We are expecting a few blow outs this week with some top sides playing the bottom sides. The Eels are playing the Tigers to get the round started who will be looking for a strong performance after last week’s loss to Manly.
A close game is expected on Friday between the 12th placed Broncos and 10th placed Sea Eagles. The Storm and Broncos are the second game on Friday which is looking like a one sided game based on form.
The Warriors are in for a tough game against the Roosters who are coming off a loss. We are expecting close games between the Sharks and Dragons and Raiders verse Rabbitohs on Sunday and the Knights should take care of the Bulldogs easily on Sunday.
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NRL Same Game Multi Tips
Eels v West Tigers
Bankwest Stadium | 7:50 PM (AEST)
The Eels have an 80% win rate this season while the Tigers only have a 50% win rate. Surprisingly the Tigers have scored more points with 245 while the Eels have scored 228 total points. The most telling stat is the points conceded with the Tigers letting in 177 points while the Eels have only allowed 118 points to be scored against them. The Tigers are coming off a 48-0 win over the Broncos while the Eels will have a point to prove after a convincing loss to Manly last week. Parramatta has two big inclusions this week with Mitchell Moses and Blake Ferguson back in the side.
Cowboys v Sea Eagles
Qld Country Bank Stadium | 6:00 PM (AEST)
The Cowboys are coming off a solid performance against the Panthers, all be it going down by 6 points. Manly will be confident after knocking off the Eels last week. Manly has a win rate of 50% this season and turned around a 3 game losing streak last week against the top of the ladder team. The Cowboys have only won 30% of their games and the loss of their coach during the week is not ideal preparation. The Cowboys have scored 205 points this season while Manly have only scored 155. The points conceded stats are not good for the Cowboys with 275 points while Manly have only conceded 181. Both teams have something to play for this week and this game should be evenly matched with the Sea Eagles winning in a close high scoring game.
Broncos v Storm
Suncorp Stadium | 7:55 PM (AEST)
The Broncos have made a heap of changes to the team after getting pumped by 48 points last week. The Storm also gains 4 players including Suliasi Vunivalu. The stats match up is ugly for the Broncos and we cannot see this game being anything but a big win for the Melbourne Storm.
Warriors v Roosters
Central Coast Stadium | 3:00 PM (AEST)
The Warriors have checked out of this season after another massive loss last week and it doesn’t get any easier this week facing the Roosters after a loss. The stats match up for this game also ugly. There will be plenty of points scored and almost all of them by the Roosters.
Sharks v Dragons
Jubilee Stadium | 5:30 PM (AEST)
Both teams are looking to cement their form with a win this week with both teams coming off a win last week. The Dragons (11th) have won four of their past six matches while the Sharks (9th on percentages) have lost just two of their past seven games. A win in this one would give the Dragons real hope they can make the top eight. Expect this to be a close high scoring match with the Sharks winning by 1-12.
Raiders v Rabbitohs
GIO Stadium | 7:35 PM (AEST)
The Raiders are still without a lot of key players but will be on a high after beating the Roosters last week. The Rabbitohs are looking weak this season and will some luck lustre performances. We believe the Raiders will win this one and cover the line but the margin is tricky.
Knights v Bulldogs
McDonald Jones Stadium | 2:00 PM (AEST)
Fourth-placed Knights will be looking to claim their first back to back wins since the opening two round when they play last-placed Bulldogs this weekend. The Knights stars stood up last week when they raced to a 20 point lead over the Rabbitohs last week. The Bulldogs scored plenty of points against the Dragons but this week is looking like another tough 80 minutes of football.
Titans v Panthers
Cbus Super Stadium | 4:05 PM (AEST)
The Titans are still struggling even after a massive first half last week against the storm but conceded a heap of points in the second half and lost 42-6. The Panthers were expected to win big last week but in a sloppy, hard-fought game against the Cowboys won by only 6 points in a low scoring game. The Panthers will no doubt be better this week and expect them to beat the Titans by 13+ points.