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Canterbury Bulldogs vs St George-Illawara Dragons Friday, July 29, 8pm, ANZ Stadium

Forget last week. Bulldogs are coming off a shocking 36-0 loss to North Queensland last week in which they were unable to complete a lot of their sets. Combine that with the amount of errors and penalties, they certainly paid the cost. It is very rare for Bulldogs to lose 2 in a row and we fancy them bounce back and win by a decent margin against the Dragons. St George sit 11th on the ladder with the only hopes of making the top 8 coming from wins in every match from here on including matches against Broncos, Sharks and Roosters plus the need for certain variables to work in their favour. Milestone games such as last weeks match which marked Benji Marshalls 250th game should have been enough motivation for the Dragons to click into gear, though they struggled to stay within 2 converted tries of the Tigers. As the ladder suggests, Bulldogs are a tougher team than Tigers and are capable of beating them by a larger margin in front of their home crowd. Bulldogs have only lost 2 consecutive games once this season which came from 2 top 4 sides Leeson Ah Mau has been suspended, taking away from Dragon defense Bulldogs have the top 4 in sights while Dragons are unlikely to make the 8.

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North Queensland Cowboys vs Melbourne Storm Saturday, July 30, 7:30pm, 1300 Smiles Stadium

Cowboys put on an incredible performance last week against Bulldogs which may have been one the performances of the season, keeping a top 4 side scoreless as they went on to dominate and remain undefeated at home. However, Johnathan Thurston came off the field with a hamstring injury which will see him miss this weeks clash against the Storm. Ray Thompson has been set to play in the halves in place of him along side Michael Morgan which he has proven himself capable in that position over the origin period. The last time these teams clashed resulted in a 1 point win in the favour of Melbourne. Storm have an impressive 8-2 record away from home and have also won the last 11/12 matches whereas Cowboys will be looking to extend their home wins streak of 9 without their superstar halfback. Both teams are top 4 defensively which implies that this may be a low scoring encounter and judging by the last match which resulted in the final scores being 15-14 we are gearing up to see another close and low scoring blockbuster. Last game decided by 1 point Cowboys are undefeated at home Johnathan Thurston is injured.

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South Sydney Rabbitohs v Canberra Raiders Sunday, July 3, 2pm, ANZ Stadium

Rabbitohs looked like they were gaining momentum towards the tail end of their last match on Monday night against Manly, needless to say that Canberra are a much more talented side than both Manly and Rabbitohs put together and their position in the top 4 reflects that. This week we will see the Raiders defend their top 4 position against the inconsistent bunnies who have already lost all hope in solidifying a top 8 spot. Thankfully, Joe Burgess has been dropped from the Rabbitohs line up as he may have been a major factor in the Rabbitohs last loss with numerous errors, which resulted in tries for the home side. Canberra are coming off a 4 point win in extra time over the Warriors in an absolute thriller while Rabbitohs took over half their last match to put their first points on the board. Raiders line up is looking solid as a whole and some may argue that they are the dark horse to win the whole competition. It has been reported that both teams have a 50% win rate against each other though the in form team right now is the Raiders Raiders have not played at ANZ Stadium yet this season Rabbitohs have no chance to make the finals therefore have nothing to play for Raiders have the third best attack in the NRL while Rabbitohs have the fourth worst defense.

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Sydney Roosters vs Brisbane Broncos Thursday, July 28, 8pm, Allianz Stadium

Broncos have been unimpressive as of late. Many punters were fooled into thinking Broncos had found form again posting 30 points on a struggling Rabbitohs side in round 19. Roosters have been in impressive form though making some costly errors against the Storm last week. Some controversial calls may have been made by the referees last week which should have seen the score line between them a bit closer. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves will be absent which is a big loss although they have enough cover coming off the bench to compensate. Sam Thaiday and Josh McGuire will be out for the Broncos and Matt Gillett is named to play though reports have stated that he is still in doubt. Brisbane have struggle away from home all season and considering their recent form that they are in though the importance of winning game from here on in before the finals, we are tipping Roosters to get the job done at Allianz by a small margin. Roosters trialled Latrell Mitchell on the wing last week which most would agree he was under utilised being out of position, he is named on the wing again for this week which may be a disadvantage to them. Both teams have the ability to attack though the error counts have been large.
• Roosters have not won a game since round 13
• Broncos have only won 3 away games this season
• Broncos have only won 2 matches since round 10

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Melbourne Storm v Sydney Roosters Saturday, July 23, 7.30pm, AAMI

Park Last time these teams met, Storm really put the Roosters to the sword 42-0. Roosters are a different outfit now with Mitchell Pearce uplifting the team with his presence and playmaking abilities. Storm had almost a full strength squad last week and were pushed by the Knights at Hunter Stadium. Not to let that deter anybody, Knights played the game of their season while Storm had 2 players backing up from origin and another 2 players which were late inclusions trying to find their groove again coming off injury. Roosters may have had a lot of bad calls made against them last week and some may argue they were robbed of the victory. We’re expecting Roosters to play to the best of their capabilities to try and avoid another embarrassment and hopefully keep it close. The line is set at 11.5 though the Storm can be backed with confidence at home so better value would be found on a Storm margin.

Key Points
• Storm have not conceded more than 20 points season
• Roosters have only scored 20+ points 3 times this season
• Storm have won the last 9/14 encounters with Roosters

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Gold Coast Titans v Parramatta Eels Saturday, July 23, 5.30pm, CBus Stadium

The bookies have given us a very generous line with the Titans once again. Parramatta have been impressive considering the amount of key players they are missing and they continue to play their hearts out every week. Needless to say, the loss they took to Penrith after Jennings injured his hamstring may have put the nail in the coffin for their finals hopes. Gold Coast have proved themselves worthy of the top 8 and are seeking revenge on Parramatta for their loss in Darwin which was carried on the back of Corey Norman, who has been stood down for the remainder of the season. Gutherson played amazing in the halves last week, though Penrith were very mediocre and were lucky to pull off a win in the end scoring 3 unanswered tries in the second half. Titans are missing Greg Bird due to suspension which is a big loss although he can easily be covered and Eels are regaining Brad Takairangi in place of Michael Jennings. Eels have too much drama and injuries surrounding them, so Gold Coast at home, who have been playing well should be the most logical bet.

Key Points
• Parramatta have only lost 2 in a row on one other occasion this season
• The last 8/10 matches between these sides have totaled 40+

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Brisbane Broncos v Penrith Panthers Friday, July 22, 8pm, Suncorp Stadium

Broncos need to find form to try climb back into the top 4 and beating a very mediocre Panthers side at Suncorp isn’t too big of an ask to do so. With Corey Parker suspended last week, Brisbane looked dangerous and even in their 20 point victory over Rabbitohs they looked as if they could have dealt them a bigger beating. Penrith concede tries early on in the match and play better in the second half according to this seasons history. Penrith need to keep their sites on a top 8 spot and the line set at 10.5 points looks too dangerous to touch, considering the recent form of both sides. Anthony Griffins ability to coach is questionable as Penrith have the star power to win games although his actions may be the death of them. Matt Gillett is still ruled out with a shoulder injury as is Jordan Kahu. These 2 sides have a history of playing close games including the 1 point decider at Pepper Stadium earlier this season where young gun Te Maire Martin kicked the field goal on his debut match. We believe that this game will be close but as we are confident that Broncos will be too strong at home, a Broncos margin would be a more appropriate bet than the Panthers line. Penrith have a great record against the Broncos though they are playing very average though we will give them the benefit of the doubt considering the history and their need to make the top 8 • The last 3 games have been decided by 3 or less • Penrith have won the last 5/8 games between these 2 sides.

Key Points
• Anthony Griffin is a former Broncos mentor

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Titans v Dragons – After backing the Titans on numerous occasions, it is clear to see why. How Titans came into this game as underdogs is quite baffling as even with their key players, Josh Dugan and Benji Marshall, the Titans would have still been my pick of the round. Dragons put up a lot less of a fight as I expected, especially being in front of their home crowd at Kogorah. Nene McDonald picked up an incredible 263 meters and 2 tries, one which came from an intercept from the Dragons 10 meter mark in which he ran the length of the field with tremendous athleticism to cross the try line. Ex Storm player Kurt Mann crossed the line for both Dragons 2 and only tries. Ex Warrior Konrad Hurrell showed great potential in his performance in the starting lineup for the Titans picking up a linebreak, a try assist and gained 174 meters plus his confidence showed in his decision making and ability to keep errors to a minimum unlike his last showing against Parramatta. The inconsistent Dragons could have benefited greatly from a win at home to secure a top 8 spot, though the weeks ahead of them don’t look bright or the remainder of the season. A great start to the week as Titans were an absolute moral, picking up our usual Safe bet and our Conclusion bet. The predicted scores were 24 to 16 in favour of the Titans which is the reasoning behind the Exotic bet of Titans to reach 20 points. The predicted scores may have been a bit out although the Exotic bet certainly wasn’t. Dragons score first in the majority of games although their scoring trends have broken the cycle over the past couple of matches which saw us take a loss on the roughie, but 3/4 bets is more than enough to compensate.

Storm v Knights – Melbourne vs Newcastle was an interesting matchup and I’ll have to give credit where credit is due, Knights played great rugby with Jake Mamo leading the way. Sione Matautia nearly crossed the line on 2 occasions though both attempts were stopped short by Storms defence. Nathan Ross played great as usual though it was Mamo who led the way with his 2 tries and ability to catch the high ball under pressure and picking up 150 meters. Storm surprisingly played their full squad with Chambers making his return though having a quiet day and Munster at Fullback who always makes a big difference in the impact of the game. Marika Koroibete showed a great display in strength with one of his 2 tries, charging for the line down the wing to be stopped by 3 Knights, then pushing them over the line with the momentum he had gained to put it down in the corner next to the touch line. Without Knights origin star Dane Gagai, the team surprisingly put up a massive fight, though it just wasn’t enough to overcome the Away side. Our Safe Bet salutes once again. Having seen the Knights play over the recent weeks and their last encounter with Storm, we were convinced that this match was going to be closer than the many punters would have thought and the massive line the bookies were offering, definitely looked appealing to us, hence our Conclusion bet. With Koroibetes 2 tries, our Exotic bet well and truly salutes though our roughie didn’t. Another 3/4 for this match.

Panthers v Eels – Penrith looked very ordinary in the first half against Parramatta with debutant Faraimo crossing the line within the first 2 minutes of the match. Bevan French looked in great form picking up 2 tries for the match, which has been a regular occurrence for him since he was recruited to the Eels. Eels dominated the first half though it was when Jennings left the field with a hamstring injury that the Panthers began to capitalise and scored 3 unanswered tries in the second half. Clint Gutherson deserves a round of applause for his efforts in the halves, not having played the position before though on his first game in that position, having a hand in 3 of the tries and also scoring one for himself. Michael Gordon missing most of the conversions could have been the savior for the Panthers who won by 4 points by the final siren which benefits us as we had Penrith to win by a small margin. Bevan French scoring a double puts us at 3/4 for this game also.

Roosters v Sharks – Roosters came out firing to keep it close as we expected. There were multiple errors that factored into an unexpected into a high scoring Monday night game. Blake Ferguson was sin binned early on in the match, giving the Sharks great advantage although they may not have capitalised on that as well as would have liked to. Sharks have now won 14 games in a row although a handful of those games have been too close for comfort. The fact that the bookies had Sharks as $1.57 favourites towards kick off is just ludicrous as Roosters were always going to keep it close, though the class of the Sharks were never going to lose against a struggling Roosters side. Latrell Mitchell was disallowed a try in the second half due to an obstruction which would have seen our Exotic bet salute though it would have made it try number 4 for the Roosters, leaving our roughie bet as a loss. Sharks winning by a small Margin sees our Safe and Conclusion bet at a win leaving us with 2/4.

That’s a total of 11/16 for the round, which makes this another very profitable weekend overall and puts us in a great position for round 20.

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St George Illawarra Dragons v Gold Coast Titans Friday, July 15, 8pm, UOW Jubilee Oval

Both teams are coming off a bye and a loss in round 17 though Dragons are missing Dugan due to an injury in Origin and Tyson Frizell has also not been named to play in the lineup on Friday. Greg Bird has been named although if he is a late exclusion from the side Titans will be able to cover. Titans welcome back Ashley Taylor, Konrad Hurrell and David Mead. Round 17s loss to Warriors should not deter you from punting on the Titans in this round as Gold Coast played an already depleted side and added more members to the casualty ward throughout that game. Dragons have won the majority of the games against Gold Coast in general though Gold Coast have beaten Dragons 2/3 times at Jubilee Oval. The bookies seem to be very generous with this Gold Coast side week in week out forgetting that they travel very well. Titans are knocking on the door of the top 8 and will be looking to capitalise on this one.

Key Points
• Titans have beaten the Dragons at their home in the majority of the clashes
• Titans need to make the top 8
• Dragons origin players aren’t backing up. Titans are expecting key players back from injury

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Newcastle Knights v Melbourne Storm Sunday, July 17, 2pm, Hunter Stadium

Arguably the best side in the competition vs arguably the worst side in the competition are facing off in this round which may be a somewhat interesting matchup. Earlier on in the season Newcastle stayed well within a shorter line that the bookie was offering while Newcastle were a much worse team. Newcastle coming off the bye after nearly pulling off a shocking upset against Canberra will be out for blood in front of their home crown at Hunter Stadium. Having said that, we are expecting Newcastle to give it their all but there is just not enough talent to take down an in form Storm side. Munster is said to be out and Craig Bellamy has implied that he may rest Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk. Resting the origin players would be a very wise move considering the run home to the finals includes games against Brisbane, Cronulla and North Queensland which will require a lot of focus. There is a chance of rain in Newcastle on Sunday though it is expected to clear up by game time. If the origin stars are rested and Tohu Harris is taking on the kicking duties again, expect a lot of tries and minimal conversions from Storm.

Key Points
• Last time they met in round 5 the final scores were 18-14 at AAMI Stadium
• Storm are second on the ladder, Newcastle are last
• Storm may rest their origin players and Munster is still out with an injury

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Penrith Panthers v Parramatta Eels Sunday, July 17, 4pm, Pepper Stadium

Penrith have been playing very terrible football as of recent though they are capable of much more. The loss of Moylan, Mansour and Peachey last week really didn’t do them any favours against a depleted Cronulla side at Pepper Stadium. This week gets even worse for the drama ridden Eels as Corey Norman has pleaded guilty to some drug charges that resulted in him being dropped from the squad until further notice. Penrith had beaten a stronger Parramatta side earlier in the season and with the absences in the Eels side now, Penrith should be backed with confidence. Having said that, the line has pushed out to 10.5 and due to the fact that Penrith have not beaten anybody by over 12 points all season, the better odds can only be found in the margins. Moylan, Mansour and Peachey will all be returning to Penrith for this clash. Jennings will back up from Origin and will start on the wing in place for Semi Radradra who is out for 6 weeks due to a leg injury.

Key Points
• Penrith still have a hope of making the top 8, Parramatta are hanging on by a thin thread
• Penrith beat a better Parramatta side earlier this year at Pirtek
• Parramatta have won the last 2 games in Penrith

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Sydney Roosters v Cronulla Sharks Monday, July 18, 7pm, Allianz Stadium

Roosters played a hell of a game last week against Parramatta before crumbling under pressure towards the tail end of the match and as we have seen, Cronullas players tend to be a bit sluggish after origin and especially being a Monday game, we are expecting this one to finish closer than some may expect. Cronulla are coming off 13 consecutive wins and are not looking to slow down. Mitchell Pearces presence has boosted the morale in the Roosters, as we have seen in their recent games playing remarkable rugby. With the exception of their last matchup against Penrith, Cronulla have been winning games within margins of 2 converted tries since round 10 which we’re tipping to follow suit. James Maloney will face off against his former side for the first time at Allianz Stadium which he is very familiar with. Sharks can be bet on with confidence though Monday nights tend to be lower scoring games so a small margin should suffice.

Key Points
• James Maloney is an ex Rooster
• Sharks are coming off 13 consecutive wins
• Roosters last 3 games have been decided by 4 points or less

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Game 3 of State of Origin.
Game 1 – 3/3 – VIEW GAME 1 REVIEW HERE
Game 2 – 4/5 – VIEW GAME 2 REVIEW HERE
Game 3 – 3/4
TOTAL – 10/12

What an interesting closer to the origin series, with both sides conceding their fair share of penalties and an unusually high number of errors. In the first half a controversial call from the referees on a professional foul sent Cooper Cronk to the sin bin for 10 minutes for holding Wade Graham when he was attempting to play the ball which would have seen NSW extend their lead. Queensland were on the back foot from there on as they continued to concede a numerous amount of penalties as NSW dominated possession of the ball for the remainder of the first half. Queensland showed why their defence was the considered the best in the competition as they defended their goal line with a man down and prevented the attackers from scoring in what should have been an easier affair. Within the opening minutes of the second half, another controversial moment in Andrew Fifitas try arose when the ball was spilled from the Queensland side on an attempt to catch the bomb, then from a Maloney soccer kick an off side Michael Jennings joins in the chase although they say he made no impact on the play and the try was awarded. Gavin Cooper made his mark as an origin debutant when he powered his way over the line and scored over the top of Moylan, then celebrating his try by dropping the ball on Moylans head. Andrew Fifita felt the need to defend his team mate and took Gavin Cooper in a chokehold which led to him being sin binned for 10 minutes. Queensland scored a late try in the game which felt like a dream crusher for anyone following NSW until Moylan assisted a line break from Blake Ferguson who then found Tedesco who ran the whole field and then was stopped 2 meters from the line. The perfect clutch moment saw a massive pass to Jennings who side stepped 3 players and barged his way over the top of another to see the try line to seal the deal. As for our tips, our Safe bet salutes once again. Our Conclusion bet does also and the reasoning behind our roughie was that both games 1 and 2 started with a Queensland penalty which we were expecting was a possibility in this game although we liked NSW to win. There was no opening penalty, though we still got the result in the end giving us 2/3 plus our roughie which makes State of Origin 2016 a very profitable one.

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Under 34 points @ $2.10 – WIN
Neither to Score 30 Points @ $1.25 – WIN
Queensland 1-12 @ $2.80 – WIN
Darius Boyde to score a try @ $4.00 – loss

Queensland -5.5 @ $1.90 – WIN
Queensland @ $1.50 – WIN
Quensland 1-8/Queensland 1-12 @ $5.50 – WIN
Darius Boyd @ $3.00 – loss

NSW 1-12 @ $2.95 – WIN
Either team under 12.5 @ $1.44 – WIN
Cameron Smith Tackles over 46.5 @ $1.88 – loss
QLD to Score First and Lose @ $5.00 – WIN


STATE OF ORIGIN has always been when our NRL tips really come though with the goods. Last year we went a total of 8/9 for the series and so far this year GAME 1 was 3/3 and GAME 2 4/5.  You can see the GAME 1 review HERE and the GAME 2 review HERE.

State of Origin Game 3 – ANZ Stadium, 14 JULY 08:15pm

Game 3 is already among us and NSW have done some construction on their line up with Matt Moylan coming off the bench and expected to move into the halves to sub with Jack Bird for an injured Adam Reynolds while James Tedesco takes the position of fullback. Wade Graham also has his debut game, although his familiarity with players such as James Maloney, Andrew Fifita, Jack Bird and Paul Gallen can only work in the Blues favour. As we saw in game one Josh Morris was disallowed a try that arguably should have been awarded which would have given the Blues the upper hand going into game 2. Maroons have already won the series so we’re tipping that their hunger to sweep the Blues couldn’t exceed the Blues hunger to avoid embarrassment, especially at ANZ Stadium where the last game there was decided by 2 points with a weaker line up. The fact that the series has already been won makes me believe that New South Wales are capable of winning a meaningless game 3 and the players should be more inclined to throw the ball around a lot more, meaning that we are expecting to see more tries than the previous games.

• With the series already won, Game 3 at ANZ favors the Blues
• The majority of third games when the series has been won already generally total 40+ points
• Blues stayed within 2 points at ANZ last time with a weaker side.
• Maroons side in game 1 was stronger than the side that will take the field in game 3.

Conclusion – NSW 1-12 – $2.95 (Sportsbet)
Safer – Each way under 12.5 – $1.44 (Crownbet)
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***Roughie*** – To Score first and fail to win – Queensland – $5.00 (Sportsbet) – Side note…. If Queensland get a penalty they will take the 2 points. Scoring in Game 1 and 2 both opened with a Queensland penalty


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
Queensland 26-16 News South Wales
8:15 PM
Wednesday, 22 June 2016
Referees: Gerard Sutton & Ben Cummins

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


Queensland took out the 2015 State of Origin series with a dominating 52-6 victory in Game 3.

Here’s how the season played out:

2015 Game 3: 52,500 people were in Suncorp Stadium to witness a complete domination from the Maroons. The biggest winning margin in Queensland history in front of the ravenous home fans.

2015 Game 2: A record 91,514 packed the MCG in Melbourne. NSW won the match 26-18 thanks to a heroic performance from Michael Jennings. NSW have forced the decider, which will be played in Brisbane.

2015 Game 1: Queensland have won the first match of the State of Origin series 11-10, at ANZ Stadium in Sydney. It sets up an intriguing battle for the rest of the series, with NSW needing to win the the second game in Melbourne to force a decider in Brisbane.

2016 State of Origin Game 3 Squads

New South Wales

1. James Tedesco, 2. Blake Ferguson, 3. Michael Jennings, 4. Josh Dugan, 5. Josh Mansour, 6. Jack Bird, 7. James Maloney, 8. Aaron Woods, 9. Robbie Farah, 10. Paul Gallen (c), 11. Wade Graham, 12. Josh Jackson, 13. Tyson Frizell.

Interchange: 14. Matt Moylan, 15. James Tamou, 16. David Klemmer, 17. Andrew Fifita

The Blues have made a raft of changes for Game 3. James Tedesco has been given the nod at fullback at the expense of Matt Moylan while Wade Graham gets his first start after being suspended during Game 2. Adam Reynolds was originally selected to play at halfback but had to withdraw due to injury. James Maloney has shifted from five-eighth to halfback with Jack Bird promoted from the bench to five-eighth and Matt Moylan recalled into the squad to join the bench. Josh Dugan returns from injury to make his first appearance of the series at the expense of Dylan Walker.


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. Nate Myles, 15. Jacob Lillyman, 16. Aidan Guerra, 17. Gavin Cooper

The Maroons have named an unchanged starting line-up for Game 3. Nate Myles has been added to the bench after missing Game 2 with injury, with the injured Michael Morgan dropping out of the side. To complete an all forwards bench, Gavin Cooper is poised to make his debut after being added at the expense of Josh Papalii.


Bookmaker Odds Comparison

Head-to-head Betting

At the time of writing the best head-to-head odds for New South Wales are are 1.95 with a range of bookmakers, while Unibet are currently a standout, offering 2.07 odds on Queensland, compared to 1.92-1.98 with most other bookmakers.

NSW @ 1.95 (Bet365)

Over/Under Betting

Bookmakers have set over/under marks between 36.5 (bet365, Crownbet, William Hill) and 37.5 (Sportsbet, Unibet, Luxbet).

The last three Game 3 fixtures in Sydney ended with total scores of 26 (2008), 41 (2010) and 22 (2013). The average total score for Game 3 fixtures in Sydney is 35 since 2002 and 29.7 since 2008.

Under 37.5 (Luxbet)

Winning Margin Betting

At the time of writing the best available margin odds were:
NSW By 1-12 – 2.90 (William Hill)
QLD By 1-12 – 3.10 (bet365)
NSW By 13+ – 5.50 (Centerbet)
QLD By 13+ – 3.75 (Unibet)
Draw 17.0 – 21.0 (bet365)

You have to go back to 2004 for the last time either team won by more than 10 points in Sydney, while only one of Queensland’s last eight wins in Sydney have been by more than 6 points.

NSW 1-12 at 2.90 (William Hill)
QLD 1-6 at 5.50 (William Hill)

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Corey Oates @ 10.00 (Crownbet)
Josh Mansour @ 10.00 (Crownbet)

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This week has been an absolute shocker to say the least. Byes for Origin week seems to be one of the weeks to expect the unexpected. Roosters started hard against Parramatta with young gun Latrell Mitchell opening up the scoring early on in the match though Michael Gordon answered back for the Eels shortly after. Semi Radradra left with a leg injury early in the game giving Roosters a massive opportunity which unfortunately they could not capitalise on. Mitchell went on to score a double for the match although Manu Ma’u, front rower for the Eels managed to score an unlikely double for himself within a 7 minute period. With the scores tied it was clear to see that Parramatta were playing like they wanted it more which in the end resulted in a 75th minute try from Clint Gutherson to seal the deal. An interesting game though far from beneficial for the punters as we went 1/3 only hitting our usual Safe Bet.

Sharks vs Penrith was surprising as the Sharks downed Penrith with ease while missing a big percentage of their star players for Origin. Dropping Tyrone Peachey to play NSW cup is just one of many questionable things Anthony Griffin has done for his team as this jeopardizes his side making the finals. Zak Hardaker played his heart out but he still needs find his fit and gel with the team a bit better. Ben Barba was in some of the best form I had ever seen him, scoring the first 2 tries of the match though Valentine Holmes took on the kicking duties and after kicking 0/4 Chad Townsend took the kicking duties upon himself. If Penrith can’t beat a team at home with nearly half their team missing for Origin, it will be very hard to back them for the rest of the season. This game only our usual Safe Bet salutes again while unfortunately nothing else had gone our way due to a shocking unexpected upset.

Raiders played well against the Cowboys although the inexperienced Cowboys side showed a lot of heart in their performance. For the first half the game was reasonably close as Cowboys attack was looking lethal though Canberra had pulled through towards the tail end of the match with Jack Wighton picking up a double for the Raiders and debutants Hess and Chudleigh being the only try scorers for the Cowboys. Croker looked like he didn’t have as much input with this game as Kurt Baptiste and Jack Wighton seemed to be the unlikely standouts. Iosia Soliola got close to the try line and had a few attempts at charging through the pack though the goal line defense from the Cowboys was outstanding considering the amount of defensive key players that were out for origin. Joey Leilua had definitely seen better games in recent times as he usually plays a key role in the attack though he struggled to pick up 65 meters in this encounter. With the Safe Bet coming through and our Conclusion bet getting up also, that leaves us with 2/3 and no Roughies to finish off the round. Nowhere near our best week though State of Origin will hopefully compensate.


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Parramatta Eels v Sydney Roosters Friday, July 8, 8pm, Pirtek Stadium

Roosters put in a very gutsy performance against the top tier Bulldogs last week with Mitchell Pearces presence making a big difference in the side. Eels were able to compete against the Sharks for the first half although once Sharks started firing, there was no contest. This week Michael Jennings will be out for origin duties and Brad Taikarangi coming back from injury as well as Jeff Robson coming into the side and playing in the halves. Tim Mannah is also due to return from injury. Blake Ferguson and Aiden Guerra are both out for the Roosters for origin duties with Ryan Matterson and Joseph Manu starting. Boyd Cordner is also rumoured to return. There is expected rain in Sydney on Friday night which should see this game a close one with a lot of errors. Having said that, the last time Roosters played under wet conditions was against the Tigers where they played an absolute burner with minimal errors and piled on a lot of points which is what we are expecting to happen here. The last time these sides played in round 2 was a low scoring close game which Eels won by 3 points. This week we are taking Roosters to get their revenge.

Key Points
• Roosters have proved they play exceptionally well in the wet, according to Round 13 performance
• Parramatta have lost 4/6 games at home this season
• Roosters have only won 1 game on the road

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Safe – Roosters +13.5 – $1.25 (BET365)
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Penrith Panthers v Cronulla Sharks Sunday, July 10, 4pm, Pepper Stadium

Penrith played decent in their showing against Tigers last week and should hopefully be coming out with a point to prove this week. Matt Moylan has lost his fullback position in the Blues squad to make way for James Tedesco although he will be filling a position in the halves as Adam Reynolds is injured. Sharks are without Gallen, Bird, Fifita, Maloney and Graham due to Origin. Even with the amount of absent players from the Sharks side, Penrith haven’t been beating teams by big margins all season which tells me that Penrith will win this in a close one. It should be in the Panthers best interest to perform well in this game to not only avoid embarrassment, but to keep their top 8 hopes alive. With new recruit from England Zak Hardaker nearly seeing the try line last week, we are tipping him to score his first try in the NRL this week.

Key Point
• Penrith need to win to make the top 8
• Zak Hardaker has had a bit more time to gel with the squad which compensates for the loss of Moylan at full back
• Expect high scores as most Cronullas origin stars take away from their defensive factor

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Safe – Alternative total over 30 – $1.20 (BET365)
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Canberra Raiders v North Queensland Cowboys Monday, July 11, 7pm, GIO Stadium

Forget last week where Raiders struggled to beat Newcastle. Raiders are only missing Josh Papaali to Origin while North Queensland are missing 5 of their best players plus Michael Morgan still out for injury. This ruthless Raiders side are in form and one of the better attacking teams in the competition and without the presence of Tamou, Cooper or Scott, we expect to see the Cowboys leak a lot of points. Although Ray Thompson and Rory Kostjasyn may be good at what they do, the loss of Thurston and Morgan in the spine will play a big factor in this game. Canberras absentees are a big loss though they are easier to compensate for. Plus with Soliola making his return, this game is looking like the bet of the round. The last 7 matches between these 2 sides have totaled over 40 points and we are expecting this game to follow suit. No key points needed as we are pretty sure that Canberra will win based on key players out.

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We had a few ups and downs this month but stuck to our guns and still made profit every week.  In total we made well over $6,719 off $100 wagers (This does not include all profits made form June 1 – June 5).

multisports monthly review june

Week Ending 03 July 2016 – Profit $2,743

Athletics/Giants Over 7.5 @ 1.84 – WIN
Rangers/Yankees Over 7.5 @ 1.80 – WIN
Rangers @ 1.84 – WIN
Orioles/Padres Over 8.5 @ 1.88 – WIN
Red Sox/Rays Over 7.5 @ 1.88 -WIN
Minnesota Twins @ 1.95 – loss
Giants/Athletics @ 1.47 – WIN
Chicago White Sox @ 1.58 – WIN
Washington Nationals @ 1.49 – WIN
Chicago Cubs @ 1.68 – loss
Texas Rangers @ 1.81 – WIN
Orioles/Mariners Over 7.5 @ 1.72 – loss

Cronulla Sharks v Parramatta Eels
Cronulla Sharks @ 1.30 – WIN
Cronulla Sharks 1-12 @ 3.15 – WIN
Bevan French to Score a Try and Sharks win @ 3.40 – WIN
Cronulla Sharks Exactly 4.0 @ 4.50 – loss

New Zealand Warriors v Gold Coast Titans
New Zealand Warriors 1-6 @ 6.50 – loss
Either Team Under 12.5 Points @ 1.93 – WIN
Gold Coast Titans 22.0 @ 1.28 – WIN
Titans +11.5 & over 43.5 @ 3.50 – WIN

Wests Tigers v Penrith Panthers
75:00 Minutes or Later @ 1.95 – WIN
Wests Tigers 15.5 @ 1.25 – WIN
Luke Brooks to score a try & Tigers to win @ 9.00 – loss
Wests Tigers +3.5 @ 1.92 – WIN

Sydney Roosters v Canterbury Bulldogs
Bulldogs @ 1.55 – WIN
Canterbury Bulldogs by 1-12 @ 3.10 – WIN
Under 50.5 @ 1.20 – WIN
Sydney Roosters Exactly 3.0 @ 4.00 – WIN
Brett Morris to score a try and Bulldogs win @ 2.75 – WIN

Canberra Raiders v Newcastle Knights
Jarrod Croker to score a try and Raiders win @ 2.00

Brandon Ellis @ 1.88 – WIN
Sydney Swans 1-39 @ 2.10 – loss
Carlton @ 2.45 – loss
Adelaide Crows HT/FT @ 1.50 – loss
Richmond +20.5 @ 1.93 – loss
Sydney – Sydney @ 1.83 – loss

The Dynamo (Plc) @ 2.10 – WIN
Alcohol (Plc) @ 1.60 – loss
Alcohol @ 4.20 – loss
Jerilderie Letter (Plc) @ 4.20 – loss
Butterboom @ 13.00 – loss
Point @ 4.20 – loss
Dainty Tess (Plc) @ 1.11 – WIN
Dainty Tess @ 2.48 – WIN
Butterboom (Plc) @ 3.09 – WIN

Portugal to qualify @ $1.57 – WIN
Belgium to qualify @ $1.33 – loss

12 Leg Tennis Multi @ 7.92 – WIN

Berdych, Tomas @ 1.10 – WIN
Tomic, Bernard @ 1.45 – WIN
Isner, John @ 1.46 – WIN
MULTI @ 2.31 – WIN

David Ferrer @ 1.67 – loss
Karolina Pliskova @ 1.30 – loss
Gilles Muller @ 1.53 – loss
Pierre-Hugues Herbert @ 1.29 – WIN
Sam Querrey @ 1.22 – WIN
MULTI @ 5.23 – loss

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga @ 1.14 – WIN
Kei Nishikori @ 1.17 – WIN
David Goffin @ 1.20 – WIN
Nick Kyrgios 3-0 @ 1.57 – loss
MULTI @ 2.51 – loss

Ivo Karlovic @ 1.36 – WIN
Ruben Bemelmans @ 2.00 – loss
David Ferrer @ 1.20 – WIN
Grigor Dimitrov @ 1.29 – WIN
Gilles Simon @ 1.22 – WIN
Karolina Pliskova @ 1.25 – WIN

Bernard Tomic @ 1.44 – WIN
Dominic Thiem @ 1.36 – WIN
Matthew Barton @ 1.12 – WIN
Juan Martin Del Potro @ 1.12 – WIN
Daria Gavrilova @ 1.29 – WIN
MULTI @ 2.71 – WIN

Nick Kyrgios @ 1.25 – WIN
Stan Wawrinka @ 1.07 – WIN
Tomas Berdych @ 1.11 – WIN
Richard Gasquet @ 1.10 – WIN
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga @ 1.07 – WIN
MULTI @ 1.75 – WIN


WEEK ENDING 27 June 2016 – Profit $920

Cleveland Cavaliers @ $2.62 – WIN
Cleveland Cavaliers (+5) @ $1.95 – WIN

Argentina @ $1.46 – WIN
Germany @ $1.32 – WIN
Poland – Draw @ $1.18 – WIN
Spain – Draw @ $1.20 – loss
MULTI @ $2.72 – loss
Wales @ $1.50 – WIN
Croatia @ $1.77 – loss

Cleveland Indians @ $1.75 – WIN
Rays/Indians Under 9.5 Runs (+9.5) @ $1.57 – loss
Chicago Cubs @ $1.59 – loss
Boston Red Sox @ $1.48 – loss
San Francisco Giants @ $1.46 – loss
Pittsburgh Pirates @ $1.88 – loss
Pittsburgh Pirates (+1.5) @ $1.51 – loss
ampa Bay Rays @ $2.26 – loss
Tampa Bay Rays and Under 10.5 (+10.5) @ $3.30 – loss
Chicago Cubs (-1.5) @ $1.93 – loss
Chicago Cubs and Over 9.5 (+9.5) @ $3.60 – loss
Blue Jays/White Sox Tie +2 (+2) @ $7.40 – WIN
Toronto Blue Jays and Under 11.5 (+11.5) @ $2.54 – loss

Norbert Gombos @ $1.44 – loss
Mathias Bourgue @ $1.36 – WIN
Tobias Kamke @ $1.14 – WIN
Quentin Halys @ $1.11 – WIN
Edouard Roger-Vasselin @ $1.12 – WIN
Karen Khachanov @ $1.12 – WIN
MULTI @ 19.68 – MONEY BACK (missed by 1 leg)

Marius Copil @ $1.12 – WIN
Nikoloz Basilashvili @ $1.17 – WIN
Konstantin Kravchuk @ $1.62 – loss
Karen Khachanov @ $1.14 – WIN
MULTI @ 2.42 – loss (missed by 1 leg)

Marius Copil @ $1.62 – WIN
Daniel Brands @ $1.12 – WIN
Ruben Bemelmans @ $1.53 – WIN
MULTI @ 2.78 – WIN

Matthias Bachinger @ $1.50 – loss
Igor Sijsling @ $1.17 – WIN
Franko Skugor @ $1.53 – WIN
Marius Copil @ $1.17 – loss
MULTI @ 3.14 – loss

Matthias Bachinger @ $1.50 – loss
Tristan Lamasine @ $1.40 – WIN
Igor Sijsling @ $1.17 – WIN
Franko Skugor @ $1.53 – WIN
Edouard Roger-Vasselin @ $1.25 – WIN
Marius Copil @ $1.17 – WIN
MULTI @ 5.50 – MONEY BACK (missed by 1 leg)

Lordag (Plc) @ 2.55 – WIN
Shadow Lord (Plc) @ 2.50 – WIN
Shadow Lord @ 7.5 – loss
Conchita @ 4.60 – loss
Difficult To Get (Plc) @ 19.00 – loss
Mitigate @ 5.50 – loss
Mitigate (Plc) @ 1.80 – loss
I’m A Soldier @ 12.00 – loss
I’m A Soldier (Plc) @ 3.50 – loss
Beedeekay (Plc) @ 1.90 – WIN
Beedeekay @ 4.20 – WIN
Old Timer (Plc) @ 2.00 – WIN

Queensland @ $1.50 – WIN
Queensland (-5.5) @ $1.90 – WIN
To Score a Try-Darius Boyd @ $3.00 – loss
HT/FT Winning Margin – QLD 1-8/QLD 1-12 – $5.50 – WIN

Melbourne Storm v Wests Tigers
Wests Tigers (+13.5) @ $1.92 – WIN
Melbourne Storm @ 1.25 – WIN
Suliasi Vunivalu @ 3.40 – loss
Wests Tigers Exactly 3.0 @ 4.00 – loss

Penrith Panthers v South Sydney Rabbitohs
Under 41.5 @ $1.90 – loss
To Score a Try Tyrone Peachey @ $2.25 – loss
Penrith Panthers @ 1.36 – WIN
Nathan Cleary to score a try & Panthers to win @ 6.00 – WIN

Canterbury Bulldogs v Brisbane Broncos
Canterbury Bulldogs (-12.5) @ $4.75 – WIN
To Score a Try Sam Perrett @ $2.20 – loss
Canterbury Bulldogs 8.5 @ 1.28 – WIN
Bulldogs @ $2.00 – WIN

Gold Coast Titans v Canberra Raiders
Either Team Under 8.5 Points @ $2.15 – WIN
Gold Coast Titans 13.5 @ 1.33 – WIN
Jarrod Croker @ 2.05 – WIN
Zeb Taia over Josh Papaali – $6.60 – REFUND

Adelaide v North Melbourne
Most Disposals-Jack Ziebell @ $1.88 – WIN
M Crouch Over 24.5 @ $1.97 – WIN
Adelaide by 1-39 @ $1.95 – WIN
Brent Harvey 2+ goals @ 3.20 – loss

Richmond v Brisbane Lions
Brett Deledio 2+ goals @ $1.83 – loss

Collingwood v Fremantle
Wire To Wire Any Other Result @ $1.95 – loss
Chris Mayne 2+ goals @ 3.00 – loss

St Kilda v Geelong Cats
Geelong Cats (-33.5) @ $1.92 – loss

Greater Western Sydney v Carlton
Toby Greene @ 1.66 – loss

Hawthorn v Gold Coast
Under 192.5 @ 1.91 – WIN


Week ending 19 JUNE – Profit $676
Croatia @ 2.10 – WIN
Poland @ 1.69 – WIN
Germany @ 1.57 – WIN
MULTI @ 5.57 – WIN
England @ 1.49 – WIN
Switzerand @ 2.50 – loss
France @ 1.24 – WIN

Cleveland Cavaliers +5.5 @ 1.90 – WIN
Golden State Under 103.5 @ 1.81 – WIN
Cleveland Cavaliers -2.5 @ 1.95 – WIN

Warriors v Roosters
Over 45.5 @ 1.90 – loss
Shaun Johnson @ 12.00 – loss
Roosters +8.5 @ 1.75 – WIN
Warriors reach 20 @ 1.33 – loss
David Fusitua @ 1.72 – loss

Dragons v Storm
Under 34 @ 1.90 – WIN
Dragons -2.5 @ 1.92 – WIN
Dragons to win both halves – no @ 1.30 – loss
Dragons U16.5 @ 1.83 – loss
Dragons to reach 10 points – no @ 4.50 – loss

Titans v Sea Eagles
Gold Coast -6.5 @ $1.92 – WIN
Over 32.5 @ $1.25 – WIN
Nene McDonald to score a try @ 2.20 – WIN
Agnatius Paasi to score a try @ $4.95 – loss

Melbourne v Hawthorne
Hawthorn -22.5 @ 1.93 – loss
Hawthorn win @ 1.31 – WIN
Mason Wood 2+ goals @ 3.20 – WIN

Essendon v GSW
GSW over 130.5 @ 2.13 – loss
GSW -61.5 @ 1.98 – loss
GSW -41.5 @ 1.30 – loss

Fremantle v Port Adelaide
Port +15.5 @ 1.28 – loss
Port -6.5 @ 1.93 – loss
Port to win each 1/4 @ 2.80 – loss
Aaron Young 2+ goals @ 1.95 – loss

San Fransico Giants @ 1.70 – WIN
Giants & U5.5 @ 5.00 – loss
Brewers/Giants U8.5 @ 1.62 – loss
Blue Jays 1st to 3 @ 1.69 – WIN
LA Dodgers -1.5 @ 1.78 – loss
Dodgers/Diamondbacks U7.5 @ 1.84 – WIN
Mets @ 1.74 – WIN
Mets -1.5 @ 2.56 – WIN
Mets @ 1.53 – loss
Mets O3.5 @ 1.78 – loss
Cubs @ 1.37 – WIN

Craig Lowndes Winner @ 5.50 – loss
Craig Lowndes top 6 @ 1.30 – loss
Rick Kelly Winner @ 67.00 – loss
Rick Kelly top 6 @ 7.00 – loss
Tim Slade tip 6 @ 2.25 – loss

Eddie Yap (greyhound) @ 1.75 – WIN
Alcohol Place @ 4.80 – WIN
Appalachian Annie place @ 4.80 – loss
Magnagem win @ 8.00 – loss
Firsthand win @ 4.00 – WIN
Firsthand place @ 1.70 – WIN
Dainty Tess win @ 2.80 – loss
Dainty Tess place @ 1.70 – WIN
Rons Call place 2.80 @ – loss
Muskets at Dawn place @ 1.70 – WIN
Heart of a Warrior win @ 3.20 – loss
Heart of a Warrior place @ 1.45 – WIN
Butterboom win @ 8.00 – WIN
Butterboom place @ 2.60 – WIN
Salmanzar place @ 1.70 – WIN

Karolina Pliskova @ 1.57 – WIN
Nicolas Mahut @ 1.73 – WIN
Kevin Anderson @ 1.22 – WIN
Paul-Henri Mathieu @ 1.57 – loss
MULTI @ 2.92 – loss

Paul-Henri Mathieu @ 1.33 – MONEY BACK
Ivo Karlovic @ 1.53 – WIN
David Goffin @ 1.30 – WIN
Bernard Tomic @ 1.62 – WIN
Bernard Tomic to win 1st set @ 1.25 – WIN
Dominic Thiem @ 1.14 – WIN
MULTI @ 2.84 – WIN

Tomas Berdych @ 1.33 – loss
Agnieszka Radwanska @ 1.40 – loss
Paul-Henri Mathieu @ 1.67 – WON
Paul-Henri Mathieu to win 1st set @ 1.57 – WON
MULTI @ 4.64 – loss

Roger Federer 2-0 @ 1.53 – loss
Andy Murray 2-0 @ 1.5 – loss
Florian Mayer @ 2.38 – WIN
Andreas Seppi @ 1.57 – loss
Alexander Zverev +1.5 @ 1.67 – WIN
Roger Federer @ 1.20 – WIN
Philipp Kohlschreiber +1.5 @ 1.73 – MONEY BACK

MULTI @ 25.88 – loss

PROFIT = $676

Week ending June 12 – PROFIT = $2,380
St Kilda v Carlton
Carlton by 1-24 @ 3.25 – loss
Under 196.5 @ 1.30 – WON

West Coast v Crows
Wire to wire @ 2.10 – WON
West Coast 1-39 @ 2.15 – loss
Either to win by less then 39.5 @ 1.32 – WON

Lions v Fremantle
Fremantle -5.5 @ 1.78 – WON
Fremantle +16.5 @ 1.25 – WON
Chris Mayne @ 2.25 – WON

Port Adelaide v Bulldogs
Bulldogs 1-24 @ 3.60 – WON
Bulldogs +24.5 @ 1.35 – WON
Bulldogs @ 2.20 – WON

Bernard Tomic @ 1.36 – WON
Philipp Kohlschreiber @ 1.20 – WON
Dominic Thiem @ 1.44 – WON
Gilles Simon @ 1.36 – WON
Ivo Karlovic @ 1.44 – WON
David Ferrer @ 1.36 – WON
Juan Martin Del Potro @ 1.22 – WON
MULTI @ 4.68 – WON

Philipp Kohlschreiber @ 1.67 – loss
Karolina Pliskova @ 1.57 – WON
Nicolas Mahut @ 1.73 – WON

Flemmington Race 8 #4 Hard Romp @ 10.00 – loss
Shepparton Race 5 #6 Eddie Yep @ 1.75 – WON

Rabbitohs v Tigers
Tigers iver 8.5 @ 1.83 – WON
Rabbitohs over 16.5 @ 1.30 – loss
Tigers +5.5 @ 1.92 – WON
Rabbitohs Tries under 4.5 @ 1.55 – WON
Over 43.5 @ 1.90 – WON

Warriors v Knights
Warriors to reach 20 points @ 1.20 – WON
Shaun Johnson @ 2.85 – loss
Nathan ross @ 4.00 – void
Warriors/Warriors @ 1.58 – WON

Titans v Eels
Titans -19.5 @ 6.00 – loss
Over 32.5 @ 1.28 – WON
Titans -2 @ 1.90 – loss
Ashley taylor @ 4.5 – loss
Titans @ 1.75 – loss

Storm v Roosters
Roosters to reach 20 points @ 1.33 – WON
Storm to trail – no @ 3.00 – WON
Roosters tries 0.5-2.5 @ 2.26 – loss

Cubs @ 1.39 – WON
Mets @ 1.89 – void
MULTI @ @ 1.39 – WON

Mets v Pirates Over 3.5 @ 1.80 – WON
Mets @ 1.72 – WON
Marlins @ 2.15 – WON
Marlins over 5.5 @ 2.56 – WON

Croatia @ 2.10 – WON
Poland @ 1.69 – WON
Germany @ 1.57 – WON
MULTI @ 5.57 – WON

***Other Multi’s***
Multi @ 4.45 – loss


Week ending June 05 -PROFIT = $4,604
North Melb v Richmond
North 1-39 @ 2.10 – loss
Under 200.5 @ 1.30 – WON
Most Disposals – Trent Cotchin @ 2.75 – WON (paid out with 365)

Geelong v GWS
Geelong 1-39 @ 2.20 – WON
Either team under 39.5 @ 1.32 – WON
Wire to Wire any other result @ 2.10 – WON

Bulldogs v West Coast
West Coast 1-39 @ 2.60 – loss
West Coast +23.4 @ 1.32 – WON
Wire to Wire any other result @ 2.00 – WON

Adelaide v St Kilda
Adelaide -32.5 @ 1.92 – WON
Adelaide/Adelaide @ 1.35 – WON
Adelaide -40.5 @ 2.30 – WON

Dustin Brown to win a set @ 1.31 – WON
Novak Djokovic @ 1.32 – WON
MULTI @ 1.72 – WON

Samuel Groth To Win A Set, Yes @ $1.59 – loss
Novak Djokovic 3-0 @ $1.65 – WON

Samuel Groth @ $1.56 = $156 – WON
Peter Gojowczyk @ $1.30 = $130 – WON
Novak Djokovic 3-0 @ $1.63 = $163 – WON
Dominic Thiem @ $1.55 = $155 – WON
MULTI @ 5.12 = $512 – WON

New York Mets – @ 1.53 – WON
Boston Red Sox – @ 1.53 – loss
Chicago Cubs – @ 1.36 – WON

White Sox @ 1.57 – loss
Cubs @ 1.35 – WON
Nationals @ 1.47 – loss

Red Sox v Orioles O9.5 @ 2.1 – WON
Mariners v Padres O7.5 @ 2.00 – WON (2 UNIT)
Giants @ 1.4 – WON (3 UNIT)
MULTI @ 5.78 – WON

QLD 1-12 @ 2.80 – WON
Neither scores 30 points @ 1.25 – WON
Under 34 Points @ 2.10 – WON
Darius Boyd @ 4.00 – loss

Melbourne v Penrith
Penrith to score 3 unanswered tries @ 1.25 – WON
Team away points under 18 @ 1.85 – WON
Storm 1-12 @ 3.10 – loss
Penrith total 0-10 @ 4.50 – WON

Sydney v Wests
Over 32.5 @ 2.00 – WON
Tigers first try before 21:30 @ 1.83 – WON
First half winners, Tigers +6.5 @ 2.22 – WON
Tigers/Roosters @ 8.30 – loss

South Sydney v Gold Coast
Gold Coast 1-12 @ 3.85 – WON
Gold Coast +15.5 @ 1.28 – WON
Either Team under 12.5 @ 1.66 – WON
1st to score and loose, South Sydney @ 5.50 – loss

Canterbury v Cronulla
Either Team Under 8.5 Points @ $2.15 – WON
Neither Scores 30 Points @ $1.30 – WON
Valentine Holmes @ $3.50 – WON
Canterbury 1-8/Cronulla 1-12 @ $10.00 – WON

Sydney Roosters v Wests Tigers
Over 32 – WON
Melbourne Storm v Penrith Panthers
Penrith to reach 20 points, no – WON
South Sydney Rabbitohs v Gold Coast Titans
Gold Coast +16 – WON
Canterbury Bulldogs v Cronulla Sharks
Canterbury Bulldogs to Reach 20 Points – No – WON
MULTI @ 4.46 – WON



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Bulldogs vs Roosters started with an unlikely 2 try lead to Roosters by the halfway mark of the first half with Daniel Tupou playing a massive role throughout the whole game. The favourite, Curtis Rona put the first points on the board for Bulldogs by the 27th minute to bring them back into the game which was followed shortly after by a Brett Morris try. With the scores even at half time it was Bulldogs who had the momentum behind them which gave them the advantage to come back and steal the show. With Brett Morris picking up a double and Bulldogs ahead at the 60th minute, this put us in a great position with our exotic bet, but it was the Bonus Risk Bet which deserved the most praise from all the picks from this game. As I had predicted the score to reach approximately 40-45 points, plus the fact that we fancied the Bulldogs to win by a small margin, hence the Conclusion bet, I was able to pinpoint where I wanted both teams to sit on the scoreboard at fulltime which was 3 converted tries to 4. Our Safe bet salutes as always and for this match we had hit 3/3 plus the bonus which makes it a very profitable day.


Gold Coast vs New Zealand was a far from exciting game overall. The first try from Hoffman was put down in the opening minutes of the game which eventuated from nothing and nobody defending. New Zealand celebrated their 4th win on the trot as well as Simon Mannerings 250th game milestone. Both sides looked unimpressive conceded constant penalties while Gold Coast suffered more blows to their already depleted side as rookie Kyle Lawton went down with a broken ankle, Greg Bird left the field for a concussion test though returned later in the match as did Ashley Taylors replacement, Cameron Cullen. Ryan Simpkins was among others on the casualty list for this game. With the unfamiliar team configuration, it was clear to see that they were lacking trust in their follow team mates by the way they ran the ball straight into the defender without their usual offload attempts to accept the inevitable tackle. Shaun Johnson was a standout for the Warriors with 2 lines breaks and a try despite having an ongoing quad injury. Our Conclusion bet was always a moral which could have even passed for a Safe Bet though Safe Bet Saluted as usual. As both teams are known to concede points, we were able to nail our line over under double although our Bonus Bet missed out by a fraction. 3/3 with no bonus.



West v Penrith.  Tigers played a sensational first half, after Penrith dominated early leading 14-2 in the first 20 minutes, Tigers went on to score 4 consecutive tries in the first half. With momentum now behind the Tigers, they were able to carry on their form into the second leading 34-14 in the 64th minute. As expected with the Panthers, late in the game there is usually a try scored for or against which in most cases but not this one, is a turning point in the match. James Tedesco was in full effect, playing like he really wanted the NSW Origin jersey for game 3. Tedesco came away with 2 try assists 2 linebreaks and a large number of meters ran to try solidify his spot. As of recent, Tigers attack has been brilliant and their line defence has showed a little bit of improvement, whereas Panthers are starting to crumble in the more critical moments of the games, which was the reasoning behind taking Tigers for the upset today. As Tigers were victorious in this matchup, we were able to tick off both Conclusion and Safe bets from the checklist. Too little too late from the struggling Panthers sees them over the try line twice in the dying minutes of the game, bringing the game within 8 points and seeing our Exotic bet get up though not quite enough to bring down the progressing Tigers. 3/3 with no Bonus.


Paramatta v Cronulla.  Eels gave the Sharks quite a scare early on in the game with Bevan French scoring the first 2 tries in the opening minutes of the game. French has definitely earned his spot in the Eels and possesses the speed of one the quickest in the game. Semi Radradra on the other hand has drawn so much negative attention towards himself in the past few weeks, everytime he got a touch of the ball, the stadium stood and booed. The Eels were leading 18-0 at the 22nd minute until the Sharks did what they do best and replied with 3 tries of their own. James Maloney missing 2/3 conversions though scoring a penalty brought the game within 2 points at half time. Paul Gallen was disallowed a try in the second half which rightfully should have been awarded, though the bad calls from the referee made up for it when Fifita lost the ball in a tackle which was called play on and resulted in a try that should not have been. Bevan French, star in the making went on to score a hat trick and with Sharks coming back to seal the deal comfortably, our Exotic bet was money in the bank. Knowing that Parramatta would go down fighting we were able to predict the Margin, which saluted in fine form which automatically grants us the Safe Bet. 3/3 with no Bonus results in a very profitable weekend hitting 100% in our normal bets and 25% in our roughies.


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