2016 NRL Round 11 Betting Multi


The 2016 NRL season continues this weekend with a lot of massive matches taking place including a Grand Final replay between the Broncos and Cowboys. Continue reading for our NRL Round 11 betting multi.

To start things off this weekend we will be backing the Rabbitohs to build on their victory from last week and push for a place in the top eight. The move of Greg Inglis wasn’t much of a success despite the victory as they were trailing at the 60th minute when he was moved into the centres as Luke Keary came off the bench into the five eighth position. However, this sparked the side and gave them a lot of momentum in the back end of the match and Inglis played a massive role in the centres in his sides victory. This weekend he will take place in the centres where he first begun to dominate the game years ago before his switch to fullback. He is a hard task for any player to tackle one on one and youngster Euan Aitken will be up against it this weekend. The Dragons were able to grab a victory in their last match but their attack continues to struggle and they rely too heavily on their defence to earn the two competition points. We are backing the Bunnies to earn a victory and get revenge on their early loss this season.

The Cowboys are hosting the Broncos in a 2015 Grand Final rematch and if their last two meetings is anything to go by we are in for an entertaining and close fixture. The last two matches have been settled by a field goal in extra time and we are expecting another tight encounter with not much separating the two sides. The match will be won on which forward pack can get the upper hand and create enough space for their backs to utilise. The halves pairing of Johnathan Thurston and Michael Morgan are matched by Ben Hunt and Anthony Milford with all four of the players being in terrific form. It is one of the most evenly matched meetings between two sides and it is no surprise that this one will be close. We are predicting the home side to get the win with the advantage of playing on their home soil where they are undefeated this season and averaged over 30 points per contest.

In our third leg we will be predicting the Raiders to snap out of their losing slump and earn a victory against the Warriors in New Zealand. The Raiders were disappointing in their loss against the Dragons last week and were clearly the better side on the day. They missed a lot of opportunities and dropped the ball over the line, which ultimately cost the side the two competition points. They are one of the better attacking sides in the competition when they are on and as they are coming up against one of the weaker teams in the competition in defence we are predicting this match will be very high scoring contest. The Warriors are beginning to return to full strength as Manu Vatuvei and Simon Mannering will return to the line up this weekend but the loss of Roger Tuivasa-Sheck for the season is still being felt by the side and the Raiders will win this one.

The Cronulla Sharks earned one of their biggest wins in club history as the embarrassed the Knights on their home ground. The Sharks were on fire and their new halves pairing of Chad Townsend and James Maloney has clearly proved to be a big success as their points scoring has improved drastically this season. These two players are in line for a possible State of Origin call up and it would be no surprise if they were picked. The Sharks are currently on a seven game winning streak as their last loss came against the Sea Eagles at Brookvale. This time around they will have the advantage of playing on home soil and it will be a big plus as the Sea Eagles will welcome back Brett Stewart this weekend. The Sea Eagles are a far better side with Stewart at fullback as their defence allows on average 14-points less when he is there whilst their attack improves with him at the playmaking role sweeping out the back. However, that won’t be enough as they will lose some punch with Martin Taupau sidelined through suspension and the Sharks in great form.

In our final leg we will be predicting the Storm to continue their great run of form and defeat the Eels at Pirtek stadium to compound their woes this season. After losing 12-competition points due to breaching the salary cap, the Eels released their young star hooker Nathan Peats from contract to put themselves under the cap and unfortunately for the side, in their first match they could play for points they lost despite leading 20-6 in the second half. Their attacking spark was lacking without their hooker and Kieran Foran and if the New Zealand five-eighth isn’t back for this contest we believe they will be lacking in attack and unable to crack the Storms defence. The Storm have been the best defensive team in the competition over the past month which includes holding two opponents to 0 points over the 80-minutes. Meanwhile their offence has improved as Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk have returned to their best form.

NRL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Rabbitohs to defeat Dragons – $1.48
Cowboys to defeat Broncos – $1.70
Raiders to defeat Warriors – $2.00
Sharks to defeat Sea Eagles – $1.30
Storm to defeat Eels – $2.00

Total odds: $13.08
Return on $50: $654.16

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