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Sydney Roosters v Canterbury Bulldogs Thursday, June 30, 8pm, Allianz Stadium

Canterbury were amazing in their victory against Broncos with Brett Morris making a return and picking up a triple. Roosters are coming off a much needed bye after their loss to Warriors in a less than average match up full of errors and penalties. The Buldogs are definitely the better side and are looking like top 4 worthy contenders whereas Roosters are barely fit for the top 12. Roosters have beaten the Bulldogs in the last 2 games at Allianz Stadium in 2015 and have beaten the bulldogs in the last 5/7 games in general, though they are 2 completely different sides now. Roosters have recorded an unconvincing record of 2 wins and 5 losses at Allianz this year. Mitchell Pearce will return for the home side and his presence alongside Aiden Guerras return may be enough to boost their teams morale, although their skill levels may not be enough to get them over the line. The last 3 games have totaled over 50 points each and each of their wins only coming from teams outside the top 8. Roosters seem to play a lot better rugby with the presence of Mitchell Pearce, hence posting 20 points against Bulldogs at ANZ in round 11 and we are predicting that this match will be really rely on defence and be a lot closer than people think.

Key Points
• Canterbury have not won 3 straight this year
• Bulldogs beat Roosters by 12 points at ANZ Stadium earlier this season. A stronger Roosters side will face them at Allianz
• Apart from Brett Morris, all Bulldogs tries last week came from front rowers

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Safe – Alternative Total under 50.5 – $1.22 (bet365)
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New Zealand Warriors v Gold Coast Titans Saturday, July 2, 3pm, Mt Smart Stadium

Warriors looked hungry last week against Sharks at Shark Park in a controversial match which some may argue that Warriors should have won. Warriors still don’t convince me that they can keep their form from that match, especially with Shaun Johnson playing with an injury and Lolohea also playing without 100% match fitness. Titans have been great to bet on all season in terms of value and in their loss to Canberra, this can only work in our advantage. People are quick to dismiss the Titans after a couple of shaky performances. Last week Canberra should’ve rightfully blown Gold Coast away and after Greg Bird was sin binned, Titans were still able to keep composure, create opportunities and more importantly, put scores on the board and keep the game close. Titans are also one of few teams that have had games decided by single digit margins against the mighty Sharks which tells me that Warriors won’t have an easy task taking this victory and especially with Titans ability to travel well. There have been rumors that Ashley Taylor will be absent for this match up due to an injury and Jono Wright has been dropped from New Zealand after his weak performance against the Sharks. The Gold Coast line is absurdly high considering what both teams are bringing to the table and I’m tipping Warriors to edge them by a hair

Key Points
• Warriors have won the last 9/10 games against Titans
• Shaun Johnson, Warriors main playmaker is not 100% match fit but will still play
• Titans have only lost to 1 team outside the top 8 (Dragons) by 5 points

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Safe – Alternative line – Titans +21.5 – $1.25 (bet365)
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Wests Tigers v Penrith Panthers Saturday, July 2, 5.30pm, ANZ Stadium

Tigers played an incredible second half against Storm last week although the errors are still occurring in the first half. This week with Robbie Farrah coming back into the side, we are expecting to see a much stronger performance and Tigers have a decent record at ANZ Stadium. Penrith have won the majority of matches between these 2 sides although Tigers are looking stronger than we have seen in years. Penrith are a great side and they have the ability to score tries though they also concede them just as quick. The players that everyone are watching are Matt Moylan and James Tedesco, both fullbacks with different styles of play that are fighting it out to fill that position for the NSW Origin side. Tigers have a more experienced combination in the halves which could be the difference in winning or losing this game. There is something about this Penrith side in the clutch moment when the game is on the line they seem to play riskier football can sometimes be the death of them or it can bring them home the victory, as we saw with Manly, Gold Coast, Rabbitohs, Canberra, the list goes on. Which indicates that the Tigers line of 4 points may give us enough leeway to find a safe haven to avoid heartbreak at the final siren.

Key Points
• The last 8/10 clashes between these two sides have exceeded 38 points
• Both teams need to win to make the top 8
• Tigers posted 20 points on Storm at AAMI park last week. Penrith posted 6 in Round 13 against Storm

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Safe – Tigers +15.5 – $1.25 (bet365)
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Cronulla Sharks v Parramatta Eels Saturday, July 2, 7.30pm, Shark Park

Parramattas season just keeps getting worse with Semi Radradras private life now posted all over the news, him also not training with the team brings curiosity to the public as to him even showing up to play this clash. Foran had been stripped of captaincy while away on injury, more position configurations due to injuries etc… it just doesn’t stop for the poor Eels. Sharks are welcoming back Sosaia Feki. Sharks may not have played their absolute best performance against the Warriors last week although they still had a hell of a game and 11 consecutive wins and their ladder position is a testament to how good they really are. Parramatta still have the ability to turn up and give Cronulla their money worth, plus Cronulla are due to take a fall but I’m tipping it will not be on this day. Having said that, Sharks last 3 games have been decided by less than a try which 2 of them 3 games should have arguably gone the other way. Parramattas line of 10.5 is fairly large considering how close Cronullas previous recent games have been, though in all fairness Cowboys and Bulldogs were always going to be close games and Warriors have a history against Cronulla.

Key Points
• Cronulla have won 11 straight
• Parramatta can not make the top 8
• Bevan French has scored in every game he has participated in

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Safe – Sharks win – $1.30 (Crownbet)
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Another very good week with our NRL tips!

Rabbitohs vs Panthers – Rabbitohs performed surprisingly well and once again proving that they are definitely the most inconsistent side in the competition. Penrith looked like a sure thing to cover the under total but ended up doing what they do best which is making critical errors in the clutch. Rabbitohs had one try to their name by half time to Penriths two. Knowing that Penrith play the better part of their game in the second half, missing our Conclusion bet with the under certainly took us by surprise when Panthers conceded 3 tries due to poor defence. Considering the amount of key players who were absent from South Sydney, the scoreline should’ve bared a much larger margin between scores. Rabbitohs dominated the possession of the ball while Sam Burgess led the way for them, picking up 2 tries which is a rarity for him. Our Safe bet salutes as usual although it was cut very fine by a 2 point margin. Tyrone Peachey had crossed the line two times but was unable to ground the ball which in turn resulted in two disallowed tries and no return on our exotic bet. Nathan Cleary had a spectacular performance in both kicking duties and attacking as he crossed his line for his 2nd in his NRL career which so far only consists of 2 games. As for the unexpected losses in our Conclusion and Exotic bets, our Bonus bet paying $6 should compensate quite well.


Broncos vs Bulldogs – Brisbanes away record continues to haunt them as they were served a cold hard brutal beating at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night. Brett Morris was a late inclusion to the Bulldogs who went on to score a hat trick, making him the only individual to ever score three tries on the Broncos. Some of the origin stars backed up although they were looking exhausted. Broncos drew the first blood as Corey Oates found the try line on the 23rd minute, giving the impression as if this was going to be a slug fest and a fight until the end. By the second half, fatigue had effected the Broncos, especially the origin stars as their ability to defend was mediocre at best, leaking 30 points in their biggest loss of the season. With Broncos only winning 2 away games this season, Bulldogs were considered underdogs prior to the match but were backed into favourites by the time the betting closed. Our safe bet well and truly salutes as did our Conclusion bet. Bulldogs had seen the try line many times on Saturday night and as the aforementioned Josh Morris scoring three tries, this gives a heavy indication as to why our exotic bet resulted in a loss as Perrett plays on the opposite wing, which rarely saw the ball all game due to the big success rate on the right side. Our Bonus Bet comes in which makes this match a very profitable one.


Titans vs Raiders – Titans have been one of them teams that the bookies overlooked over for so long and once they jumped on the bandwagon, the punters jumped off and backed Canberra. Canberra looked like the better side on the day although Titans weren’t going to be a push over. Raiders scored three unanswered tries which looked like the beginning of a blowout and when the Titans thought it couldn’t get worse, Greg Bird is sent off to the sin bin for 10 minutes for an altercation with Joseph Tapine. For a team that is getting dominated to having one less player on the field and keeping the Raiders from scoring again, then bouncing back is nothing short of amazing. Within that time frame, front rower Ryan James found the try line which gave them momentum to find the line again within 8 minutes. 8 points down at the 78th minute mark and the Titans started playing like they wanted to win, which was unfortunately too late to start firing up. Our Safe bet is a moral as usual. Our Conclusion bet gets up but only with half a point leeway which is a little too close for comfort, but a wins a win. Jarrod Crokers record for scoring against the Titans, plus the high score expectancy, for $2.20 this bet seemed like a steal. 3/3


Storm vs Tigers – Storm started the match firing, posting 26 points in the first half. By this time everybody that had their money on the Tigers line bet were in disgust as Storm have a history of not letting up very easily. Koroibetes record against his old club is outstanding and he continued to contribute to his historical stats as he ran 285 meters for the match, including a 75 meter run which led to a try in the first half. Tigers came out in the second half with a game plan which they executed quite well and with 4 tries in the second half, they become the second team this season to score 20 points against the best defence in the comp and the first team to do it at AAMI Park. With the absence of Blake Green and Cameron Munster, it is really starting to show how much they actually contribute to the defensive roles as Storm have conceded 20 points in back to back matches which coincidentally were missing Munster and Green which make up half of the spine of the Storm. Our safe bet is once again on point which brings us back to form, hitting 100% in Safe bets this week. The game certainly didn’t go how we expected, although it definitely worked in our favour, as we were expecting this to be a low scoring game. An unexpected 4 tries in the second half from the Tigers results in our Bonus Bet missing by a hair though it had put us in the clear to win our Conclusion bet. As a Tigers strategy, the pressure was kept on Vunivalu which kept him from his usual routine in scoring, which results in our Exotic bet losing which brings us to 2/3 for this match, no Bonus and overall a very profitable weekend.


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This week we are providing our tips a little different as these bye rounds can be quite tricky and there aren’t many games that we are that confident to be tipping 3 absolute gems with. Instead we are providing the bet tips we can find for each match. There is no point forcing tips that we are not certain on. Anyway, these picks below are very good and should be winning to make us money!  We went 3/4 last night with the Adelaide game so we are already sitting in the green for this round.

We currently have a couple really good specials going with a few bookies, They are listed below.

Collingwood v Fremantle, MCG – Friday 7:50pm

A tough game to decide, Fremantle are inform winning 3 in a row, whilst Collingwood have lost 3 in a row and had the bye last week. Hearing those stats you wouldn’t think the winner would be hard to choose but a 6-day break for the Dockers and at the MCG, the Pies could have a chance. Fremantle have won the past 3 against Collingwood and are playing with some confidence now. Looking at the teams, the Pies don’t have a person that I can see popping up and kicking 3 or so goals to get them home, Cloke is back but his shit and big Cox can’t be relied on. Whereas, Freo have 3-4 people who could kick a bag tonight and for that reason the Dockers should get the win and make it 4 in a row for them.

Chris Mayne 2+ goals @ 3.00 (Bet365)
Freo 1-39 @ 2.45 (Crownbet)
Wire to wire – any other result @ 1.95 (Crownbet)

Richmond v Brisbane, MCG – Saturday 1:40pm

Not confident on a hell of a lot with this game, Richmond should be winning easily coming off their bye round but with the wet weather that is forecasted and how inconsistent the Tigers are at times I suggest stay away. Deledio is the Tigers most influential player without a doubt. He wins the ball and is classy with his disposal and gets on the scoreboard. I can see him having a big day tomorrow and will cover this bet even on his off day against the Lions.

Brett Deledio 2+ goals @ 1.83 (Crownbet)

Greater Western Sydney v Carlton, Spotless Stadium – Saturday 4:35pm

GWS escaped a terrible display last week against the Bombers. They thought that they were just going to get the win without trying. The Blues had the bye last week and I think that’s what the Giants need. They smashed Sydney 2 weeks ago and I think all the young kids with their bodies need a little rest. The Blues will be fresh and want to make amends for losing to the Saints 2 weeks ago. This line is massive in my opinion and Carlton should be staying pretty close throughout the game and especially with the wet weather predicted. Toby Greene is inform and saved the Giants last week, his playing more deep forward and has a good sense for goals, can see him kicking at least 2 this week.

Toby Greene 2+ goals @ 1.83 (Bet365)
Carlton +51.5 @ 1.92 (Crownbet)

St Kilda v Geelong, Etihad Stadium – Saturday 7:25pm

Not much needs to be said here, this line is a little small! The bookies think Geelong will slack off against the Saints like they have against other weak teams but they are playing a lot better footy now and Scott will not want them to let off heading into the bye rounds. You can see his intentions with making only 1 change and that was bringing Guthrie back in which shows they are not going to rest up yet. At Etihad Geelong have played some of their best footy, they will get an easy win.

Geelong -33.5 @ 1.92 (Crownbet)

Hawthorn v Gold Coast, Aurora Stadium – Sunday 3:20pm

Again there is not much I like in this game except the unders. The line is pretty big and not worth it I believe as the Hawks are failing to put some sides away this year and the Suns are slowly getting more players back from injuries, which helps them out. Also down at Aurora this weekend it will be wet and slippery and I wouldn’t be surprised to see some snow, it’s that cold this time of the year down there. The Hawks will be putting a focus on their defense and hoping to keep the Suns to a low score and this helps with Luke Hodge coming back in to be the general down there.

Total under 191.5 @ 1.91 (Bet365)


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Penrith Panthers v South Sydney Rabbitohs Friday, June 24, 8pm

Pepper Stadium Usually I would be concerned about tipping any side in a game that occurred two days after origin, plus Rabbitohs have really been an inconsistent side and have a habit of working against my favour. Having said that, the Rabbitohs are missing Auva’a, Neilsen, Carter and Reynolds. With a full strength squad against Penrith at Pepper Stadium, I would still be inclined to take Penrith. Matt Moylan and Josh Mansour are said to be backing up from origin and as I recall, they played a great game in their loss against Storm when backing up after game 1. Penrith played an incredible game, coming back and defeating Manly after trailing by 24 points in round 14 at Brookvale Oval. In front of their home crowd I’m expecting them to have a big performance as it has been 5 weeks since they played at home last and 6 weeks since they won there last. Penrith are coming off a bye which means they will be well rested except for the origin stars and Rabbitohs have lost their last 7/9 games. Take Penrith for a comfortable win.

Key Points
• The last 3 matches between these two sides have totalled under 36 points
• Pepper Stadium has a history of being a low scoring ground
• Rabbitohs have conceded more than 20 points in 8 consecutive games

Safe – Penrith win – $1.35 (crownbet)
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Gold Coast Titans v Canberra Raiders Sunday, June 26, 2pm

CBus Super Stadium Gold Coast played great against Manly last week who were lost without Dylan Walker. Canberra have been looking very impressive in comparison to their form earlier in the season but are yet to convince me that they are a top 8 worthy side. Raiders will be looking to be at full strength with Jack Wighton and Shannon Boyd returning to the side. Aiden Sezer was a former Titan while Shillington and Zillman are ex Raiders. These sides met earlier in the year at GIO Stadium with Canberra leading at half time and Gold Coast coming back to win by 4 points. That being said, Canberra have improved in form since then and will be hungry coming off a bye. In Canberras last match up against Broncos, Brisbane had kept them scoreless for the first half and then Raiders put in a mighty effort to score 3 tries to bring the game within 8 points.

Key Points
• The only half time lead Canberra have blown was to Titans earlier this season
• Gold Coast have beaten Canberra 7/9 times at home
• Jarrod Croker has 10 tries in 10 games against Titans

Safe – Titans +13.5 – $1.25 (crownbet)
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Canterbury Bulldogs v Brisbane Broncos Saturday, June 25, 7.30pm

ANZ Stadium Brisbane seems like they have let it slip a little bit and we have yet to see them win convincingly on the road. Bulldogs on the other hand have been lethal at ANZ Stadium and haven’t dropped 2 in a row there this season. Brisbane will be running depleted side as Wayne Bennett will more than likely rest some of his origin stars which was resulted in taking a loss against Warriors in the week following game 1 of origin. Thaiday will also be out for a dangerous tackle on Paul Gallen. Both players are coming off the bye in which Bennett would have had his inexperienced players knuckle down on the training ground as part of his contingency plan, though I’m tipping this will not be enough. Kahu played an essential role in Broncos game against the Tigers and due to a pectoral injury he is ruled out. Bulldogs will be missing Josh Morris to a groin injury and Brett Morris is racing the clock but is still unsure whether or not he will play though it is more likely the latter.

Key Points
• Brisbane have only won 2 away games this season
• Brisbane have not won a game either side of origin week
• Bulldogs have not lost 2 a row at home

Safe – Bulldogs +8.5 – $1.28 (crownbet)
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Melbourne Storm v Wests Tigers Sunday, June 26, 4pm

AAMI Park Melbourne looked lost without their Origin players last week against the struggling Dragons. But Smith and Cronk should be backing up from this and will play at least half the game and as I recall, after game 1 of origin, Cronk had a hell of a game against Panthers. This week at AAMI Park I am expecting to see the old Storm side that have been flawless in defense for most of this season. It is rumoured that the Tigers coach has dumped Josh Addo-Carr, which could well turn out to be a blessing in disguise for Storm fans as he has been great for the Tigers, with multiple line breaks and tries all to his name. Tigers play really well against Storm and earlier in the season they met at Leichardt oval where the Storm beat them by 1 point in a controversial match. This week Storm are at home, and although I don’t think this will end in a point decision, the bookies have set the line at 12.5 which is ridiculously big. Suliasi Vunivalu has been outstanding for the Storm and is currently the leading try scorer in the league though only playing half the season. Take Storm to win but not a blow out.

Key Points
• Ex Tiger Koroibete has seen the try line many times against his old club
• All players are set to return from Origin plus Blake Green and Cameron Munster from injury
• Last game this season, Storm won by 1 point though both teams have improved since

Safe – Storm win – $1.25 (crownbet)
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Game 2 of State of Origin was a brilliant game from both sides. The experience really started to show in the home side, not only in the final score, but also keeping composure when under pressure. Queensland have won another series yet again, which was much expected at Suncorp Stadium. Early in the match, the competition looked quite even with the scores 4-4 at the 30 minute mark which came from penalties. Dane Gagai picked up the first try of the match and went on to score 3 by the final siren. James Maloney played a crucial role for the Blues although he came up with 2 errors that may have been costly, he redeemed himself with an intercept near the QLD try line followed by massive run across the full length of the field and getting over the try line.

Tyrone Frizell had an outstanding debut with a lot of gained meters through hit ups and also seeing the try line. Hopefully his performance can solidify his position for Game 3. One of the strategies that Queensland implemented was to shut down Matt Moylan as he can become a deadly part of the oppositions attack once he finds momentum. Unfortunately NSW had the same game plan with Maroons fullback Darius Boyd, hence why Boyd had ran more than double the amount of meters in game 1 and was kept at bay in game 2. With that being said, Boyd came close to the try line once and got over it once but unfortunately the NSW defense was in full effect and he was unable to ground, which puts our exotic bet at a loss. Our Safe Bet Salutes as per usual and with the amount of experience and Thurstons outstanding kicking abilities, the line bet was a given, putting our Conclusion bet as a win. As we were expecting Queensland to dominate and NSW to put up a major fight in both halves we were able to predict that the margin would be between 1-8 in Queenslands favor in the first half then not to exceed 12 points in the second giving us our Bonus Bet at $5.50 odds. So far, Stated of Origin has generated some healthy profits and game 3 will no doubt, follow suit.

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The 2016 State of Origin series continues on Wednesday with Queensland taking a 1-0 lead into game 2 at Suncorp stadium.  We went 3/3 wins with our tips for game one and dropped our risk bet.  Click HERE to see our tips and prediction form Game 1, along with indicidual player reviews.

Queensland 1-12 @ 2.80 – WIN
Neither to score 30 points @ 1.25 – WIN
Under 34 points @ 2.10 – WIN
Risk bet – Darius Boyd to score a try @ 4.00 – loss

State of Origin Game 2 Queensland vs NSW June, 22, 8pm, Suncorp Stadium

Brisbane In the last State of Origin we witnessed Queensland overcome New South Wales at ANZ Stadium which was a much bigger obstacle than game 2 will be. Queenslands only change up will be Jacob Lillyman in for an injured Nate Myles, which some may agree is a poor choice since Lillyman hasn’t performed at a top tier level all season. Wade Graham was the replacement for the injured Boyd Cordner for the NSW squad though due to a dangerous tackle on Thurston in Cronullas match up against Cowboys last Monday night, they have replaced him with Tyson Frizell. Queensland are a different monster at Suncorp Stadium, so my prediction is that we will be seeing more tries. Corey Oates was quiet in the first Origin, although his consistency in scoring tries at this venue leads me to believe that he will cross the line on this occasion. Having said that, there is a rumour circulating regarding a virus that has affected some of the Origin camp which originated from Lillyman who has now been quarantined. It has been reported that Oates is one of the casualties on the receiving end of it. Darius Boyd had an incredible game last week and his recent form in the regular season has improved a lot. Boyd being in the top 2 Origin tryscorers ever and taking into consideration his experience and recent form, I would be well inclined to tip him to cross the line in game 2.

Key points
• Queensland have the top 2 all time origin tryscorers in their current team with Inglis on 17 and Boyd on 16
• The series to be decided on home soil by game 2 has saluted the last 8/10 times
• Last years decider resulted in Queensland winning by 46 points

Conclusion – QLD -4.5 – $1.90 (CROWNBET)
Safe – Team to Reach 20 Points – NSW – No – $1.40 (BET365)
Exotic – Darius Boyd to score a try and QLD win – $4.00 (SPORTSBET)
***Bonus Risk Bet*** HT/FT Winning Margin – QLD 1-8/QLD 1-12 – $5.50 (CROWNBET)


Recent State of Origin History

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2016 State of Origin Schedule

Each game will be televised live on Nine or you can watch it live if you have a BET365 account.

Game 1 – Sydney – ANZ Stadium
News South Wales 4-6 Queensland
8:15 PM
Wednesday, 1 June 2016
Referees: Gerard Sutton & Ben Cummins

Game 2 – Brisbane – Suncorp Stadium
8:15 PM
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Referees: Gerard Sutton & Ben Cummins

Game 3 – Sydney – ANZ Stadium
8:15 PM
Wednesday, 13 July 2016

2016 State of Origin Game 2 Squads


1. Darius Boyd, 2. Corey Oates, 3. Greg Inglis, 4. Justin O’Neill, 5. Dane Gagai, 6. Johnathan Thurston, 7. Cooper Cronk, 8. Matt Scott, 9. Cameron Smith (c), 10. Josh McGuire, 11. Matt Gillett, 12. Sam Thaiday, 13. Corey Parker

Interchange: 14. Michael Morgan, 15. Jacob Lillyman, 16. Aidan Guerra, 17. Josh Papalii, 18th man. Ethan Lowe

The Maroons have made one change for Game 2 with the injured Nate Myles replaced by Josh McGuire. Warriors forward Jacob Lillyman has been added to the interchange with Ethan Lowe the new 18th man.

New South Wales

1. Matt Moylan, 2. Blake Ferguson, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Dylan Walker, 5. Josh Mansour, 6. James Maloney, 7. Adam Reynolds, 8. Aaron Woods, 9. Robbie Farah, 10. James Tamou, 15. Greg Bird, 12. Josh Jackson, 13. Paul Gallen

Interchange: 14. Jack Bird, 18. Tyson Frizell, 16. David Klemmer, 17. Andrew Fifita

Wade Graham was originally selected to replace the injured Boyd Cordner but Graham has since been suspended. As a result Greg Bird has been moved into the starting lineup with Tyson Frizell added to the interchange. On Saturday Josh Morris was ruled out with injury so Dylan Walker gets the start with Jack Bird promoted to the bench and Bryce Cartwright the new 18th man.

Coach Laurie Daley will be feeling the heat this week. As reported by the SBS, the Blues under Daley have averaged just 10 points per game since 2014 with NSW greats Andrew Johns and Phil Gould critical of Daley’s attacking game plans. While Daley is contracted to the end of 2017, only Craig Bellamy has survived back-to-back series defeats as Blues coach.


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These write ups are getting a little repedative but there isnt much else to say when we have such consistant results.  Once again we had an amazing weekend last weekend keeping up our 86% win rate.  Our safe tips holding onto their 98% win rate and again just adding to our weekly profit margin.  We will recomend this weeks tips be placed with CROWNBET, this mainly being as they offer the best odds on AFL and as a bonus you can STREAM any AFL game LIVE from your MOBILE device for FREE.  If you dont have an account you can create one by clicking HERE and receive a BONUS $200.

North Melbourne v Hawthorn, Etihad Stadium – Friday 7:50pm

North are finding out what it takes to be real contenders and top of the ladder. They have lost all their hard contests with Sydney, Geelong last week and now tonight against the Hawks. With Swallow, Cunnington and Waite out, they will really struggle. The midfield of the Roos has been exploited over their loses, Dangerfield won the game off his own back last week pretty much and tonight I wouldn’t be surprised to see Mitchell or Lewis do the same. Hawthorn will want to make a stand on a big Friday night game and will do so with ease.

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Fremantle v Port Adelaide, Domain Stadium – Saturday 4:35pm

Best bet of the round I believe. There is way too much value on Port, Fremantle having 2 consecutive wins has got everyone thinking they are back. Yes they’re playing better but these wins have been against Essendon and Brisbane. Whilst Port have troubled really good sides and dismantled others in their past month smashing Melbourne and Collingwood. Over at Perth it makes the game a little tougher but I expect with the quickness that Port play at and their dynamic forward line, they should get this done pretty comfortably.

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Essendon v Greater Western Sydney, Etihad Stadium – Sunday 4:40pm

Essendon are poor and GWS are flying. That’s all that really needs to be said. Only concern is that the young kids will tapper off and just go through the motions in an easy game but I expect the experienced players and Cameron to push them to boost their percentage and get them pushing into the top 4. After the performance they dished up against the Swans, I can see them being their come the seasons end and fighting for the premiership.

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Gold Coast Titans v Manly Sea Eagles Monday, June 20, 7pm

Cbus Stadium Gold Coast are coming off a horrendous performance against Parramatta in Darwin which is somewhat justified, given the circumstances they played under i.e. the weather, playing their third consecutive away game and the travel time they had to commit to is a big ask from any team. This week Titans are losing Greg Bird for State of Origin and Manly are losing Dylan Walker to Origin, while Nate Myles is out due to injury. Manly have won the majority of clashes between these two sides, while Gold Coast have not reached 20+ points against them in 4 years time. Not to let that deter us, Manly aren’t the defensive team they used to be and their last shocker against Penrith at Brookvale oval is a testament to that. Take Gold Coast to bounce back from the loss and clean up in front of their home side.

Key Points
• In 4/5 of their last matches, Manly has conceded 30+ points
• Gold Coast have not lost from a half time lead all season and as of recent, they are the most dominant in the first half

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New Zealand Warriors v Sydney Roosters Sunday, June 19, 4pm

Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland Warriors are finding momentum, coming off 2 wins and are back at home for their clash with a depleted Roosters side. Roosters are coming off a woeful performance against Storm which left them scoreless in front of their home crowd at Allianz Stadium. As Warriors are averaging scoring above 20 points per match while also ranking as one of the worst defensive teams in the NRL, this gives us reason to believe that this game will be a high scoring affair. Shaun Johnson was surprisingly quiet in Warriors win last week, as he usually has a lot of involvement in the Warriors wins. This week we are expecting him to do just that. Warriors have a great record against the Roosters and the majority of the games have been high scoring, including their clash earlier in the year tallying 60 points. Warriors are looking to secure a top 8 spot and are finding form at the right time to do so. Manu Vatuvei will be out for injury and Jacob Lillyman is out for Origin duties. Blake Ferguson and Aiden Guerra are both out for Origin duties though Dylan Napa will return from suspension, while Shaun Kenny-Dowall and Isaac Liu return from injury.

Key Points
• The last 3 of 4 games between these sides have exceeded 45 points
• Both sides are ranked 14th and 15th in defence
• Warriors have won 19 games against Roosters while Roosters have won 16 against NZ

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St George Illawarra Dragons v Melbourne Storm Saturday, June 18, 7.30pm

Win Stadium St George played a decent first half against the Bulldogs on Monday though they still aren’t looking any better than a mid tier side. Storm on the other hand have set the bar for defence and consistency on the road, which will continue to show in this match as the Dragons are unchanged from their last loss against the Bulldogs and Melbourne are missing Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk for Origin duties. Although the Origin boys are a big loss, the defence from the Storms forwards alone should be enough to keep the Dragons to a low score. With Melbourne only conceding a total of 6 points in the last 3 games and no more than 18 points all season, we are prepared to take the total as an under or the Melbourne line with the greatest confidence. Dragons may be expecting Dugan back but that shouldn’t deter anyone. Storm have won the majority of games played between these two sides although Dragons have a slight edge on them at Win Stadium. Rain is expected all weekend around the Wollongong area, which only makes the under total hold more weight as the last 4 games held at this Stadium haven’t exceeded 36 points. Just on current form I would be inclined to take the away side.

Key Points
• Gareth Widdop and Kurt Mann are ex Storm players
• Storm are the best defensive team while Dragons are the second worst in attack
• Storm have a 24-8 all time advantage over the Dragons

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Port Adelaide v Western Bulldogs – 3/3

I was very confident on this game and proved that hitting 3/3. Doggies ended up winning in a great game by 3 points but to me looked like the side that had the polish and players to win the game and they did. Our other bet with Doggies winning 1-24 was a great bet with tremendous value!


Brisbane v Fremantle – 3/3

Another game which we dominated and cleaned up making a whole lot of profits! We won 3/3 with Fremantle taking Brisbane to the cleaners. They smashed the Lions after quarter time to win by 83 points. Mayne kicked 4.2 goals and already had 2 by half time which was the easiest money to make ever. Fremantle put in exactly the performance I expected, they showed signs of their old form from last year. Brisbane were no chance.


West Coast v Adelaide – 2/3

West Coast choked! They didn’t score in the final term whilst the Crows scored 41 points to win by 29. In the end we won 2/3 with our safe bet never looking in doubt and coming into the last quarter our best bet looked certain but the Eagles didn’t show up meaning our other bet got the win anyway. Overall, not too bad hitting 2/3.


St Kilda v Carlton – 1/3

Carlton had all the form and data to get a solid win, but didn’t come out to play at all. Our safe bet won and the other two never really had a chance with the Saints being on their game and the Blues sucking it up. Not much else to say but was the only game which troubled us this weekend hitting 1/3.

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