NRL – ROUND 21

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NRL – ROUND 21 SPORTS PLAYS

Here are our H2H Selections for Round 21.

*** ROUND: 21 HEAD 2 HEAD SELECTIONS ***
PANTHERS – $1.44
SHARKS – $1.62
BRONCOS – $1.47
DRAGONS – $1.26
RAIDERS – $1.56
ROOSTERS – $1.64
STORM – $1.62
TITANS – $1.32

H2H MULTI: $23.63

Prices correct at time of publication.

H2H ROUND 20 RESULTS: (7/8)

H2H YEARLY RESULTS: (94/134) (70.14%)

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ROUND 21: BEST BET

Sunday: Gold Coast Titans v Wests Tigers
(Cbus Super Stadium – 4pm AEST)

SELECTION: JARROD HAYNE TO SCORE A TRY & TITANS TO WIN ($2.20)

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST BET ROUND 19 RESULTS: (WINNER)
Saturday: Newcastle Knights v Brisbane Broncos
SELECTION: JAMES ROBERTS TO SCORE A TRY & BRONCOS WIN ($2.00)

BEST BEST PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (9/19) (47.36%)

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ROUND 21: BEST MULTI

Friday: New Zealand Warriors v Cronulla Sharks
(Mt Smart Stadium – 6pm AEST)

SELECTION: CRONULLA SHARKS (Pick Your Own Line: -4.5pts) ($2.00)

Saturday: Sydney Roosters v North Queensland Cowboys
(Allianz Stadium – 7.30pm AEST)

SELECTION: SYDNEY ROOSTERS (Line: -3.5pts) ($1.90)

Sunday: Gold Coast Titans v Wests Tigers
(Cbus Super Stadium – 4pm AEST)

SELECTION: JARROD HAYNE TO SCORE A TRY & TITANS TO WIN ($2.20)

MULTI PAYING: $8.36

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST MULTI ROUND 20 RESULTS: (1/2)

BEST MULTI PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (22/52) (42.30%)

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NRL – ROUND 17

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NRL – ROUND 17 SPORTS PLAYS

Here are our H2H Selections for Round 17.

*** ROUND: 17 HEAD 2 HEAD SELECTIONS ***
EELS – $1.45
TITANS – $1.91
STORM – $1.65
SHARKS – $2.18
SEA EAGLES – $1.45
RAIDERS – $1.56
TIGERS – $2.05
PANTHERS – $1.65

H2H MULTI: $76.22

Prices correct at time of publication.

H2H ROUND 16 RESULTS: (5/7)

H2H YEARLY RESULTS: (75/110) (68.18%)

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ROUND 17: BEST BET

Saturday: Sydney Roosters v Cronulla Sharks
(Central Coast Stadium – 3pm)

SELECTION: CRONULLA SHARKS (H2H) ($2.18)

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST BET ROUND 16 RESULTS: (NIL)

BEST BEST PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (6/16) (37.50%)

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ROUND 17: BEST MULTI

Saturday: Sydney Roosters v Cronulla Sharks
(Central Coast Stadium – 3pm)

SELECTION: CRONULLA SHARKS (H2H) ($2.18)

Saturday: Canberra Raiders v North Queensland Cowboys
(GIO Stadium – 7.30pm AEST)

SELECTION: CANBERRA RAIDERS (Line: -4.5pts) ($1.91)

Sunday: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Penrith Panthers
(ANZ Stadium – 4pm AEST)

SELECTION: PENRITH PANTHERS (Line: -3.5pts) ($1.91)

MULTI PAYING: $7.95

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST MULTI ROUND 16 RESULTS: (1/3)

BEST MULTI PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (18/42) (42.85%)

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NRL – ROUND 9

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NRL – ROUND 9 SPORTS PLAYS

Here are our H2H Selections for Round 9.

*** ROUND: 9 HEAD 2 HEAD SELECTIONS ***
BRONCOS – $1.43
SEA EAGLES – $1.75
EELS – $2.55
TITANS – $1.22
RAIDERS – $1.48
SHARKS – $1.50
WARRIORS – $2.12
STORM – $1.43

H2H MULTI: $54.22

Prices correct at time of publication.

H2H ROUND 8 RESULTS: (4/8)

H2H YEARLY RESULTS: (40/64) (62.50%)

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ROUND 9: BEST BET

Saturday: Canterbury Bulldogs v Canberra Raiders
(ANZ Stadium – 5.30pm)

SELECTION: CANBERRA RAIDERS (Pick Your Own Line: -5.5pts) ($1.83)

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST BET ROUND 8 RESULTS: (NIL)

BEST BEST PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (3/8) (37.50%)

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ROUND 9 – BEST MULTI

Friday: South Sydney Rabbitohs v Manly Sea Eagles
(Allianz Stadium – 6pm)

SELECTION: MANLY SEA EAGLES (Pick Your Own Line: -3.5pts) ($2.06)

Saturday: Canterbury Bulldogs v Canberra Raiders
(ANZ Stadium – 5.30pm)

SELECTION: CANBERRA RAIDERS (Pick Your Own Line: -5.5pts) ($1.83)

Saturday: Wests Tigers v Cronulla Sharks
(Leichhardt Oval – 7.30pm)

SELECTION: CRONULLA SHARKS (Pick Your Own Line: -5.5pts) ($1.84)

MULTI PAYING: $6.93

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST MULTI ROUND 8 RESULTS: (0/3)

BEST MULTI PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (10/24) (41.66%)

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NRL – SEMI FINALS WEEK 3 PLAYS

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Welcome to Week 3 of the NRL Final series where we are down to the final 4 teams for the season. Which team will make the Grand Final?

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Finals Week 3: Friday, September 23rd, 7.55pm, ALLIANZ Stadium

CRONULLA SUTHERLAND SHARKS v NORTH QUEENSLAND COWBOYS

BETTING: SHARKS $2.00 – COWBOYS $1.85

SUMMARY
And then there were four. The last remaining Sydney team hosts last year’s premiers in the first of two preliminary finals this weekend.

The Sharks enter this one on the back of a much-needed weekend off courtesy of a gritty 16-14 qualifying final win in Canberra a fortnight ago.

Having gone into that game with just one win from their previous six starts (including a loss to Canberra who themselves were on an 11-game winning run going into the finals) few tipped the Sharks to spring an upset, particularly after skipper Paul Gallen was ruled out with a back complaint.

Their situation became even more dire when stand-in skipper Wade Graham was concussed early on but Shane Flanagan’s men managed to eke out a crucial win. That week off allowed Gallen to get his back right and Graham to get in a full week of training after passing a follow-up cognitive test.

It also allowed key prop Sam Tagataese to overcome a shoulder injury; the Samoa international’s absence keenly felt in Cronulla’s late-season slump and this side on paper is a much stronger one than that which edged the Raiders.

For now, Tagataese has been named in jersey 18 with rookie Kurt Capewell holding a bench spot following his strong outing against the Raiders. Gallen’s return at lock pushes Jason Bukuya to the bench and Jesse Sene-Lefao out of the team.

We could never do justice to the heaving, frantic, ebbing, epic 90-minute thriller played out by Cronulla’s opponents North Queensland last week in Townsville over old rivals Brisbane but suffice to say the boys from the Shire will have been pleased to see that one run for 90 minutes in sapping heat and humidity.

Cowboys coach Paul Green and his support staff though are used to managing the demands of heat and travel and the seven days since will hopefully allow him to get his troops back in tip top condition for the trip to Sydney.

The only change for Green is the return of Kane Linnett from injury in the centres, pushing Javid Bowen to the wing and impressive teenager Kalyn Ponga out of the team following a great debut last week in what was his first but certainly not last NRL appearance.

HISTORY
Played 40; Sharks 24, Cowboys 16. If you discount the 90s and early 2000s when North Queensland weren’t the powerhouse they are today, they have a 15 from 26 winning record against the Sharks from 2004 to now. The last eight meetings are split four apiece. Allianz has not been a happy hunting ground for the northerners, who are on a five-match losing run (against the Sharks, Sea Eagles and Roosters) at the venue having not won there since 2010. They have just six wins from 21 starts there overall. No such worries exist for the hosts, who have won their past four (against the Roosters and Rabbitohs) at Allianz. The only previous meeting between these two teams at Moore Park was won 20-18 by Cronulla in the 2013 finals in what was the controversial ‘seventh-tackle try’ match.

2016 RESULTS
Round 1: 1300SMILES Stadium – North Queensland Cowboys 20 def. Cronulla Sutherland sharks 14
Round 14: Southern Cross Group Stadium – Cronulla Sutherland Sharks 13 def. North Queensland Cowboys 10

OUR TIP: SHARKS by 4pts

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Finals Week 3: Saturday, September 24th, 7.45pm, AAMI Park

MELBOURNE STORM v CANBERRA RAIDERS

BETTING: STORM $1.45 – RAIDERS $2.85

SUMMARY
80 minutes. That’s all that separates the Melbourne Storm and the Canberra Raiders from a spot in the 2016 NRL Grand Final.

These sides were the two best teams after 26 Rounds this season, but only one will be playing for the chance to lift the Provan-Summons trophy next Sunday night.

Melbourne enjoyed a week off last week after defeating the Cowboys 16-10 in the qualifying final.

The rest was an important one for the Storm given that lock Dale Finucane wouldn’t have played last weekend considering he’s only now just getting over an ankle injury.

Despite going down at home in the qualifying final to Cronulla, Canberra bounced back quickly to record a 22-12 win over Penrith in the semi-final to book their spot in the final four.

The Raiders have won 11 of their past 12 matches and have been in almost unstoppable form since that run began.

They enter this game with the same 17 from last weekend, although the Storm have made one change.

Nelson Asofa-Solomona will miss the rest of the season with an elbow injury in a massive blow for Melbourne, with Christian Welch, Felise Kaufusi and Matt White all brought in to fight it out for the remaining interchange spot.

HISTORY
Played 37; Storm 26, Raiders 11. Despite the Storm have a much better overall record, the past six meetings between these sides have been evenly split. Only one of those fixtures will be on the minds of these players though, as Canberra beat Melbourne 22-8 in Round 23 just six weeks ago.

2016 RESULTS
Round 23: GIO Stadium – Canberra Raiders 22 def. Melbourne Storm 8

OUR TIP: STORM by 6pts

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*** HEAD 2 HEAD SELECTIONS ***
SHARKS, STORM

H2H MULTI: $2.90

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Here are our best plays for Week 3 for the 2016 NRL Semi Final Series.

PLAY 1
Friday: Cronulla Sutherland Sharks v North Queensland Cowboy
(ALLIANZ Stadium: 7.55pm)

OUR SELECTION: SHARKS (H2H) ($2.00)

PLAY 2
Saturday: Melbourne Storm v Canberra Raiders
(AAMI Park – 7.40pm)

SELECTION: STORM (Pick Your Own Line: -5.5pts) ($1.70)

TWO LEG MULTI PAYING: $3.40

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NRL – SEMI FINALS WEEK 1 PLAYS

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Welcome to Week 1 of the NRL Semi Final series where we are down to the final eight teams and now we are at the business end of the season.

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Elimination Final : Friday, September 9th, 7.55pm, Suncorp Stadium

BRISBANE BRONCOS v GOLD COAST TITANS

SPORTSBET BETTING: BRISBANE BRONCOS $1.28 – GOLD COAST TITANS $3.85

SUMMARY
There are no second chances on offer for the losers this week however with the Titans trying to defy recent history that shows in their past nine games against Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium they have headed south empty handed on each occasion.

The rivalry got off to a bright start in 2007 when the newcomers sprung a 28-16 upset, audaciously taking their home game to Brisbane’s backyard and pulling their host’s pants down in front of more than 47,000 fans.

A Darren Lockyer field goal was all that separated them in the rematch in Round 17 before a crowd of 48,621 but as the Titans have struggled in recent years so has the rivalry waned.

In the past 14 meetings Brisbane have won 12 with an average winning margin of 14 points, Gold Coast’s only successes coming in hard-fought four-point wins at home in 2012 and 2014.

It’s a rivalry in need of a reboot and there is no better way to do that than fight out a finals classic in front of a full house on Friday night.

The Broncos have had some injury concerns at training with Andrew MCullough, Josh McGuire, Alex Glenn and Tom Opacic all spending time away from the main group during the build-up but all have been named by coach Wayne Bennett and are expected to play.

There are no such concerns for the Titans who have named the same team that went down 32-16 to the Cowboys last week with Anthony Don, William Zillman and Lachlan Burr named on an extended seven-man bench.

HISTORY
Played 20; Broncos 15, Titans 5. It’s a rivalry in only its 10th season but there have been 12 players to have played for both the Broncos and Titans in that time; Ashley Taylor, Josh Hoffman and James Roberts all with recent ties to their opposition on Friday night. If Hoffman was to score a try this week he would become the first player to have scored a try for the Broncos against the Titans and also a try for the Titans against the Broncos. The Broncos have won the last nine meetings at Suncorp Stadium with Gold Coast’s record at the venue standing at three wins and 13 losses, two of those wins coming against Canterbury.

OUR TIP: BRISBANE BRONCOS by 6pts

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Qualifying Final: Saturday, September 10th, 5.35pm, GIO Stadium

CANBERRA RAIDERS v CRONULLA SHARKS

BETTING: RAIDERS $1.56 – SHARKS $2.50

SUMMARY
Rugby league can be a cruel game sometimes.

The Sharks headed to Melbourne last week with the chance of winning their first minor premiership since 1999.

That chance slipped away as the Storm prevailed by 20 points. Making matters worse, Cronulla wouldn’t even finish second with the Raiders leapfrogging them less than 24 hours later after flogging the Wests Tigers 52-10.

Canberra welcome back prop Junior Paulo (back) who will start instead of now 18th man Paul Vaughan as Ricky Stuart’s men look to make it a whopping 11-straight victories.

The Sharks have lost Joseph Paulo (knee) for a couple of weeks but coach Shane Flanagan has welcomed back Ricky Leutele. Leutele starts in the centres and Gerard Beale returns to the bench and will be joined by 18th man Kurt Capewell.

HISTORY
Played 66; Raiders 31, Sharks 35. The Raiders and Sharks have traded wins in 2016. They last played in Round 22 when the Raiders prevailed by 16 points at Southern Cross Group Stadium. Since 2010 that these teams have traded two wins for two losses.

OUR TIP: CANBERRA RAIDERS by 10pts

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Qualifying Final: Saturday, September 10th, 7.55pm, Suncorp Stadium

MELBOURNE STORM v NORTH QUEENSLAND COWBOYS

BETTING: STORM $1.74 – COWBOYS $2.15

SUMMARY
12 months ago North Queensland knocked the Storm out of the finals and then went on to win the premiership.

This season the two sides meet a little earlier, but arguably just as much is on the line.

A preliminary final berth awaits the winner, while the loser must go the long route in order to have a chance at the Provan-Summons trophy.

Melbourne earnt the right to host this fixture after playing a season of consistently good footy to finish the regular season on top, while the Cowboys held off challengers to claim the final double chance position last weekend.

These two sides have met twice this season with the Storm winning on both occasions, although this will be their first meeting at AAMI Park as the Storm played their home fixture at Suncorp Stadium in Round 10.

Melbourne have named the same 17 that beat the Sharks last weekend, although Nelson Asofa-Solomona is free to return from suspension and may be a late call-up.

The Cowboys have made just the one change, as Matt Scott is named despite being under an injury cloud, and Patrick Kaufusi drops out of the side. Scott Bolton returns to the bench.

HISTORY
Played 32; Storm 22, Cowboys 10. These two sides have played three times in the past 12 months, with Melbourne holding a 2-1 advantage in that time span. The one win to North Queensland however was in the most important game, as the Cowboys smashed Melbourne 32-12 in last season’s preliminary final. The Storm have won both games this season by a combined nine points.

OUR TIP: MELBOURNE STORM by 4pts

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Elimination Final 2: Sunday, September 11th, 4.10pm, Allianz Stadium

PENRITH PANTHERS v CANTERBURY BULLDOGS

BETTING: PANTHERS $1.48 – BULLDOGS $2.73

SUMMARY
The opening weekend of the finals wraps up with the only all-Sydney clash of the weekend as the in-form Panthers host a Bulldogs side that hasn’t quite clicked of late at Allianz Stadium.

On the wrong side of plenty of extremely narrow losses earlier in the year, Anthony Griffin’s Panthers have now won seven of their past eight games and plenty of those by big margins.

With respect to the likes of Manly, Newcastle and Wests Tigers they didn’t have a lot to beat in some of those games but they gutsed out a win on the Gold Coast against fellow finalists the Titans after their hosts came back to tie things up from 14-0 behind, and a big win up in Brisbane was one of the best Panthers performances of the year.

Griffin has named the same 17 that got the job done against Manly last week, with Moses Leota added to an extended bench.

Canterbury remain hard to get a read on. The late-surging Rabbitohs completely outclassed them last week as a late-season slump of three straight losses has seen them slip to a seventh-place finish. They haven’t beaten a top-eight side since downing Brisbane during the Origin period in Round 16.

Coach Des Hasler is without fullback Will Hopoate for religious reasons while Hopoate’s fellow outside back Sam Perrett is still unavailable with a neck injury. It means Brett Morris moves to fullback with Tyrone Phillips called up on the wing. Big Sam Kasiano is a welcome return from a two-week suspension on the bench. He pushes Dany Fualalo to 18th man.

HISTORY
Played 89; Panthers 35, Bulldogs 51, Drawn 3. The Dogs have seven wins from their past 10 trips to Allianz while Penrith have won just four from 10. The two teams haven’t met at the venue since a 30-14 win to the 2004 premiership-winning Bulldogs to book a spot in that year’s Grand Final.

OUR TIP: PENRITH PANTHERS by 8

*** SEMI FINALS WEEK 1 – HEAD 2 HEAD SELECTIONS ***
BRONCOS, RAIDERS, STORM, PANTHERS

H2H MULTI: $5.14

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Here are our best plays for Week 1 for the 2016 NRL Semi Final Series.

PLAY 1
Saturday: Canberra Riders v Cronulla Sharks
(GIO Stadium: 5.35pm)

OUR SELECTION: CANBERRA RAIDERS (Line: -5.5pts) ($1.91)

PLAY 2
Sunday: Melbourne Storm v North Queensland Cowboys
(AAMI Park – 7.55pm)

SELECTION: MELBOURNE STORM (Pick Your Own Line: -2.5pts) ($1.96)

TWO LEG MULTI PAYING: $3.74

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NRL – ROUND 23 SPORTS PLAYS

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NRL – ROUND 23 SPORTS PLAYS

Here are our H2H Selections for Round 23.

*** RD: 23 HEAD 2 HEAD SELECTIONS ***
BULLDOGS – $1.48
BRONCOS – $1.22
TITANS – $1.92
WARRIORS – $1.36
SHARKS – $1.25
PANTHERS – $1.16
COWBOYS – $1.48
STORM – $1.77

H2H MULTI: $17.90

Prices correct at time of publication.

H2H ROUND 22 RESULTS: (3/8)

H2H YEARLY RESULTS: (108/159) (67.92%)

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BEST BET FOR ROUND 23

Thursday: Canterbury Bulldogs v Manly Sea Eagles
(ANZ Stadium – 7.50pm)

SELECTION: CANTERBURY BULLDOGS (Pick Your Own Line: -4.5pts) ($1.75)

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST BET ROUND 22 RESULT: (NIL)

BEST BEST PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (14/22) (63.63%)

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BEST MULTI PLAYS FOR ROUND 23

Thursday: Canterbury Bulldogs v Manly Sea Eagles
(ANZ Stadium – 7.50pm)

SELECTION: CANTERBURY BULLDOGS (Pick Your Own Line: -4.5pts) ($1.75)

Saturday: St George Illawarra Dragons v Cronulla Sharks
(UOW Jubilee Oval – 7.30pm)

SELECTION: CRONULLA SHARKS(Margin: 13+) ($2.05)

Sunday: Newcastle Knights v Penrith Panthers
(HUNTER Stadium – 4pm)

SELECTION: PENRITH PANTHERS (Margin: 13+) ($1.65)

MULTI PAYING: $5.91

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST MULTI ROUND 22 RESULTS: (0/3)

BEST MULTI PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (32/63) (50.79%)

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NRL – ROUND 20 SPORTS PLAYS

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Here are our H2H Selections for Round 20.

*** RD: 20 HEAD 2 HEAD SELECTIONS ***
COWBOYS – $1.42
BRONCOS – $1.30
RAIDERS – $1.45
TITANS – $1.45
STORM – $1.26
SHARKS – $1.05
TIGERS – $1.53
SEA EAGLES – $1.75

H2H MULTI: $13.87

Prices correct at time of publication.

H2H ROUND 19 RESULTS: (4/5)

H2H YEARLY RESULTS: (91.5/135) (67.77%)

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BEST BET FOR ROUND 20

Sunday: Cronulla Sharks v Newcastle Knights
(Shark Park – 2.05pm)

SELECTION: Jack Bird To Score A Try & Cronulla To Win ($1.83)

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST BET ROUND 19 RESULT: (WINNER)
BRISBANE BRONCOS (Line: -6.5pts) ($1.92)

BEST BEST PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (12/19) (63.15%)

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BEST MULTI PLAYS FOR ROUND 20

Saturday: Canberra Raiders v New Zealand Warriors
(GIO Stadium – 3.05pm)

SELECTION: CANBERRA RAIDERS (Line: -6.5pts) ($1.91)

Saturday: Gold Coast Titans v Parramatta Eels
(CBus Super Stadium – 7.35pm)

SELECTION: GOLD COAST TITANS (Line: -7.5pts) ($1.91)

Sunday: Cronulla Sharks v Newcastle Knights
(Shark Park – 2.05pm)

SELECTION: Jack Bird To Score A Try & Cronulla To Win ($1.83)

MULTI PAYING: $6.67

Prices correct at time of publication.

BEST MULTI ROUND 19 RESULTS: (2/3)

BEST MULTI PLAYS YEARLY RESULTS: (28/54) (51.85%)

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