2016 NRL Round 6 Betting Multi

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After having a great start to our NRL multi for round 5 by picking the first three results correctly, we ended poorly with the Panthers stealing it late against the Eels and the Raiders overpowering the Bulldogs. We will take another shot at a big payday this week as we offer our NRL Round 6 Betting Multi.

The South Sydney Rabbitohs held on for victory against the Manly Sea Eagles last week. They raced to a 16-0 lead in the opening 20 minutes but after that they were bombarded and only had 30% of possession but their defence did enough to hold on for a 4-point victory. The side is missing Adam Reynolds as Luke Keary and Cody Walker aren’t creating points whilst Greg Inglis is continuing to put on poor performances with his knee injuries clearly hampering his involvement. Meanwhile Sam Burgess will improve with a game under his belt and their forward pack should dominate the Roosters inexperienced side similar to how they did in the opening match of the round. The Roosters are winless despite being in a lot of close encounters and we expect the side to narrowly miss out on victory.

We are backing the Canberra Raiders to cause an upset and win back-to-back matches when they take on the Parramatta Eels on Saturday at Pirtek Stadium. The Eels were left heartbroken as Bryce Cartwright crossed for a try in the 80th minute to hand them defeat. It was their second loss of the season and they will need to improve their attack if they want to return to winning ways. The Eels have only conceded 59 points this season but have scored just 70 points. Meanwhile the Raiders have had no problem scoring this season with 117 points to their name and their defence was a lot stronger with their halves pairing back in the side Aiden Seizer and Blake Austin. They were able to control the game against the Bulldogs and we are expecting them to have a similar impact against the Eels this weekend and crack their solid defence.

The North Queensland Cowboys bounced back after their loss to the Broncos to hand the Dragons a massive 36-0 loss. We are expecting them to continue that good form into this weekend and hand the Panthers a loss on home soil. The Panthers defence is averaging 20 points against them a game which is a bad sign considering they are coming up against the defending champions who have the best attack in the competition. Led by Johnathan Thurston, the Cowboys are averaging just under 27 points a game, whilst they have the best defence in the league allowing just 11 points. It is a terrific combination to be the best attacking and defensive side in the competition and it will contribute to their comfortable win.

The Newcastle Knights had their best performance of the season last week against the Storm in Melbourne but we are expecting them to lose this weekend against the Wests Tigers. The Knights haven’t won a match this season and their inexperienced squad continues to fall into lapses throughout matches that allow their opponents to gain the upper hand. Meanwhile the Tigers are on a three game losing streak and will be desperate to return to the form they showed in the opening two matches that gave them two big victories. James Tedesco has been their standout player this season and is regarded by a lot of experts to be the obvious choice as New South Wales Origin fullback. He will have a great chance to demonstrate his attacking skills this weekend against the worst defence in the league.

In our final leg we will be backing the Melbourne Storm to defeat the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs on home soil. The Storm weren’t at their best against the Knights last week and a lot of it had to do with their reshuffled back line. Marika Koroibete returns this weekend and it will allow Tohu Harris to return back to the back row. The Bulldogs will need to overcome their inconsistencies, as they need to improve their attack on the back of the work done by their forward pack. Moses Mbye has been instrumental in his side’s three wins whilst he has been non-existent in the contests they have lost. If the Dogs are to stand a chance in this match they will need Mbye to straighten their attack and put his strong running game into action as they have played their best football when he is taking the line on. However, the Storm is a hard side to beat on home soil and we are expecting them to be too strong in this one.

NRL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Rabbitohs to defeat Roosters – $1.40

Raiders to defeat Eels – $2.45

Cowboys to defeat Panthers – $1.67

Tigers to defeat Knights – $1.80

Storm to defeat Bulldogs – $1.70

Total Odds: $17.53
Return on $50: $876.40 (Cash back up to $50, if one leg fails)

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April 5, 2016 by : Posted in Expert Betting Tips No Comments

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