2016 NRL Round 14 Betting Multi


The 2016 NRL season continues this weekend with every team returning to action, as there will be no byes. We take a look at five matches with the best value and have our NRL Round 14 Multi of the Week here.

To start things off this week, we will be taking the South Sydney Rabbitohs in their match against the Wests Tigers. Both of these sides are coming off of losses but the Bunnies had the better performance, as the Tigers haven’t been able to find consistency this season. The Rabbits had a slow start against the Titans and that could be credited to their two halves being involved in the Origin match earlier in the week. They were able to storm their way back into the match to their credit and it could have easily went their way as their field goal in golden point was disallowed due to obstruction. The Tigers will be without Matt Ballin for the rest of the season, which will ensure NSW hooker Robbie Farah will start for the side despite the issues between him and coach Jason Taylor. Farah’s style of play seems to hinder the halves pairing of Mitchell Moses and Luke Brooks and that could impact the side’s ability to pull of an upset this weekend.

The Newcastle Knights are sitting on the bottom of the table and have allowed an incredible 441 points against them in 13 matches at an average of 34 points per game. This is far too high for a side to be successful and it is a main reason as to why they have just one win to their name. They are up against a team that loves to attack in the Warriors and they lived up to their potential in a big win against the Broncos on the weekend. Shaun Johnson and Tuimoala Lolohea had terrific games and were constant sparks for the side. If the side is able to put on a similar performance again this weekend they will earn a comfortable victory in this one. The Warriors also have a strong record in Newcastle and have already defeated this weekend’s opponent this year by 30-points.

In our third leg we will be predicting the Gold Coast Titans to continue their successful season with a win against the Parramatta Eels. The Titans were predicted by many to finish the season as the wooden spooners but their latest win on the weekend against the Rabbitohs has seen them move into the top eight. The injuries that were suffered by key players prior to the season starting have been overcome as rookie halfback Ashley Taylor is having one of the best season’s of any rookie. He has shown how dominant he can be and his field goal in golden point on the weekend shows the 20-year-old can perform under pressure and will be a star of the future. The addition of Nathan Peats to the side has already improved the side and as he adjusts to his new team he will continue to create combinations. Meanwhile the Eels season from hell has continued over their bye period as it was confirmed they lost $1.2 million dollar signing Kieran Foran for the season due to a shoulder injury. The side will be down after two losses in their last three games as well as the salary cap drama that will see them stripped of 12 competition points.

The Melbourne Storm will travel to Sydney to take on the Roosters who have suffered a lot of injuries over the past week. First it was Boyd Cordner who injured his foot in his man of the match performance for New South Wales and then they lost Mitchell Pearce prior to kick off and Latrell Mitchell will join the two players on the sidelines this weekend. Cordner is expected to miss the rest of the season whilst Pearce and Mitchell’s injuries aren’t very serious. Meanwhile the Storm is becoming healthier and they showed on the weekend they can earn a big victory despite their injury troubles. Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk both backed up from State of Origin and they starred in the side’s win against the Panthers. Their defence was brilliant whilst Cronk managed the game and had the ball on a string as he would produce constant repeat sets and kicks that led to tries. Cronk has regained his best form and it will be hard for the Roosters to stand a chance without their star players.

In our last leg we will be predicting the defending premiers the North Queensland Cowboys to come out on top against the current competition leaders Cronulla Sharks. This will be a terrific match, as the Cowboys will look to make a statement and snap the Sharks nine game winning streak. The Sharks ended the Cowboys long winning streak last season and they will want to return the favour this year. These two sides have an evenly matched forward pack and back line but it is the halves where the Cowboys have a clear advantage, which is generally the case when you are discussing Johnathan Thurston. Chad Townsend doesn’t have much experience in big matches and with a lot of stake in this contest we are predicting a finals type match to be played. It will be a close game which will play into the hands of the Cowboys as they have shown over the past two seasons when the game is on the line they find a way to win.

NRL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Rabbitohs to defeat Tigers – $1.45
Warriors to defeat Knights – $1.36
Titans to defeat Eels – $1.80
Storm to defeat Roosters – $1.47
Cowboys to defeat Sharks – $1.90

Total odds: $9.91
Return on $50: $495.70

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