2016 NRL Round 15 Betting Multi


NRL Round 15 has only four matches due to the byes but we will still have our Multi of the Week available below!

The South Sydney Rabbitohs will need to bounce back this weekend if they are going to make a late surge towards the finals but we are predicting the Parramatta Eels will earn the two points. The Bunnies have been poor in their last two defeats and they will be without three of their biggest stars this weekend as Greg Inglis and Adam Reynolds will be playing in State of Origin game 2 and Sam Burgess has an injured collarbone and is likely to miss a week. Even if the big English forward does take the field, the Rabbitohs record without Inglis and Reynolds is poor and it will be too hard for the side to overcome this. The Eels were able to win their second straight match as Corey Norman had a great game in the halfback position whilst Kenny Edwards was solid as a five-eighth replacement considering he is a backrower. The Eels have a great defence whilst they will manage to score enough points against the Bunnies who have been inconsistent.

In the second match of the weekend we will be predicting the Melbourne Storm to defeat the St George Illawarra Dragons without their two origin stars and club captain Cameron Smith and Cooper Cronk. The Storm have been at their brilliant best for the last two months and have climbed to the top of the table on the back of their big performance against the Roosters on the weekend. Their defence is by far the best in the league and the Dragons will struggle to crack it as they have scored the least amount of points in the competition. The Storm have a lot of depth and coach Craig Bellamy has a decade of experience throughout the origin period and will know how to get the best out of his players. The Dragons will keep the match close but the Storm will find a way to win on the back of their experienced forward pack and future star fullback Cameron Munster.

In our third leg we will be backing the New Zealand Warriors to win their third straight match and continue to give the Roosters a season to forget. The Warriors have lifted in their performances in their last two matches as they defeated the Broncos at home and the Knights on the home in entertaining fashion. In both matches they surpassed 40-points and with the Roosters struggling to defend all season it could be another long night for the Chookies fans and coach Trent Robinson. The tri-colours will be without Aiden Guerra who will be playing for Queensland but they could be boosted by the return of Mitchell Pearce from injury. This will give the side a lot more direction around the field but it won’t be enough for them to earn a victory on the road.

The final match of the weekend has the Gold Coast Titans hosting the Manly Sea Eagles and we are predicting the home side to get the victory in this one. The Titans suffered a disappointing loss against the Eels in Darwin on the weekend but the side continued to put up a fight despite clearly being exhausted from the travel the team was forced to do over the previous week including a match that headed into golden point. Meanwhile the Sea Eagles could have given their coach Trent Barrett a heart attack as they were leading 24-4 early in the second half but capitulated in defence and allowed 27 unanswered points to lose the match on their home soil. The injuries to the side clearly hampered them, as they needed their experienced players to lead them to victory. To add to their injuries they will be without Dylan Walker who was again selected for New South Wales. The Titans have a superior forward pack and more creativity in their back line and with Konrad Hurrell having a match under his belt, he could be ready to have a lot of impact in this contest against the inexperienced Sea Eagles centres.

NRL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Eels to defeat Rabbitohs – $1.80
Storm to defeat Dragons – $2.65
Warriors to defeat Roosters – $1.47
Titans to defeat Sea Eagles – $1.50

Total Odds: $10.52
Return on $50: $525.89

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