2017 NRL Multi Round 11

The 2017 NRL season continues this weekend and we take a look at the best value head-to-head matches for our NRL Round 11 betting multi.

To kick things off we will be predicting the North Queensland Cowboys to earn a huge victory on the road against the defending premiers the Cronulla Sharks. The Cowboys aren’t likely to have forgot about how they were eliminated from the competition last year – in embarrassing fashion against the Sharks in a preliminary final. They will come out wanting redemption, and to help their chances Johnathan Thurston has travelled with the side and is expected to make an early return to action. It will be a huge boost for a side that saw Jake Granville and Lachlan Coote return last week. They were instrumental in the side snapping a losing streak and earning the victory over the Bulldogs. Meanwhile the Sharks have been inconsistent this season and it hard to determine which side will turn up. They are definitely in a premiership hangover and we believe they will suffer a loss in this one.

In the second leg of our multi we will be predicting the New Zealand Warriors to overcome the St George Illawarra Dragons on home soil. The Warriors took a 28-6 lead into half time against the Penrith Panthers but unfortunately for them they allowed one of the biggest comebacks in history to happen against them. The side was dismal in the second half and they had allowed 24 points to be scored on them in under 20 minutes. However, we do believe they will turn that around in front of their home fans. The side has too much talent on paper and they have plenty of points in them, they just need to be committed for the full 80 minutes. The Dragons weren’t able to hold off the Sharks late and suffered a loss on the road. It was an almighty effort for a side that is without their two best players – Gareth Widdop and Josh Dugan – who are also half of their spine. We are predicting another strong defensive effort for them but ultimately the Warriors will earn the victory.

In the third leg of our multi we will be backing the Brisbane Broncos to cruise to victory on home soil against the Wests Tigers. The long-awaited move for Mitchell Moses to the Eels has finally be completed which leaves a gaping hole in the halves for the Tigers. However, in a boost for the side, Aaron Woods will make his return earlier than expected. The Tigers forward pack is still slim even with Woods returning and the Broncos should steamroll the Tigers up the middle. On the back of this, there will be plenty of opportunities for the Broncos to capitalise on and we believe it will be a big match for Anthony Milford.

In the fourth leg of our multi we will be taking the Penrith Panthers to defeat the Newcastle Knights. The Panthers registered a 40-0 victory against the Knights in round three this season, and we believe it will be a similar scoreline this time around. The Knights are coming off one of their biggest victories in the past two season, there is only three to pick from though. The 34-20 win over the Raiders was credit to their hard work this season but unfortunately for them they face the Panthers who have bounced back into form. The dominance in the second half by the Panthers proves how strong their attack can be and if they are able to put in a performance half as good as that, they will come out with the two competition points.

In the final leg of our multi we will be backing the Sydney Roosters to overcome the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs on Sunday afternoon. The Roosters will enter the match on the back of their most impressive win this season, a dismantling of the Eels last week. The side was strong in all aspects and Latrell Mitchell was excellent in his return to the NRL. He will be looking to cement his spot in the top grade with another strong showing while Mitchell Pearce will want to press his claim for the NSW Origin jersey. The Bulldogs won’t be with Josh Reynolds again due to his hamstring injury and we believe the halves need to switch with Moses Mbye playing a more running role at five-eighth and Matt Frawley moving into the number 7 and controlling the game. Nevertheless, they won’t be able to upset the Roosters.

NRL Round 11 Multi – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Cowboys to defeat Sharks – $2.50
Warriors to defeat Dragons – $1.48
Broncos to defeat Wests Tigers – $1.18
Panthers to defeat Knights – $1.28
Roosters to defeat Bulldogs – $1.48

Total Odds:$8.27
Return on $50: $413.55

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May 16, 2017 by : Posted in Expert Betting Tips No Comments

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