The Brumbies will host the Reds in the Super Rugby AU final next weekend after Brad Thorn's team overcame the Rebels on Saturday.
Cabous Eloff's late try helped the Rebels edge the Force and reach the Super Rugby AU finals.
The Rebels are on the verge of securing a place in the Super Rugby AU finals despite a 38-32 defeat to the Waratahs on... Read more
The Reds came from behind to claim a bonus-point victory against a wasteful Rebels in Saturday's Super Rugby AU clash.
The Brumbies came unstuck in the rain at Leichhardt Oval, where the Rebels scored four first-half tries.
After the scores were deadlocked at 20-20 after 80 minutes, Isi Naisarani's try sealed victory for the Rebels against Western Force.
The Waratahs have been struggling to find form and a resounding defeat to the Rebels also came with an injury setback for their captain.
Bryce Hegarty came close to sealing the first ever Super Time victory but it was honours even at Brookvale Oval.
Shining Arcs will have Greig Laidlaw, Liam Gill and Anaru Rangi in their squad when the Top League season gets under way in 2021.
The Rebels came up short with a second-half fightback as the Brumbies ran in five tries in a 31-21 Super Rugby AU victory.
The Rebels are set for an extended spell on the road after the team announced they will not play the Reds at AAMI Park.
The Rebels are facing scheduling concerns just a little over a week from the start of Super Rugby AU.
After a three-month suspension due to coronavirus, Super Rugby will return in Australia from July 3, albeit in a revamped format.
Kurtley Beale and Luke Jones are returning to Europe to join top 14 heavyweights Racing 92 next year.
Matt Toomua thinks a domestic or trans-Tasman competition could be a more sustainable alternative to Super Rugby.
After weeks of talks, professional players in Australia have agreed a deal over an average 60 per cent pay cut.