NRL Round 26 Multi of the Week

We only just missed out on last week’s multi and this week we are set for a nice juicy payday if things go our way.

To start off with we will be taking the Storm to upset the Broncos in Brisbane. The Storm’s defence was back to its best last week as they held the Cowboys scoreless until the final minutes of the match. Whilst the Broncos were scintillating but they will be without halfback Ben Hunt as he has suffered a cork injury. This throws under 20s halfback Ashley Taylor into the deep end as he will make his NRL debut. The short turn around for the Storm could prove an issue but if they get out to an early lead their defence will do the rest.

The Newcastle Knights lost last weekend but they still produced a good performance for the third week in a row. They will be without Korbin Sims who is suspended but their forward pack should be able to do enough to get their backline firing. In Kurt Gidley’s final game for the club the team has a lot to play for as they attempt to avoid the wooden spoon. The Panthers also have 13 of their first team choices on the sidelines and they can’t be expected to win.

The Dragons suffered a massive blow last week as they lost to the Titans by two points and a win would have secured their place in the finals. They will have to put together a strong performance at home to beat the Tigers who were at their attacking best last week. However, the Dragons defence should be able to tame the Tigers and the energy they put into the match could drain them for their final encounter of the year.

The Eels will finish their season at home against the Raiders on Sunday and they head into the match as favourites mainly due to the injury Blake Austin suffered in Canberra’s Monday night victory against the Panthers. Austin has had a tremendous season and it is a sad note for him to finish his 2015 campaign on. The Eels always seem to produce a solid performance at home and I expect a very high scoring and free flowing match with the Blue and Gold just coming away with the victory.

The Sea Eagles were pretty ordinary last week against the Roosters as they looked to keep their finals hopes alive. The smashing damaged their points differential and if they are going to make the finals they will need to put some serious points on the board and hope the Dragons lose by a fair margin. I expect a Dragons victory on the Saturday night which will give the Eagles not much to play for whilst the Sharks will be trying to hold onto their top four spot so we will back them at home.

NRL Multi of the Week – All bets placed with Sportsbet

Storm to defeat Broncos – $2.17
Knights to defeat Panthers – $1.85
Dragons to defeat Tigers – $1.57
Eels to defeat Cowboys – $1.60
Sharks to defeat Sea Eagles – $1.57

Total Odds: $15.83
Return on $100: $1583.25

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September 2, 2015 by : Posted in Expert Betting Tips No Comments

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