2017 NRL Multi Round 7

NRL Multi Round 7
The 2017 NRL season continues this Easter weekend with the action kicking off on Friday night. We take a look at five of the best value matches for our NRL Round 7 betting multi.

To kick off our multi we will be backing the Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs to defeat the South Sydney Rabbitohs to kick off the weekend of NRL. The Bulldogs are on a two game winning streak and the man they have to thank the most hasn’t been named, however he is on an extended bench and we are predicting him to take the field as halfback or at least be on the bench. We are of course talking about Matt Frawley. He has played two NRL games and has been brilliant, bringing a lot of direction to the team which has allowed Josh Reynolds to play at his best. When he stepped onto the field against the Knights the Bulldogs became a better side and it put them on the way to victory. Meanwhile the Rabbitohs are coming off their third win of the season against a depleted Panthers outfit. Adam Reynolds was calm and collected with the game on the line as he slotted a field goal. However, we aren’t predicting the match to be that close this weekend as the Rabbitohs will struggle to score as they will be on the backfoot against the Bulldogs big forward pack.

In the second leg of our multi we will be predicting the Sydney Roosters to bounce back and earn the victory against the Newcastle Knights. The Roosters suffered their second straight loss and it was a humiliating one. They were torn apart against the Broncos in Brisbane and it has resulted in Latrell Mitchell being dropped. Halves Mitchell Pearce and Luke Keary will be looking to steer the ship back in the right direction and we believe they will be able to carve the Knights up this Friday night. The Knights have been able to be competitive in all of their games except for one this season but have just the one win to their names. They have played above expectations and put a lot of effort into their contests. However, they don’t have the killer edge in the side to make the difference between a win and a loss. The Roosters have a quality squad and this could turn into a long night for the home side.

The Melbourne Storm suffered their first loss of the season but we believe they will earn the win on the road against the Manly Sea Eagles. The two arch rivals will do battle once again and we believe the Storm will be too strong. They will be without centre Will Chambers who was charged with a shoulder charge but they could receive a big boost with Cameron Munster named on an extended bench. He is racing the clock to return but if he does it will do their attack a world of good. They have the best defence in the league and it will be hard for the Sea Eagles to crack it. Tom Trbjovecic has been brilliant for the Sea Eagles in all of their matches but Daly Cherry-Evans had an off match last week and he can’t afford to have a reoccurrence of that effort. The forward pack of the Storm will have more punch, even with Jesse Bromwich likely to be on the sidelines. We believe it will end in a comfortable win for the away team.

In the fourth leg of our multi we will be backing the Canberra Raiders to put on a great attacking display and earn the victory against the New Zealand Warriors. Both of these teams are on a two game winning streak but ultimately it has been the Raiders who have been the most impressive and consistent side this season. They carved the Titans up last week and it is their right edge that is doing the most damage. Jordan Rapana and Joseph Leiluia are damaging ball runners and are always looking to get it in their hands. Meanwhile the Warriors have been strong over the last couple of weeks which coincides with Keiran Foran returning from injury. The five-eighth brings a lot to the team as he fits in perfectly with their structure and adds a new dimension to their style. He will continue to lift the side and give them direction but it won’t be enough for them to cause an upset against the Raiders on the road.

The St George Illawarra Dragons are sitting on the top of the table after six rounds and we believe they will consolidate their position by earning a victory over the injury ravaged North Queensland Cowboys. The long list of injuries to the 2015 premiers has continued as their co-captain Johnathan Thurston has been sidelined with a calf injury. The inexperience in the backline increases and it will be hard for them to crack the second best defence in the league. Meanwhile the Dragons have the best attack in the league too and have been scoring points at will. It is a huge turn around for a side that struggled to score points last season. Gareth Widdop has been playing brilliantly and will look to take advantage of the inexperienced Cowboys in the side. Coen Hess will start for the Cowboys as he pushes Ethan Lowe to the bench while Justin O’Neill also makes his return. The Cowboys will put up a fight but ultimately they won’t have enough to trouble the home side in this one.

NRL Round 7 Multi – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Bulldogs to defeat Rabbitohs – $1.81
Roosters to defeat Knights – $1.28
Storm to defeat Sea Eagles – $1.60
Raiders to defeat Warriors – $1.35
Dragons to defeat Cowboys – $1.42

Total Odds: $7.11
Return on $50: $355.50

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