30 june NRL multisprots

We had another very good weekend with our NRL tips last weekend going 10/14 hitting two of our high risk tips and making a very good profit!  We stuck to our 98% win rate on our safe NRL tips.  This weekend safe tips are almost all on BET365, we also have a 12 leg multi going up on our FACEBOOK PAGE for everyone, make sure you place this with BET365 as they offer a 50% bonus on 12 leg multis.  We just hit our 12 leg tennis multi today also.  Click HERE to create a bet365 account and receive a BONUS $300.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Safe – Sharks win – $1.30 (Crownbet)
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