Its gearing up to be a MASSIVE weekend with the AFL Grand Final on saturday between the Bulldogs and the Swans and then the NRL Final sunday between Storm and Sharks.  Theirs a hundred different ways you could predict these games but we’re going to keep it simple and just give you the facts, as well as this we will also show you how you can make a bit extra cash off some bookie promos 100% RISK FREE.

So the NRL season is almost wrapped up and its come down to this, Cronulla vs Melbourne.  Can the Sharks make up for 50 seasons of disappointment and come away with a win? or will Bellamy’s Storm do what they do best and grind out another win?

Cronulla Sharks vs Melbourne Storm
7:15pm, Sunday 2 October, ANZ Stadium

Storm History
This will be the Storms 500th game in the NRL since their conception in 1998. Over the last 19 years they have won over 64% of their games, thats 317 win and only 176 lost. Out of those 19 seasons they have made finals appearances 16 times, only missing the finals in 2001, 2002, 2010.  The Storm have won four of their last five games. The loss was the Round 25 match against the Broncos.

Sharks History
This will be the Sharks 1320th game since their conception into the NSWRL in 1967. Over those 50 seasons they have a win ratio of roughly 48%. The Sharks have played in 42 finals in the 50 seasons. The sharks had their longest winning streak this season winning 15 in a row from the 28th March 2016 – 24th July 2016.  The Sharks have won three from the last five games. However, that run includes their 26-6 Round 26 loss to the Storm.

Matchup History
This is the 27th game between the two sides and as it stands Storm has won 18 of those to the Sharks 9. Storm have beaten the sharks every time they have met away from Shark Park since 2008.


Key Matchups

Sharks as a whole gift their opponents alot of penalties.  There is no side in the league that capatalise greater on a penalty then Storm.  Below are stats from the 2016 season.


As you can see the Sharks don’t do themselves any faviours at all, with key players like James Maloney being crutial to the Sharks attack but really letting them down in defense.


Key Matchups

Valentine Holmes (Sharks) v Sulasi Vunivallu (Storm)

They were the perfect match up last season with their stats almost being a mirror image of the other. Holmes holds the record this season scoring 19 down the right side, while Vunivalu gets well over that with 23 on the left. Vunivalu beats the former record for most tries in a NRL season by a rookie, previously held by Israel Folau.

James Maloney (Sharks) v Cooper Cronk (Storm)

Cronk and Maloney are both teams key players setting up a lot of their try scoring runs each game. As much as we want this to be a match up its more of a white wash with Cronk decimating Maloney’s numbers in all aspects. Try assists (29 to 10), line break assists (22 to 10), tries (12 to seven) and tackle breaks (30 to 24)….as we said, Cronk has the stats.

Andrew Fifita (Sharks) v Jesse Bromwich (Storm)

This is another variable match up, with Bromwich displaying impressive footwork close to the line all season as oppose to Fifita’s unorthodox front-row play. Fifita takes the medal here though highlighted by his superior tackle breaks (90 to 42) and offloads (66 to 43).

Ben Barba (Sharks) v Cameron Munster (Storm)

This is the match up that will make or break either team. Barba edges Munster in tries (15 to 4) and try assists (21 to 12), but trails in line break assists (19 to 23) and tackle busts (97 to 114). Barber was once considered Queenslands replacement for Billy Slater, while Munster has don’t an excellent job for Storm since Slaters injury.


This will be only the second time that these teams have met in the finals. The first time was the 2008 preliminary final at the Sydney Football Stadium. The Storm ran out 28-0 winners, in spite of having Cam Smith out due to suspension for his head grapple on Sam Thaiday. Of course, the next week they suffered their fourth biggest loss ever – and their second biggest loss of the Bellamy era – when they lost the grand final 40-0 to the Sea Eagles.

Only two players from the Sharks side from the 2008 prelim take the field for this match: Captain Paul Gallen and Blake Green, now the Storm five-eighth. Cooper Cronk is the only Storm player backing up from that game.


Game Prediction

Lets get a little more technical now, from the tables below we can get a good idea on how the game may play out.

These two tables show us that the Sharks really need to lead at half time if they have any real chance of winning. On that same note Storm have won every m|atch this season when they had the lead at half time, except for a loss in round 4, to the Sharks.

The Sharks look like they are at their most dangerous 20 minutes before half time, which should help them slightly towards their goal to lead at half time.


Its nothing new to anyone when we say that Melbourne Storm have the best defense in the league but along with their solid wall defense they also have ball control that is second to none.  The sharks on the other hand are going to have to rely on their attack to get the job done.  However, looking at these stats there isn’t really a struck match between them. In fact the Storm are second only to the Raiders in line breaks. Further, the Storm are the second best metre gaining side in the competition. The Sharks can certainly go with them but it is very evenly matched.

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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.

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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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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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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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Port Adelaide v Western Bulldogs, Adelaide Oval – Saturday 1:40pm

Probably one of the games I am most confident about this week. The Doggies are a class outfit and even though Port are playing some good footy as of late, the Dogs will be too strong. They have great set ups around the ground that leads them to winning large numbers of contested possessions, which they smashed the Eagles in last week. With the game being at Adelaide Oval, Port will stay reasonably close but I expect the Dogs team defensive unit to keep the Power’s forward line quiet and get the win.

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Brisbane v Fremantle, Gabba – Saturday 4:35pm

Definitely a game which could show anything but I am more confident with this game than a lot of the others this week (the ones I haven’t put tips up for of course). Fremantle finally got their first win last week and I think that’s the confidence they need. It was a really good solid performance by them against Essendon. Brisbane are just flat, I believe they are below Fremantle in almost every aspect. The Dockers midfield is starting to fire up a little, with their leaders standing up. Pavlich going out hurts the Dockers but I expect Mayne to be the main target up forward now, he kicked 3.2 last week. Even at the Gabba the young Lions should be losing here.

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West Coast v Adelaide, Domain Stadium – Saturday 7:40pm

West Coast, at Domain Stadium equals trouble for any side. No doubt about it they are nearly unbeatable in Perth. After a solid start last week against the Dogs the Eagles will be disappointed with the rest of the game and will be eager to make amends. If they are going to show the competition that they are still contenders they need to beat Adelaide this week. Adelaide are in form after smashing St Kilda and having a good win over GWS. But I believe West Coast will match up good against the Crows potent forward line with the likes of McGovern, MacKenzie, Schofield, Hurn and Sheppard. Eagles to get it done in a close one.

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St Kilda v Carlton, Etihad Stadium – Sunday 1:10pm

Backing Carlton to win their 7th game in their last 8 games doesn’t sound right, but it is! Carlton have only lost to North three 3 weeks ago and before that it was the Doggies in round 4. They are definitely full of confidence and playing well. This week the Saints are undermanned with Riewoldt, Dempster, McCartin and Goddard all going out. Fisher was already out so their backline is very weak and Carlton’s defense has been really good as of late. The Saints midfield can keep them in the game and be competitive. I see Carlton leading most of the game and being in control but struggling to blow them away.

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North Melbourne v Richmond: A freezing night in Tassie ended badly for the Tigers which I can’t say I or many saw coming. The Roos were the weakened team with Goldstein and Scott out but the Roos smashed Richmond by 70 points. I expected them to win but I thought the Tigers would have been more competitive after their run of form. They ended up losing 3 or 4 players to injuries and this night was one to forget for them. We only hit our safe bet with the total staying under as expected. Cotchin was close to winning us our bet but even his 34 disposals wasn’t enough as Grigg had 38 (fluke). In the end, just an unlucky night. (bet365 did pay out our Cotchin bet which is just another bonus for us all who placed the tip with bet365 as we advised)
Geelong v Greater Western Sydney: As I said in my preview, many saw this week as quite hard to pick and especially this game. But I couldn’t see it ending any differently. The Cats proved too good for the Giants at home coming away with a 10 point win. All 3 of our bets never looked like losing, we smashed this game!
Western Bulldogs v West Coast: West Coast started out well, they were looking sharpe early but as the game progressed they slowly faded. It’s not what I expected from the Eagles but we only lost our best bet with the other two bets covered easily. The Dogs deserve credit where credits due, they played well. In the end the Doggies won by 8 points but we still hit 2/3.
Adelaide v St Kilda: A game which we killed and won 3 from 3. Adelaide as expected dominated the whole game and won by 88 points. Their forward line had a day out as expected with Jenkins bagging 7 goals to his name. Saints were no match at Adelaide Oval.
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North Melbourne v Richmond, Blundstone Arena – Friday 7:50pm

Tonight this game will be close and sloppy I believe. Over in Tassie, the conditions will be slippery with a forecast of around 1-2 degrees. This means a very congested style game with not much free flowing footy. With Goldstein under an injury cloud and Brad Scott supposedly sick, Richmond have the ability to cause an upset tonight. This being said, North suffered their first loss of the year last week and will be desperate to bounce back and regain the form that they have slowly lost over the past weeks. Richmond’s defense will certainly be tested by the Roos talls, who will be fired up after their terrible output last week. I predict the Tigers will remain close all game but eventually the North side should come away with around a 3 goal win.

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Geelong v Greater Western Sydney, Simonds Stadium – Saturday 4:35pm

This week is hard to pick in terms of betting, it’s either 50/50 games or games that represent no value at all. So many may be looking at this as a tough game, which it is, but Geelong will bounce back. They have been woeful these past couple of weeks which is unlike them and the form they have showed this year. Over at their home deck, there is nowhere else they would rather be to regain that form that sent them to premiership favourites. Geelong seem to struggle when they aren’t being tested this year and after losing to the Giants earlier in the season, I expect them to put out a display that got them wins against the likes of the Hawks, Crows and Eagles. Giants will certainly stick tough all game and make it close but the Cats should fire up.

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Western Bulldogs v West Coast, Etihad Stadium – Sunday 3:20pm

Another great game on our hands, which many believe could go either way. But I believe the Eagles are here to prove a point this week. They would be sick of hearing they can’t travel and can only win games at home. The runners up last year made a stand at Adelaide Oval a couple of weeks ago and they will this week. Gaff and Yeo come in for the Eagles after a week off and looking at the teams on paper, the Doggies could really be stretched across the whole field. On the other hand, all the talk about the Dogs disappeared for a little bit, many thought they would lose to the Pies and they probably would have if injuries didn’t hit Collingwood. Eagles to get the job done in a close one but in the end have too much firepower.

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Adelaide v St Kilda, Adelaide Oval – Sunday 4:40pm

Easily the best game for value in my opinion, Adelaide are at home again and will test the young Saints especially down forward with Fisher out. This line is very small for an Adelaide team that can easily bang on 120+ points at home. Probably had their best performance of the year against the Giants last week and will maintain that level at home. Should be some easy wins here, no jinx.

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Sydney v North Melbourne:
This game we hit 2/2, Sydney outplayed the Roos at the SCG as I expected with their midfield dominating. North were somewhat disappointing with their lack of goals they never really threatened to challenge the Swans. We hit some value with the margin 1-39 and came 2 points off hitting 1-24. Our safe bet was never a problem. Overall, it was a good way to start the weekend of AFL.

Melbourne v Port Adelaide:
All I can say is wowee…. Melbourne cannot be put in the category of quality sides or a potential finals team, unless they start putting solid performances together. They consistently go from an outstanding win to a terrible loss. Port on the other hand played the best they have all season and ended up winning by 45 points. Melbourne’s defense was non-existent and Port’s forwards had a day out with Dixon kicking 5 goals. We hit 0.5/4 in this match which isn’t good enough, we will bounce back.
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Collingwood v Western Bulldogs:
Collingwood provided a bit of a scare at times in the match. They were playing well and in front for most of the game until they got over run in the last quarter by a determined Bulldogs side. Collingwood had injury troubles, which hurt them. We hit 3/4 in this game, which was our best for the round. The total going under never looked a problem as it was a very low scoring match. Pendlebury also played well which won our exotic bet.

Brisbane v Hawthorn:
A disappointing game on behalf of my tips. Hawthorn as expected outlasted the Lions who tried hard all day until the Hawks stormed home in the last quarter to just get over the line of 45.5 and win by 48. The total went way over what was expected and killed our safe bet unsure emoticon All in all, the Hawks played pretty poorly but a last quarter effort saw them get a solid win. 1/4

This week was disappointing at best. We will get back on the winning side this weekend coming and I have no doubt about that!

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Sydney v North Melbourne, SCG – Friday 7:50pm

North are top of the table undefeated and face their biggest test so far. They have had a relatively easy run so far and at the SCG tonight against the Swans, they might drop the 4 points. Ted Richards out is a massive blow for the Swans but they have the caliber to cover. They play as a team when in defense, so I still think they will be able to cover the Roos tall forwards. North’s weakness is their midfield I believe, they don’t have an absolute dominate on-baller that can win 30 disposals most games, unlike the Swans who have 5-6. This is where I expect the Swans to get the advantage and keep their noses in front for most of the game at their home deck.

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Melbourne v Port Adelaide, TIO Park – Saturday 2:10pm

I am not sure why Melbourne are at the odds they are. Port has had 1 good game for the year against a dismantled Richmond side. After that round, they lost to Carlton and were never close to beating West Coast last week after getting some late goals to make the score look respectable. With no ruckman and coming up against Max Gawn and the likes of Viney, Jones and Vince roving to him, Port are going to struggle. Over at TIO will make the game a little harder for both teams. Melbourne play a good style of footy that will test Port’s defense and Melbourne will be playing to win as this can make them 8 points clear of the Power.

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Collingwood v Western Bulldogs, MCG – Sunday 3:20pm

Collingwood are playing with confidence now and had a good win last week, but Geelong was very off. The Bulldogs are a very different team to Geelong and will be looking to make amends for last weeks performance against the Giants. They welcome back a ton of good players that are critical to their team. Adams, Boyd and Suckling are back in their defensive unit, which will make it even harder for Collingwood to get through. Redpath is back up forward and will provide that presence and decoy for Stringer to go to work. Again, not sure what the bookies see but Bulldogs won’t lose this. Defense is too strong and stoppage work is the same.

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Brisbane v Hawthorn, Gabba – Saturday 1:45pm

Brisbane are in a bad place this season. They will be close to the wooden spoon with Essendon at the end of the year. With their captain out and having little experience on field, the Hawks will be running all over them. After a somewhat disappointing performance for the Hawks against the Swans, I expect them to try and kick-start their season this weekend with a thumping of the Lions. Once they get their mo-jo up forward, the young Brisbane defense are going to want to quit mid game. Look for all the Hawks big guns to have great games as they have been quiet lately, such as Mitchell, Breust, Rioli and Burgoyne.

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Hawthorn v Sydney
This game was a bit of a let down in terms of entertainment and expectations. Both teams were a little sloppy compared to their normal outputs and it was the lowest scoring game of the round between two powerhouse teams. Hawks were unable to put some real score board pressure on, they came hard many times and got within a goal on multiple occasions but their inaccuracy on goal hurt them. Hawks had one more shot at goal but in the end missed their opportunities and the Swans took advantage winning by 14. Our safe bet looked certain the whole match, while the others were a night to forget, the elite players we had backed to produce were below their best. 1/3
Fremantle v Richmond
Richmond are back and full of confidence, they were solid throughout the whole night and led at every break. When I had checked the whether earlier in the week it didn’t show the absolute shocking whether which made the game total go under, but besides that our night was profitable. Richmond won in the end by 38 points covering 2 of our bets. Michael Walters was very quiet for his usual standards but as a bonus risk I guess that’s what can happen, despite that he kicked one goal and 3 behinds so he easily could have kicked his 3+.   2/2 
Gold Coast v Adelaide
As I predictedAdelaide gave the Suns a smashing! They provided us with a perfect game hitting 4 from 4. Adelaide to lead at every break was never a threat and they had almost covered the line by halftime. They also kicked their largest total of the year with 149 points on the scoreboard, which hit our exotic. Finally, a 75-point win covered our bonus risk meaning we hit all our bets and cashing in on some great profits!  3/3
Port Adelaide v West Coast
Well, a game that could have made a fantastic weekend. I was very confident about this game and the value that was shown. Everyone was reading too much into the Eagles travelling troubles. The Eagles were never in threat of losing and although the scores say they only won by 8 points, the Eagles pretty much packed up shop halfway through the last quarter when they were up by 32 points. In the end this coaching decision by the Eagles to start playing safe and not risking players, cost us 3 bets and a massive profit. Port were allowed to kick the last 4 goals of the game (taking their total over), including a goal with 14 seconds left to get them under the line. Very unlucky but nothing we could have done. 1/3

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