2016 NRL Round 10 Betting Multi


The 2016 NRL season returns on Thursday night and we take a look at five matches with the best value and offer our round 10 preview and betting multi.

In the first match of round 11 we will be backing the Raiders to return to form against the Dragons. The Raiders have the capabilities of being one of the best attacking sides in the competition but injuries have hampered the growth of their combinations this season but every match that halves Aiden Seizer and Blake Austin get to play together they will continually improve and the side will benefit. Joseph Leilua and Jordan Rapana have shown how dangerous they can be on the right edge as the two have combined for a large amount of tries in recent weeks and we are backing them to get the upper hand of their opponents this weekend. The Dragons have struggled in attack all season and we don’t expect that to change this weekend, as the Raiders will be desperate for a victory.

For our second leg we will be backing the Eels to make easy work of the Rabbitohs on Friday night. The Eels have had a fortnight from hell and they will want to let it all out on the field next week and the match could easily turn ugly for the Bunnies who have been out of form. The Rabbits have lost five of their last six matches and haven’t been able to put on a full 80-minute performance since the second round of the competition. Their consistency has been affected due to injuries to key players but they should be playing at a higher level considering the players they have in their line-up. However, we are expecting the bunnies struggles to continue as the Eels begin to earn competition points again after they were stripped of all 12-points last week.

The Warriors won their last match despite having the majority of their star players out of their line up. Those six players will return to the side this weekend along with Simon Mannering and Tuimalolo Lolohea returning from injury. It will be a massive boost for the side as it will give them a lot more punch in the forward pack and an improved defence whilst their attack will also be bolstered by Lolohea back in the line up. He has been a stand out player for the Warriors this season despite their struggles and he has been a consistent performer. Meanwhile the Panthers have shown they are capable of finding a way to lose a match and all of their contests have been close this season. We are predicting another close one but the Warriors having that extra x-factor to get themselves over the line as a lot of their players will have a point to prove after being dropped for disciplinary reasons.

The Cowboys have shown all season that they are the team to beat despite losing two matches. The defending champions have the same line up that saw them lift the premiership trophy last year and that has seen them build upon their combinations. Lachlan Coote and Michael Morgan are continuing to become super star players in their own right and their contribution in the spine has taken a lot of pressure off Johnathn Thurston. Meanwhile the forward pack dominates their opponents and lays the platform for them to dominate on. The Storm currently have the best defence in the competition and in their last two matches they have scored a combined 80-points and held their opponents scoreless. However, that won’t be the situation this weekend as the Storm will put up a fight but as their home match is played at Suncorp stadium they won’t have that advantage and the Cowboys will earn the two points.

In our final leg we will be looking to take advantage of a for sure thing to wrap up our multi. The Sharks defeated the competition leaders the Broncos last week in an impressive performance. Their halves pairing of Chad Townsend and James Maloney has been improving every single week and Maloney is almost definitely going to be selected for an Origin jersey. Their talented back line is dominant on the right hand side as Jack Bird and Valentine Holmes are threatening every time they get the hands on the ball. They are up against the Knights that have just one win to their name all season and they have already had some embarrassing losses. We are expecting another big score line to be put on them.

NRL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Raiders to defeat Dragons – $1.70
Eels to defeat Rabbitohs – $1.48
Warriors to defeat Panthers – $2.35
Cowboys to defeat Storm – $1.45
Sharks to defeat Knights – $1.18

Total odds: $10.12
Return on $100: $505.82

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