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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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Safe: Tri bet – Either team to win by under 39.5 @ 1.35 (Ladbrokes)
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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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Brisbane Broncos v Wests Tigers Friday, May 27, 8pm, Suncorp Stadium

Broncos at home have been flawless this season although this week we see both sides face off without some of their best players due to State of Origin. Broncos will be missing Corey Parker, Sam Thaiday, Josh McGuire, Matt Gillett, Darius Boyd and Corey Oates while Tigers are only missing Robbie Farah and Aaron Woods. Jordan Kahu will be playing at fullback while Alex Glenn, Joe Ofahengaue, Jarrod Wallace and Jaydn S’ua come into the starting lineup. Matt Ballin will be starting as Hooker in place of Robbie Farah for the Tigers. While Broncos are missing their star forwards, their halves and centers still look good for the attack and apart from last weeks efforts against the Cowboys, Kahu has been good on kicking duties. Tigers have lost Robbie Farah who hasn’t really been impressive all season although the absence of Aaron Woods takes away from their defence. Having said that, the Tigers were able to stay within 1 point of their match with Melbourne Storm in round 7 without Woods due to injury. Cowboys were lucky to defeat Broncos last week and a key component to their victory was shutting down Anthony Milford, which I don’t think tigers have the ability to do.

Key Points
• Broncos haven’t lost a game at Suncorp this year
• Even without their origin players, Brisbane have an attacking side fit for top 4
• Tigers struggled to play against Newcastle last week WITH their origin players

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Safe – Alternative Total Over 32.5 – $1.28 (LUXBET)
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Canberra v Canterbury Sunday, May 29, 4pm, GIO Stadium

Canberra have been the most inconsistent side so far this season, although the Bulldogs haven’t been the most consistent side themselves. This week there are only minor change ups for the origin period for Canberra with Papaali missing although they regain Sia Soliola who is coming back from injury. Bulldogs are missing Josh Jackson and David Klemmer, which evens up the defensive playing field a bit more as we all know Canberras defence is mediocre at best. Canberras home record is woeful which makes it even more difficult to pick a winner, especially after Bulldogs breaking the curse of back to back wins last week. The last 2 times these teams met at GIO stadium, Bulldogs have beaten them by single digit margins although earlier this year they met at Belmore Sports Ground, where Canberra downed Bulldogs by 14 points.

Key Points
• Every game played at GIO this season has exceeded 40 points
• Day games involving Canberra tend to be high scoring
• Jordan Rapana has scored in 5/6 of his last matches

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Safe Bet – Total over 32.5 (LUXBET)
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State of Origin Game 1 Wednesday, June 1, 8pm, ANZ Stadium

Queensland are looking like the more experienced side, with most of their selections having played in the QLD squad before. NSW have made a lot of change ups in order to try win this series. NSW have moved Josh Dugan into the centre as Matt Moylan makes his origin debut at fullback. Josh Dugan has served NSW well in the past at fullback, which makes me question the coaches action in placing Dugan in the centre position. QLD have won the first game in the series the last 5/7 times which have resulted in low scoring affairs.

Key points
• Darius Boyd has one of the best try scoring records in Origin history
• The last 6 games at ANZ Stadium have not exceeded 28 points
• NSW have won 15/23 Origin matches played at ANZ Stadium

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Margin – Queensland 1-12 – $2.80 (LADBROKES)
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Newcastle Knights vs Parramatta Eels Monday, May 30, 7pm, Hunter stadium

Knights have been absolutely woeful this year and with the loss of Dane Gagai who is absent for Origin, I expect them do what they do best, nothing. Jake Mamo will move to full back and rookie Cory Dennis will play on the wing. Jaelen Feeney will play at 5/8 along side Trent Hodkinson. Parramatta are missing Michael Jennings, which I’m predicting will create more opportunities for Semi Radradra to score. Kieran Foran was cleared of an injury from their clash with Storm on Monday night and is expected to play against Knights. Parramatta played reasonably well against Storm even though the final score may suggest different. The Knights have won the majority of their clashes with Parramatta including 7 of the last 9 at Hunter Stadium. Having said that, the Knights have not been this terrible in a very long time so expect them to struggle.

Key Points
• Eels need to win to keep top 8 hopes alive
• Knights have the worst attack in the league
• Eels have only lost 1 game on the road which was against Cowboys

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Safe – Parramatta win – $1.36 (LADBROKES)
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LA Dodgers v Cincinnati Reds, 24th May 2016, 12:10pm

First game of the series see’s LA Dodgers the clear favorites despite both teams in poor form. The Dodgers track record is 6 Losses 2 Wins in there last 8 encounters whereas the Red’s are 1 Win 7 Losses, this is a cause of poor pitching. Dodgers do have Kershaw who is their stronger pitcher 6-1 this season with a 1.67 ERA. He’s up against Finnegan who is 1-2 4.44 ERA. Finnegan has had quite the bad track record this season, allowing 27 HOME RUNS in 3 Matches! Dodgers will use this to their advantage as their dominate pitcher will aim to keep Red’s scoreless.


Cincinnati Reds @ Los Angeles Dodgers
Los Angeles Dodgers Runs U/O 4.5
Over 4.5 Runs @ 2.15 (CROWBET)

Cincinnati Reds @ Los Angeles Dodgers
Total Runs (Over/Under) 5.5
Over 5.5 Runs @ 1.62 (CROWNBET)


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Hawthorn v Sydney, MCG – Friday 7:50pm

A Friday night special, two powerhouse teams going head to head with some of the biggest names in the AFL. Franklin is back this year playing at this best and against his old side he could be in for a big night. Hawthorn haven’t been their ruthless self this year, they are 3-2 against top 8 teams and tonight I expect them to come out put in their best performance on the back of a emotional week within the club. The Hawks are known for standing up when it matters and tonight is a big stage where they will announce to the competition that they are no way near past their best.

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Safe bet: Either team under 39.5 @ 1.40 (Ladbrokes)
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Fremantle v Richmond, Domain Stadium – Saturday 7:40pm

Both teams have had a very disappointing start to the year, especially Fremantle who are 0-8 after finishing as the minor premiers last year. They are decimated with injuries and Ross Lyon has said they will now start to develop the young kids. With Fyfe, Sandilands, Johnson and Hill out for the Dockers the Tigers should have the advantage. What a win it was last week for the Tigers, they have hit form and playing with confidence, they are getting their key players back and with Cotchin coming back in with a fit and in form Deledio, I think they should be winning. It will be a tight and entertaining contest, both teams are playing better than their ladder representation says.

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Safe bet: Richmond +20.5 @ 1.25 (Crownbet)
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Gold Coast v Adelaide, Metricon Stadium – Saturday 2:10pm

Gold Coast, they have troubles on field and off field, they aren’t playing together, they have stars but can’t perform consistently. Adelaide on the other hand are playing arguably better footy without Dangerfield. The firepower they have up forward has shown to be a task for any team this season. With the little master (Ablett) and Hall out, the Suns are going to struggle a lot more. I expect Adelaide to hit back after a 2 game losing streak.

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Safe bet: Wire to wire – Adelaide @ 1.32 (Crownbet)
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Port Adelaide v West Coast, Adelaide Oval – Saturday 4:35pm

West Coast have been somewhat of a disappointment this year. They made the Grand Final last season where they were demolished and now this year they haven’t won a game away from Domain Stadium. If they are going to be a team that challenges for the flag this year they need to improve when playing on the road. The Eagles also haven’t beaten a top 8 side this year going at 0-3, with all this being said they are still a very good side that is definitely in the top 4 sides. The Power have been getting confidence back after putting in some good performances but these have been against some struggling teams such as Brisbane and the Tigers when they were playing terribly. The Eagles have one of the best all round teams in the competition and I expect their consistency around the ground, as well as their forward line led by Kennedy, to expose Port.

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Safe bet: West Coast +9.5 @ 1.32 (Bet365)
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South Sydney Rabbitohs v St George Illawarra Dragons Thursday, May 19, 8pm, ANZ Stadium

Forget what happened in the last game between these 2, analysts seem to bring things like that into the equation, forgetting that it was absolutely pouring down rain and Rabbitohs losing their star forward Sam Burgess to a neck injury in the process. Benji Marshall looks like he will miss another match yet again. Last week Rabbitohs played exceptionally well with Inglis in the halves and utilising Paul Carter more, resulting in taking down the Eels at Pirtek Stadium. Rabbitohs defense was looking a lot tighter and their attack was looking more consistent in which I believe will be enough to take down the Dragons in this encounter. Dragons played a less than average match against Raiders last week which their success only came as sheer luck as it was Raiders that pretty much defeated themselves. Dragons can thank Jack Wighton for his many costly errors in that one.

Key Points
· Dragons have not scored more than 10 points in their past 5 encounters with Rabbitohs
· Dragons have won 5/9 games against Rabbitohs at ANZ Stadium
· Rabbitohs have won the last 7/9 matches against Dragons

Conclusion – Click here to see our Conclusion bet.
Safe Bet – Alternative total – Under 44.5 – $1.25 (Bet365)
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Parramatta Eels v Melbourne Storm Monday, May 23, 7pm, Pirtek Stadium

Last week we saw an in-form Storm defeat the Premiers and how Storm are going into this match against the Eels as underdogs really concerns me. Storm have the best defense I have seen this season from any side and that doesn’t just come from statistics. The Melbourne forward pack are absolutely outstanding and the Eels looked a little bit lost without Peats. Foran is rumoured to be coming back this week which tells me that Michael Jennings will see more of the ball. Since Takairangi has been the play maker in the halves, Michael Jennings has scored 0 tries opposed to his regular 1 try per game average. The defense from both sides should be enough to keep this a low scoring affair.

Key Points
· Hampton will be out due to injury moving Kenny Bromwich into the back row and Tohu Harris into the centers.
· Storm still haven’t conceded over 18 points this season
· Eels need to win if they want to make the finals · Both teams are top 5 defensive teams in the NRL

Conclusion – Click here to see our conclusion bet.
Safe Bet – Storm line +8.5 – $1.39 (Luxbet)
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Penrith Panthers vs Gold Coast titans Sunday, May 22, 2pm, Pepper Stadium

The odds of this game are generated by historical facts rather than current form. Apart from last weeks game against New Zealand which was decided by 12 points, they have not played a game decided by a bigger margin than 8 points. Five of the last six games between these two sides have been decided by 18 or more points, although both teams are playing reasonably well at the moment and share certain similarities this season which may force the game to have a different result. David Mead, will be absent from this match putting Nene McDonald into his spot which makes me question Gold Coasts ability to score from that wing. Nathan Peats will be playing his debut game under Gold coast which may even up the playing field defensively. I predict Penrith to win by a small margin in a high scoring affair

Key Points
· Titans have have not beaten anyone in the top 8. Penrith are 7th
· 7 of the last 8 matches have exceeded 38 points
· Both teams score their majority of the points in the second half according to this seasons statistics

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Safe – Titans +20.5 – $1.25 (Ladbrokes)
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Nth Queensland Cowboys vs Brisbane Broncos Friday, May 20, 8pm, 1300 Smiles Stadium

With last weeks controversial match against Storm, Cowboys are at home playing against arguably the best side in the competition. Alex Glenn and andrew McCullough are set to return, as Cowboys will play their usual side. The last 2 games between these sides have been nothing short of amazing and this game should follow suit. In Brisbanes loss against Cronulla 2 weeks back, Cronullas strategy to shut down Anthony Milford worked well, which is what they can expect from Cowboys this Friday. Cowboys have won the last 5/6 encounters at home against Brisbane. Both teams are in the top 2 in attacking statistics for this season while Brisbane are the best defensively while Cowboys rank third.

Key Points
· Michael Morgan has scored in 9/12 matches against Brisbane
· Brisbanes losses this season have been decided by 1 and 2 points
· Both teams rank top 3 in defense and offense

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Safe bet – Broncos +11.5 – $1.29 (Luxbet)
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Round 10 – After Round Review

Dragons vs Raiders lived up to every bodies expectations as a terrible game. A power outage had caused the game to be played in a dim setting as the only source of light was a high powered torch. Some may argue that the Raiders were robbed of their victory due to the mediocrity in refereeing which also resulted in an early try from Joseph Leilua being denied. The amount of errors and penalties given away in this match made it just about unbearable to watch. Jack Wightons performance was disgraceful to say the least, making error after error and also one that costed his team the game, passing the ball after the siren had sounded at the end of the first half of Golden Point which was intercepted by Dragons winger, Euan Aitken to be put down for a try. Despite the efforts or lack thereof, we had 2/3 bets saluting. Each way under 12.5 was a favourite of mine as I knew that there were gonna be a small amount of tries scored so even if the game turned out to be a one sided match up either way the 12.5 points would’ve been and was enough to suffice. The safe bet saluted as always with no team to score 30 points. The exotic bet was a bit of a let down considering Dragons haven’t scored in the second half for the majority of the season and I expected them to do what they always do and rely on their defence to protect their lead in the second half.

Parramatta vs Sth Sydney was disappointing from the perspective of a punter as Rabbitohs downed the Eels in the last 10 minutes of the game. Without Foran and Peats, Parramatta played decent but looked incomplete although it was the Rabbitohs who looked in great form defensively. Semi Radradra managed to score a hat trick, which has been less common these days playing along side Jennings. There are few teams who can step up to the plate at Pirtek Stadium and it was a combination of missing key players and Rabbitohs finding form that allowed the game to turn in the way that it did. Our bets went 1/3 this match, with only our Safe Bet saluting. Parramatta had the game in the bag up until 8 minutes before the final siren allowing 2 Rabbitohs tries to pass.

Storm vs Cowboys was an outstanding game as expected. Koroibete was a late inclusion which was much needed as Storms injuries in the centers still burden them. Young gun Suliasi Vunivalu felt the pressure from an experienced Cowboys side as he seemed hesitant to catch the bombs put up by Thurston after dropping the first one which resulted in a Cowboys try. Another result of bad refereeing may have worked in our favour as Cameron Smith who was clearly offside made a tackle on Thurston who was attempting to even up the scores to bring the match into Golden Point. This game was especially good as we didn’t apply a safe bet and went straight for the throat, so to speak.

Dragons vs Raiders The game was expected to be low scoring, considering these are 2 of the best defensive teams in the league. So the 12.5 point on either side was enough leeway in case Storm didn’t perform as well as we expected. Our exotic bet saluted as Tohu Harris is an absolute workhorse and Hampton barely ever sees the try line and our $4.20 shot Storm 1-12 came through giving us 3/3 to compensate for the hiccup in the Parramatta game. Brisbane vs Manly was another game that went exactly how we expected, with Brisbane casually putting them to the sword at Suncorp Stadium. After the Punishment Manly copped from the Cowboys at Brookvale in round 9, it was quite clear that there was no chance of bouncing back and going pound for pound with Broncos on their home turf (Although it was considered a Manly home game.) There was no real strategy behind this bet besides the fact that they are 2 different classes of teams playing in the one place that most teams dread to play this season. We went 3/3 here too bringing our tips to 9/12 for the weekend.

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Greater Western Sydney v Gold Coast, Spotless Stadium – Saturday 4.35pm

The two expansion clubs go head to head, both teams have similar quality lists but are at total different ends of the ladder. GWS are flying they are going to challenge for the premiership and run clubs off their feet all year. Whilst GC are struggling through injuries and not playing as a team. This game should be high scoring as GWS will run all over the Suns at their home deck. GC got ran over by Melbourne last week whilst GWS had a solid win over at Fremantle. GC are #17 in the competition for defence and against the Giants this is bad news.

Conclusion: GWS – 54.5 @ 1.93 (Bet365)
Safe: Wire to wire GWS lead every quarter @ 1.30 (Crownbet)
Exotic: Jeremy Cameron most goals @ 2.75 (Bet365)
Bonus risk: GWS by 73+ @ 2.90 (Bet365)

Brisbane v Collingwood, Gabba – Saturday 7:25pm

A match that is exciting but between two clubs playing some terrible footy this year. The match should be very close and I expect it to be scrappy. With the Lions captain Tom Rockliff out that is a huge blow for the young side. Collingwood need to make a stand and try as a team. The Collingwood midfield should be on top here with Pendles, Sidebottom and Treloar and this is the edge they need to snatch a game over their against the Lions.

Conclusion: Wire to wire any other result @ 2.00 (Crownbet)
Safe: Either team under 39.5 @ 1.36 (Ladbrokes)
Exotic: Collingwood 1-39 @ 2.85 (Crownbet)
Bonus risk: Pendlebury most possessions Group A @ 4.75 (Ladbrokes)

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

Two teams playing some very exciting football, they are both young and playing a very attacking brand of footy. I do expect the Bulldogs after a great performance against the Crows to back it up again. Whereas Melbourne smashed a flat Gold Coast team and will need to play above their best to beat the doggies.

Conclusion: Bulldogs -9.5 @ 1.71 (Crownbet)
Safe: Bulldogs win @ 1.50 (Crownbet)
Exotic: Bulldgos 1-39 @ 2.15 (Crownbet)
Bonus risk: Melbourne behind first score @ 4.00 (Bet365)


St George Illawarra Dragons v Canberra Raiders Thursday, May 12, 8pm, UOW Jubilee Oval

A much needed bye after that terrible performance against Warriors last can only do good for the Dragons. Their signature defensive traits were picked apart by an inexperienced side and they were basically embarrassed. Both teams have a considerable amount of players backing up from test or city vs country games. The loss of Jack De Belin to a shoulder injury comes as quite a concern as he is a key contributor to the Dragons defense. Joel Thompson returns for Dragons which couldn’t have come at a better time considering De Belins absence . Tim Lafai returns as well which can only contribute to the Dragons much needed attack and Josh Dugan moves back to Fullback. Edrick Lee maybe in doubt for the Raiders which can be covered quite easily. Considering this game is played at Jubilee Stadium, rather than WIN Stadium on a Thursday night, I would be inclined to say that this will be a low scoring game.

Key Points
• Dragons haven’t scored a try in the second half in 7/9 matches this season
• Dragons have been kept scoreless in 2 matches this season
• Ex Raider Joel Thompson has scored a try 2/2 games against his former club last season

Conclusion – Click here to see our conclusion bet.
Safe Bet – Niether Team to Score 30 Points – $1.33 (Crownbet)
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Parramatta Eels v South Sydney Rabbitohs Friday, May 13, 8pm, Pirtek Stadium

There is no doubt that Parramatta are the better side in this match based on current form. Rabbitohs have been mediocre at best and there are rumors that major configurations are being made to the team coming into Friday nights clash. Greg Inglis is going to shift into 5/8 with Alex Johnston moving to Fullback, moving Luke Keary to the bench. Keiran Foran will more than likely miss this weeks clash and is expected to return next week, meaning Brad Takairangi will be taking on his duties again. Rabbitohs have not beaten a team in the top 8 all season and despite the Eels salary cap dramas and change ups that it may bring to the side, there are very few that can shake Parramatta at Pirtek stadium and if a top tier team such as Cowboys couldn’t get past them there, I don’t believe Rabbitohs have the heart to get the job done either.

Key Points
• Nathan Peats may be dropped due to salary cap compliance
• Rabbitohs last 5 losses have been by greater margins than the current games line -6.0
• Inglis had played as a key component in the halves for Storm in his earlier years With Foran absent in round 9, we saw a different attack than the usual Jennings and Radradra as they started to utilise the left side of the wing a bit more.

Conclusion – Click here to see our conclusion bet.
Safe bet – Alternative Total over 28.5 – $1.25 (Bet 365)
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Manly Sea Eagles v Brisbane Broncos Saturday, May 14, 7.50pm, Suncorp Stadium

Brisbane are looking much like a premiership side already this season. In round 9 they were defeated by Cronulla in a very close battle. Having said that, Cronulla somehow put 26 points on Brisbane in the first half which is nothing short of amazing but to be able to bounce back in the second half and bring the game within 2 points at Shark Park is why Broncos are a side that you should never bet against. Brisbane have a debutant in replacement for Alex Glenn and Brett Stewart returns for Manly. This match is considered a Manly home game although it is played at Brisbanes home ground and even if it was played at Brookvale, I would still be inclined to take Broncos by a large margin after Manlys poor effort to shut down Cowboys in round 9, which seen the scores surpass the highest total at Brookvale in the last 10 years.

Key Points
• Matt Parcell is an ex Bronco
• Except against the Premiers Cowboys, Brisbane have won all games at Suncorp 15+ this season
• Manly will not win this match

Conclusion – Click here to see our conclusion bet.
Safe Bet – Broncos win – $1.22 (Luxbet)
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Melbourne Storm vs Nth Queensland Cowboys Saturday, May 14, 5:30pm, Suncorp Stadium

This match may be geared up to be the best of the round. Both top 4 sides battling on neutral ground will be a test of strength on all parts. These teams have not faced each other on neutral ground for over 10 years. Storm have not beaten any top 8 sides this year although they have gained momentum through their last 2 matches, putting up impressive scores up 35 while holding their opposition to nil. Storms defence is the best in the league which should counteract North Queenslands attack. Storm have not conceded over 18 points this season while Cowboys average conceded points is around 14.5 points this season. The only concern is that the injuries in the centers and wing may leave Storm vulnerable to Cowboys game plan.

Key points
• Suliasi Vunivalu has scored 2 tries in all 3 games he has played this season
• Storm have won 10/13 matches at Suncorp while Cowboys have only won 6/17
• Storm have not beaten anybody in the top 8 while Cowboys have a 50% record against top 8 sides
Conclusion – Either team under 12.5 – $1.76 (Luxbet)

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New York Mets v Atlanta Braves ⚾️
Second match of the three day series takes place 9:00am Wednesday in New York. New York secured a 4-1 victory in today’s match. This makes it 4 straight wins for Mets against Braves in 2016.
Pitching for Mets is M HARVEY who is 2-3 this season however has had an average start to the season but teams like Braves is where he is dominant. Opponent is WILSER who has started a 0-2 season.
During the last 4 encounters Mets have 21 Home runs compared to Braves 8. This shows not only are Mets hitters more dominant but there Pitches are strong all round.
New York Mets to Win @ $1.41 (Ladbrokes)
New York Mets -1.5 @ $1.95 (Crownbet)
Race to 3 Runs – Mets @ $1.75 (Crownbet)


Chicago Cubs v Pittsburgh Pirates ⚾️
Cubs v Pirates to take place 9:00am tomorrow morning with Cubs defeating Pirates 7-2 on Tuesday.
However straight to the main factor in this game is Pitching. Set for an incredible battle between ARRIETA (Cubs) v NIESE (pirates). ARRIETA is the stronger pitcher 5-0 this season with a consistent ERA of 1. NIESE is currently 3-0 this season with an ERA of 5.08. Both pitches will be looking to keep their winning streak. However NIESE has a way higher ERA this will benefit Cubs big hitters majorly!
Cubs to score more than 3.5 runs @ $1.67 (Luxbet)


St George Illawarra Dragons v Sydney Roosters Monday – 4pm , Allianz Stadium, Sydney

An interesting matchup this week between these two sides as last week we saw Roosters nearly upset Penrith and St George having their best performance of the season against Titans. Defense is certainly not an issue to the Dragons though I think most would agree that they possess the worst attack in the NRL. If Roosters let some tries leak early in the game, losing the first half, I can see Dragons going ahead to win the game. Roosters defense is subpar at best although there are whispers that veterans Boyd Cordner and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves may be late inclusions, returning from injury to even the playing field. Besides the embarrassment that occurred at 1300 Smiles against Cowboys, where Roosters were obliterated 40-0, they have managed to stay within single digits of every opponent they have faced. Dragons have a better record on ANZAC day matches and have won the majority of the clashes between Dragons vs Roosters in general, though the recent form would suggest that Roosters could outclass them in this one. From the aforementioned we can gather that this game will be close, defensive and low scoring.

Key Points
• Shaun Kenny-Dowall has scored 5 times in the last 5 games vs Dragons
• Dragons have scored under 20 points in every match this season
• Roosters have won 6 of their last 7 games against Dragons All Bets on Crown

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Safe – Neither Team Scores 30 – $1.30 (CROWNBET)
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Cronulla Sharks v Penrith Panthers Sunday, 4pm, Shark Park, Sydney

Cronulla have been impressive so far this season earning themselves a spot in the top 4, while Penrith are sitting 10th on the ladder with only points % keeping from being a top 8 side. Ex Panther Luke Lewis returns to Cronulla from suspension, adding to the already superior defense that the Sharks possess. Sam Mckendry is out for Panthers, which could damage their chances. Panthers are one of the few teams that can travel to Shark Park and win against the home side having done it on numerous occasions. Sharks have not lost a game at home this season and Penrith have not won consecutive games this season making Cronulla the more favourable side to back in this match up.

Key Points
• Penriths win/loss point difference is 8 points or less for this season
• Besides Canberra and sides in the bottom 4, Sharks victories this season have been decided by 8 points or less.
• Penrith have won the last 5/10 games at Shark Park with 8/10 of the Total scores resulting in over 40

Conclusion – Tri Bet – Either Team Under 12.5 – $1.75 (CROWNBET)
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Melbourne Storm vs New Zealand Warriors Monday, 7pm, AAMI Park

The Anzac day clashes between these two sides have been nothing short of spectacular in the past and we are hoping that this game carries on this Monday in the same fashion. Warriors played some remarkable rugby last week to take down the Bulldogs at Westpac Stadium for the first time. Unfortunately one of Warriors top tier players, fullback Roger Tuivasa-Sheck, has suffered an injury which has resulted in him being out for the season. Lolohea will move from the halves into fullback to take over Tuivasa-Shecks duties while Luluai moves into the halves to offside Shaun Johnson. Storm played rather average last week when they defeated West Tigers in golden point, with rookie Suliasi Vunavalu picking up two tries in replacement of Young Tonuimapaea. This week Tonuimapaea returns to the side, as does Manu Vatuvei for the Warriors. This may be the hardest game of the round to tip so there may be more inclination to bet on the games match points rather than to tip a winner.

Key points
• Monday night games tend to be lower scoring
• Storm are the only team who haven’t conceded 20 points this season
• Storm have won the last two encounters at AAMI Park

Conclusion – Total Points under 40.5 – $1.85 (CROWNBET)
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