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Here are 3 more Australian NRL selections for the weekend, as said in the previous post, I will be sending out the Super League ones later. Hope you all have a great profitable weekend!

Australian NRL

Wests Tigers v St George Illawarra Dragons
Saturday 08:30 (BST)
Bet: Wests Tigers 1-10
Odds: 3.40 Bet365, Ladbrokes
Stake: 2 units

Cronulla Sharks v North Queensland Cowboys
Saturday 10:30 (BST)
Bet: Cronulla Sharks 1-10
Odds: 3.40 Bet365, Ladbrokes
Stake: 2 units

Canberra Raiders v Sydney Roosters
Sunday 07:10 (BST)
Bet: Sydney Roosters 1-10
Odds: 3.50 Bet365, 3.40 Ladbrokes
Stake: 2 units

Wests Tigers v St George Illawarra Dragons

The Dragons are bottom on the ladder for form over the last 6 with 1 win and 5 defeats. The Tigers meanwhile sit at 4-2 which probably flatters them a bit but with Mahe Fonua back from injury they have strike runners on both sides of the park. They played some good stuff last week and Mbye looked superb going forward. Of Wests 11 victories this season 9 have come by this margin meaning we get a substantial boost on their 1.83 odds of winning this one. Motivation means the Tigers need a win to have any chance of the playoffs meaning I think we may see them take some fairly conservative penalty goals meaning closer margins are more likely.

Cronulla Sharks v North Queensland Cowboys

I really didn’t want to get on the Cowboys losing by 1-10 again after the last few weeks but the Sharks are a team I cant ignore here. They had a great win over the Storm last week giving them their 13th win of the season and their 11th by 1-10 points. The Cowboys got there in the end last week and played some decent stuff but ultimately got over the line with the Broncos complete inability to complete sets in the 1st half. I don’t think they’ll be so fortunate against the Sharks and while they’ve still lost 4 of their last 6.

Canberra Raiders v Sydney Roosters

Probably a slightly riskier winning margin bet but I like it for good reason. The Raiders are bad that much we know. They’re a bottom half side on merit, they haven’t beaten a single top half team all season and they’ve lost their last 4. The Roosters meanwhile are top of the league, with the best squad and have won their last 5, so why will this even be close? Well the Roosters have used a lot of petrol in the last 3 games with a Sydney derby against arch-rivals Souths, a top 4 clash v the Dragons and a nail biter v North Queensland. They are still using Matterson at 6 and with Whitehead at left centre should be a bit more stable than when Austin was just playing there. Abbey has moved back to fullback on the team sheet meaning they avoid the awful match up of him v one of Feguson or Tupou.

Good luck,

Chris

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