2016 NRL Round 4 Betting Multi

After a massive week of upsets in the NRL, we will be taking a look at round 4 action over the Easter weekend and previewing five matches and making our betting multi.

In the first leg of our multi we will be backing the Cowboys to come out on top against the Broncos in a Grand Final rematch. The Broncos suffered their first loss of the year last week after losing to the Panthers away from home. They raced out to an early 22-6 lead and took their foot off the pedal as they failed to score in the second half. They need to improve their attack and find a way to finish off matches with more class otherwise if they have a lead against the Cowboys it will never be safe. The Cowboys were able to dismantle the defence of the Roosters last week and will be full of confidence after being able to earn the victory without Johnathan Thurston having a dominant performance. It was Lachlan Coote who stepped up and if he and Michael Morgan can continue to have an impact on the match they will continue to be the team to beat this season.

The Sea Eagles picked up a great and important victory against the Sharks on Monday night. They had started the season with two losses but showed great improvement against the Sharks and a lot of it can come down to Brett Stewart returning at fullback. He has a great feel for the game and always inserts himself when he needs too and he takes a lot of pressure off halves pairing Dylan Walker and Daly Cherry-Evans. We are backing the Sea Eagles to earn the victory against the Roosters and continue to give them a season from hell. Dale Copley joined their long list of injured stars and it doesn’t seem as if they are going to be able to get a win for the next few weeks with three rookies in their spine and their inability to put points on the board. They won’t stand a chance this weekend, as the Sea Eagles will earn back-to-back victories.

The Panthers earned a great come from behind victory against the Broncos on Saturday night. It showed a lot of character for the side and it also saw the emergence of a young star in five eighth Te Maire Martin who scored a try to level the scores and cooly slotted the winning field goal. Another boost for the side comes with the return of Matt Moylan this weekend. The star fullback may take time to return to his best but he is a great playmaker that will add a lot of points to the Panthers outfit. Meanwhile the Dragons will be without halfback Benji Marshall and despite earning a victory against the Rabbitohs on Sunday, the conditions helped the side as they were able to block up the middle of the field whilst it was nearly impossible for the outside backs to attack to their full potential.

The Parramatta Eels picked up an upset victory against the Bulldogs last week and the win came on the back of their solid defence. They held out the Bulldogs for long periods and it shows the growth the side has made throughout the offseason as their defence hasn’t been this strong in years. The mentality of the side shows they are willing to win matches on the back of their defence. Meanwhile the Tigers capitulated against the Titans as they raced out to an 18-0 lead and allowed the Titans to come back and score 30 unanswered points. Corey Norman and Keiran Foran have been great in the halves and they will come out on top in this one.

In our final leg we will be backing the Melbourne Storm to continue to remain undefeated to start the season when they take on the Cronulla Sharks on Monday. The Sharks seemed out of sorts when they lost to the Sea Eagles as their playmakers are still learning to play alongside each other. There was a lot of dropped ball whilst they didn’t look threatening in attack. They will need to show drastic signs of improvement and to help do that they will need to reassess having Ben Barba at fullback. They have two more great options in Valentine Holmes and Jack Bird and these two players are bigger, stronger and have speed to burn. Meanwhile the Storm has been able to come out victorious on the back of Cooper Cronk and Cameron Smith combining their experience to lead their team to victory in the final minutes. We believe this match will be close but when it matters most the Storm will again lift and come out on top.

NRL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Cowboys to defeat Broncos – $2.30
Sea Eagles to defeat Roosters – $1.60
Panthers to defeat Dragons – $2.15
Eels to defeat Tigers – $1.52
Storm to defeat Sharks – $2.15

Total odds: $25.86
Return on $50: $1,292.82

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