Russian opposition and their biggest away win in the Challenge Cup.
- Enisei have lost their last 13 games, picking up just one losing bonus point and one try bonus point in that time.
- Zebre’s Tommaso Castello has made a competition high 40 carries so far this season with an average gain of 4.9 metres per carry and another competition high of eight offloads.
- Enisei’s Mikheli Gachechiladze has made more tackles than any other player so far this season.
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Zebre Rugby Club were far too strong for Enisei-STM as they made it three wins from four in Pool 4 of the Challenge Cup.
The Italian side were dominant from the start and by the interval had built up a 20-7 advantage courtesy of tries from full-back Edoardo Padovani and scrum-half Joshua Renton.
Fly-half Carlo Canna also went over before the interval and also landed a conversion and penalty.
The Russian side stuck bravely to their task and were rewarded close to the half-hour mark when centre Dimitri Gerasimov crossed and full-back Nikita Churashov converted.
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Gerasimov added a second after the interval but it was largely one-way traffic as Zebre turned on the power.
David Sisi, Luhandre Luus, Paula Balekana, Apisai Tauyavuca and Oliviero Fabiani all added second-half touchdowns as the home team cruised to success.
Canna also crossed for his second try to take his personal tally to 23 points.
Zebre are next in Pool 4 action at La Rochelle on January 11 while Enisei-STM host Bristol Bears the following day.