NRL Round 21 Multi of the Week

This week we will be attempting to earn ourselves a nice juicy multi after we were able to make a profit last week.

Last week our multi was a success and we received a nice $100 profit and we will use that to attempt to go back to back and earn a nice payday.

We will be taking the majority of the favourites this week and we will throw in a probable upset to increase our odds drastically.

First up we will be taking the Sydney Roosters to continue their impressive form into Friday nights match against the Bulldogs. The Dogs were poor last week and have lacked attacking potency for the majority of the season, they will also be without Josh Reynolds but have a solid replacement in Moses Mbye. It is Mitchell Pearce’s 200th game and he becomes the youngest player in NRL history to reach the milestone and he and the rest of the Roosters should be primed for a solid performance.

The Tigers have been struggling and their inexperience has shown in almost every match this year. They have let big leads slip or have let matches get away from them in the opening minutes. The return of their skipper Robbie Farah will help but the loss of Martin Taupau takes away a lot of aggression and fear factor from their pack. Whilst the Storm have been getting back to their best the last two weeks and will be hard to beat despite being on the road.

The Warriors have lost their best player and halfback Shaun Johnson for the rest of the season. The loss will prove devastating for their attack as he is the vocal point, whilst he is also the predominant kicker and controls their game management and game plan. The Sharks however are surging and despite losing Luke Lewis and Andrew Fifita for this weekend, they still have one of the strongest forward packs in the game.

The Brisbane Broncos are on the top of the table and haven’t showed any signs of slowing down despite the workload that was placed on a lot of their players throughout the Origin period. They have arguably the best halves combination in the game and Anthony Milford is improving in the number six jersey every week as he proves his doubters at the start of the season wrong. Their forward pack should be way too strong for Manly and on the back of this their backs will shine.

The Rabbitohs are starting to show the form they had at the start of the season when many said they would go the season undefeated. Their halves are firing as well as Greg Inglis returning to the dominant force he was last season. The side is able to play off of the back of his energy and when he returns the ball with full force it lifts the rest of his teammates. The poor Panthers are having a season to forget as they injury toll has increased yet again, this time it is Peter Wallace who will have to have his third knee surgery in two years which could have a lot of impact on the rest of his career.

Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Roosters to defeat Bulldogs – $1.33
Storm to defeat tigers – $1.40
Sharks to defeat Warriors $2.00
Broncos to defeat Manly – $1.48
Rabbitohs to defeat Panthers – $1.14

Total odds: $6.28
Return on $100: $628.31

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July 30, 2015 by : Posted in Expert Betting Tips No Comments

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