NRL Round 19 Multi of the Week

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This week has a lot of close match ups, which will increase our odds to a juicy amount.

The Sharks made easy work of the Dragons last week in an impressive performance. They head to Canberra to take on the green machine that have been inconsistent all season and they will now be without their improved halfback for six weeks as Sam Williams reinjured his lung.

The Rabbitohs should be up for the challenge against the Dragons that have lost five straight. The Red V will have a lot of key players returning from injury but if the defending premiers are going to click, now is the time.

The Broncos are on top of the ladder and last weeks grinding performance against the Bulldogs is a testament to why they are there. The Tigers will still be without Robbie Farah and that should be enough by itself to see the Broncos defence hold out the inexperienced Tigers outfit.

The Sea Eagles have finally put their injury woes and contract dramas behind them as they are starting to field a full strength side. They are up against a tough Cowboys outfit that will be without James Tamou which is a big loss as if he was in the side they should have been able to overpower Manly easily. However, as the game is at Brookvale oval we will stick with the home side in this one.

NRL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Crownbet

Sharks to defeat Raiders – $2.20
Rabbitohs to defeat Dragons – $1.38
Broncos to defeat Tigers – $1.15
Sea Eagles to defeat Cowboys – $1.83
Total odds: $6.39
Return on $50: $319.46 (bonus bet if only one leg fails)

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July 17, 2015 by : Posted in Expert Betting Tips No Comments

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