NRL Tips Previews Sports Betting 2016 Round 8
Mr.G provides our subscribers with his NRL tips game previews sports betting tips.
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Rd 8 Game Handicaps
-14.5 Broncos vs Rabbits
-9.5 Bulldogs vs Titans
-10.5 Raiders vs Tigers
-9.5 Cowboys vs Eels
-6.5 Sharks vs Panthers
+4.5 Knights vs Eagles
+5.5 Dragons vs Roosters
-3.5 Storm vs Warriors
NRL Round 8 Recommended Bet List
Bet 2 units Bulldogs H2H $1.30 x Sharks H2H $1.52 Ubet
Bet 2 units Raiders -6.0 $1.87 William Hill / Centrebet / Unibet
Bet 2 units Roosters H2H $1.80 CrownBet BB
Bet 2 units Warriors +4.5 $1.92 Sportsbet or +5.5 $1.90 Topsport
Bet 1 unit Warriors tri bet > 6.5 $3.98 Sportsbet
BB – Indicates Best Bet
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Staking: The recommended units bet is indicated next to each bet in the above bet list. The base bet is 1 to 5 units (and is also a reflection of confidence).
Individual Game Tips
Broncos, Bulldogs, Raiders, Cowboys, Sharks, Eagles, Roosters, Warriors
Note: FYI, with the introduction of Thursday night games (we will have 18 this season) it is now near impossible with the work and list of things that I chose to do to have all game previews written and finished until late in each week, as we also have a Monday night game and final team lists not announced until a Tuesday afternoon. So that you are aware I re rate all teams after each round based on current performance, then re rate based on team lists, then look to handicap each coming game then consider a range of form and match up factors towards any potential bets before writing each individual game preview last. I will then be attempting to write previews for any game that a recommended bet has been made for first so that any key factors and reasoning is then known in advance.
Key Contest Stats
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Broncos vs Rabbits
The Rabbitohs have won 4 of the last 5 clashes with the Broncos, including the previous 3 encounters played at Suncorp Stadium, but with 4 losses from their past 5 matches and back to back away games against last year’s Grand Finalists they appear to be up against it again this week. Last week’s loss to the Cowboys was the 2nd time in a month that they have conceded more than 40 points, while they have averaged just 12 points in attack over the last 5 weeks. They are currently 3-4 ATS and have a 2-4 covering record on the road since 2014 when getting a start. Brisbane is at home for the 3rd week in a row and has had 9 days to prepare. They have scored a total of 79 points from their last 2 matches while conceding 0 and the last time they kept their opposition to nil in back to back matches was back in 2006 when they went on to win the comp. They have won 10 of their past 11 games of FNF at Suncorp Stadium and in 10 of the 11 they have both led at half time and scored the 1st points of the match. They are ranked 2nd in attack and 1st in defence, conceding just 13 tries (equal fewest with Cowboys), giving up an average 7 points per game. 5 of the last 6 clashes between the Broncos and Rabbits have been decided by a margin of 13+, while the last 4 encounters have topped 42 points. Home teams giving up a double digit start have covered the line 9 of 11 this season and have won 11 from 11.
The Broncos have started warm favs at their last 3 starts, won all three and covered the line at two of them. While they thumped the Knights last week and showed some key class in key areas (in particular Milford) I think they got the Knights when most venerable with key player outs (including their forward leader Smith) and then suffering three concussion subs depleting their interchange and bench. The Broncos won as they should given the circumstances against the side who will finish 16th this year.
This is a different contest as I smell the Rabbits having a dig here. They have a very good record vs the Broncos winning 4 of the last 5 including winning their last 3 in Brisbane. They come off losing 3 of their last 4 including two 40 point floggings and with their tail between their legs off their poor effort in Townsville last weekend and are likely to make a number of team changes in preparation for this game. As suggested last week I’m of the opinion Maguire is struggling to keep the attention and leadership of his player group, his high intensity methods into his 5th year now rubbing very thin and right now I expect they’ll bob up and down for a few more weeks until something finally gives. Their attitude and unity has been seriously questioned this last week and I think given all of this this and up again against one of last years Grand Finalist they’ll be far more competitive this week. At the end of last season they were limping along with questionable form into R23 off a 20 point touch up at Brookvale when they pulled a stunning upset win with a 31-18 result in Townsville over the Cowboys, just weeks prior to them winning the comp. The Rabbits didn’t win another game losing their next 4 to quickly exit the season. I think this game has that sort of smell over it.
At their best this would be an excellent contest, and while rolling along their winning way I still don’t rate the Broncos form as strongly as it was through last year, but winning can often mask over all of this. They have an excellent record at home, Milford is in outstanding form, and last week albeit against weak opposition we saw some glimpses of Hunt playing some much improved play. I expect they win here but I also expect a much improved offering from the Rabbits. The only way I would play the Broncos is straight up in any all up option, or have something small on the Rabbits with the plus line start.
Bulldogs vs Titans
The Titans have won 4 of the last 5 clashes with the Bulldogs and they have also won 4 of their last 5 matches played at ANZ Stadium. They will however, need to overcome a poor recent record on the road, with just 1 win from their last 9. They have trailed at half time in their last 6 matches and only once in the previous 7 meetings with the Bulldogs have the Titans led at the break. The Titans have made a habit of a late surge, scoring the last try of the match in 4 of their last 6 and they have also scored the last try of the match in the last 4 encounters with the Bulldogs. They have a 15-12 Under record on the road since 2014 and an impressive 10-2 ATS record as an away since in the opening 8 Rounds since 2014. After being on the road for the last 2 weeks the Bulldogs are back at ANZ Stadium, where they have won 5 of their last 6 but they are still looking for their 1st home win of this season. In 6 of the Dogs last 8 at ANZ Stadium the TMP’s have finished Unders, while they are 9-5 Under in day games since 2014. The Dogs have a 3-4 covering record in 2016 and a poor 1-7 record covering as a home side since Round 18 last year. A Bulldogs try has been the 1st scoring play in 4 of the last 5 meetings with the Titans who have conceded the 1st try in their last 6 matches.
As the key stats suggest the Titans have both a good recent record vs the Bulldogs, and at Homebush, but they have now also developed a poor road record winning just 1 of their last 9 away games. They have been competitive in all of their games to date and not yet rolled over, but they are still now leaking 22 points a week in defence and are consistently being opened up in the middle in and around the play the ball. With some doubt now on Ash Taylor playing, who has been a shining light for them and up against a side who like to punch through the middle they look well up against it here.
At first glance a Bulldogs loss last week to the Warriors might not read that well but for mine two key points come from that game. Firstly, I liked the quality of the contest, it was also the Warriors strongest offering and win this season, and they had to roll their sleeves up and come from behind with a 16-6 second half effort, something they are not renowned for. Secondly, the Bulldogs were playing their second away game in a row off a short 5 day turn around into a distant away leg, and Hasler mixed up his player rotation bringing Graham and Tollman off the bench, which I thought disrupted their normal game pattern and momentum. Back at home this week and with a more normal prep I expect they win. I do think the 10 point line evens this right up, and right now when winning for the most part the Bulldogs are not doing so by big margins, I will be staying out.
Raiders vs Tigers
Tricky game this 1, with 2 sides that have racked up just 1 win between them from their last 10 matches combined. The Tigers have won 11 of the last 14 clashes with the Raiders, including 6 of the previous 7 meetings at GIO Stadium, but they are off the back of 5 consecutive losses as well as losing 8 of their last 9 games away from home. They have a 4-10 ATS record since 2015 as an away side, while the 1st try of the match has been scored prior to the 8th minute in 9 of their last 11 on the road. The Tigers have conceded the 1st try of the 2nd half in all 7 matches this season, but they have scored the last try of the match in 6 of 7. A Tigers try has been the 1st scoring play in 5 of the previous 6 clashes with the Raiders who have failed to score a 1st half point in their last 2 matches. The Raiders are coming off 2 heavy losses, conceding a total of 76 points and as mentioned last week, their record in matches after conceding 30 or more is very poor. They are leaking an average of 29 points a game, with only the Roosters and Knights conceding more tries than Canberra. They have an 11-17 record ATS at home since 2014 and a 6-10 record at home over the same period when giving up a start. 4 of the last 5 meetings have been decided by a single figure margin, while 5 of the last 6 clashes have finished Unders in TMP’s. No matter how you look there are plenty of negatives for both sides, it will be difficult for the Tigers to dust themselves off after a difficult loss last week, while the Raiders were given a massive spray after their poor back to back efforts.
Even with Austin now unlikely I have the Raiders marked to significant advantage here at a 10 point margin, much to do with where I now have the Tigers rated. They are without Woods (by far their best forward), Simona (quality edge centre) and Nofoaluma, have both Tedesco and Moses limping with injury and questionable bench depth. They have lost their last 5 amongst it some periods of play boarding on very ordinary and while they do have a good recent H2H record have a very poor out of Sydney away record (remembering their latest two out of two losses to Knights and Titans).
As only the Raiders can do they come off two shite offerings, but remain at home and meet a team more to their level and liking who are struggling for form and wrestling with these key injury outs / issues. They have made a habit of offering yo yo form cycles through recent seasons and off another poor offering with out excuse last week I’d suggest Stuart will have been all over them like a rash this week in getting their heads back in the game and focused for this. In my opinion if played right they have a significant advantage through the middle here with their list of big middle players and the smarts of Hodgson and Baptise, and I would be wearing the grass out playing this game down the middle third of the park. On the back of yardage and some room I also expect Stuart will target the Tigers right edge defence, notably the slight and inexperienced Addo-Carr who looks a major defensive liability.
I’m keen to be with the Raiders here, partly on trust, but they drop in grade here off losses to two top of the table form teams in the Eels and Sharks to an opponent far more to their liking. The line opened 6.0 and continues to move, final Tigers line up is also likely to influence it’s final position. Raiders key half Sezer has only been fair through recent weeks, expecting a big game from him to lead the way behind their forward muscle and advantage.
Bet 2 units Raiders -6.0 $1.87 William Hill / Centrebet / Unibet
Cowboys vs Eels
One of the better, if not the best match of the Round with 2 of the form sides closes out Super Saturday when the Eels travel to Townsville to take on the Cowboys. The Cowboys have won 6 of the last 8 clashes with the Eels, including the last 4 clashes that have been played in Townsville. They remain undefeated at home so far this season, winning 4 from 4 and they have also won their last 3 straight. They are the only side yet to be outscored in the 2nd half and no side has scored more 2nd half points than the Cowboys. They have covered a line in their last 5 and in 5 of their last 6 at home. In 8 of their last 10 at home the TMP’s have finished Overs and this has also been the result in the previous 5 clashes with the Eels at 1300SMILES Stadium. The Eels are yet to be beaten as an away side this season, winning 3 from 3, but this is their 1st game outside of Sydney and their record in distant away games is poor, with 6 wins from 19 matches since 2012 and in 16 of those they have conceded the 1st try of the match. They have covered a line in 9 of their last 11 on the road, while their last 6 games away from home have finished Unders in TMP’s and they are 6-1 in favour of the Under after 7 Rounds. The home side has scored the opening try of the match in 6 of the last 7 clashes, while the Cowboys have scored the last try of the match in the previous 8 meetings.
I think the market again has this game priced right and for me this is a big watch game as I want to see how this new look Eels list aims up for a distant away game having previously only won 6 of their last 19 such match ups. Further to this, into round 8 this is the first out of Sydney game for the Eels who have had the luxury of 7 comfortable local based contests. Clearly they are a different offering this year on the back of some quality recruitment, but they also have the pending NRL cap breach issue (and any penalty) hanging over their head.
Cowboys have been excellent, and as mentioned last week for mine are the form team of the comp right now and I continue to improve their ratings to now be level with the Broncos at the top of the table (and the two of them rated some 9% above those then behind them. They did however drop a game back in round 2 to the Eels in Sydney, at a ground where they have a long term poor record and in a contest where their completions fell to a low mid 60%. They are back at home where they enjoy and excellent long term record and have the luxury of a 7 day home prep.
Looks the game of the round, certainly with the Cowboys but I do think they’ll be tested here from a very physical Eels offering. The Cows though have belief and confidence, and find ways to back themselves to win, I expect the same here.
Sharks vs Panthers
The Sharks have won 5 of the previous 7 clashes with the Panthers who are on the road for the 2nd week in a row. Recent clashes have been closely fought affairs with 5 of the last 6 decided by 8 points or less, while both sides have already been involved in plenty of tight matches this season, with all 7 of the Panthers matches having been decided by single figures and 3 of the Sharks last 4 matches also decided the same way. The Panthers have won 2 of their last 3 on the road but its 2 years since they last won back to back away games. They have covered a line in 5 of 7 in 2016 and have produced a 15-15 covering record since 2014 when getting a start. They have been an Overs side on the road in day games, producing a 10-4 result over the last 3 seasons. Only twice this season have the Panthers led at half time and they have also trailed the Sharks at the break in 6 of the previous 7 encounters. The Sharks scored 40 points in their win over the Raiders last week, which was only the 8th time in 10 years that they have scored 40 or more points in a match but only once in the 7 matches following a score of 40 or more have they been able to record a win. They have a 6-6 ATS record at home since 2015 when giving up a start, while in 2016 the home side has a 15-17 covering record in the same position. In TMP’s, the Sharks have a 10-6 Under record at home since 2015, but they are 8-2 Over at home in day matches since 2014. Since 2014 daytime matches also favour the Overs, producing an 83-65 result and with 8 of the previous 10 clashes topping 40 points, the Over 38.5 looks a likely result.
Interesting contest. The Sharks are on a nice roll winning their last 4 but I’m not so sure that victories over Raiders, Tigers, Titans and Storm reads all that strongly as a form reference, but stringing a run of wins together at any time in this comp is not easy. They get Lewis back (key in) and again showed last week the key importance of Maloney’s influence with the quality of his general kicking game and play and attack direction. They are 3 from 3 at home and are playing with a nice balance of forward strength, some ball play, and then attack options to either edge.
The Panthers continue to improve, much due to the star influence of Moylan, but they just don’t put teams away, leading the Cows by 10 two weeks ago to lose late and then three times last Monday having commanding lead margins to then fall in with a 4 point win. Off that Monday night game they have a short turn around and lose a key up front forward in McKendry. Their offload game and second phase play is difficult to defend, and the likes of Cartwright, Moylan and Martin can turn a half break into opportunity and points.
I favor the Sharks at home but I do expect this will be a typical afternoon open attacking game with plenty of points. The Sharks have scored 45 or more points at each of their last 3 games, the Panthers have been overs at 10 of their last 14 away games and these two sides have been over at 8 of their last 10 H2H contests. With a clear weather forecast through the weekend and into Sunday afternoon I’m expecting more of the same and am with the overs.
With the updated forecast of rain now to continue through the weekend we will pass on any bet in this game.
Knights vs Eagles
The 1st of 3 matches to commemorate Anzac Day sees the Sea Eagles travel to Newcastle for the 1st time in 4 seasons when they take on the Knights. Manly has won 8 of the last 10 games played against the Knights, but they have only won 2 of their past 11 matches played at Hunter Stadium. After playing 4 games in 19 days, the Sea Eagles will welcome an 11 day preparation for this match, but the respite will be short lived as they are back on a 5 day turnaround next week when they take on the Cowboys and may already have 1 eye looking ahead to that game. They go into this match at their shortest price as an away side since Round 23, 2014 and they have a 7-7 record as an away favourite since 2014. Only once this season have the Sea Eagles led at half time and only the Dragons and Knights have scored fewer 1st half points than Manly. The Knights are coming off the 2nd biggest loss in their history after Brisbane put the cleaners through them last week. They return home where they are yet to suffer a defeat this season, after recording 1 win and a draw. They have had Over results in 5 of their 7 matches in 2016 and 11 of their last 15 day games at Hunter Stadium have also finished Overs. 11 of the last 12 clashes between these sides have resulted in a winning margin of 13+ points, while the half time leader has won 11 of the last 12. The Knights have a perfect 12-0 record ATS as a home underdog since 2014, while the Sea Eagles have a 4-11 record when covering as a road favourite
I want to wait till Sunday and see where the markets end up here but if the Knights get to a silly line position (beyond 8) as I expect they might then I am likely to have a small play here.
Yes the Knights were flogged last week but they were into a distant away game (major weakness with a young list) and lost a couple of key players late (in particular key forward leader Jeremy Smith) and then suffered 3 key concussion player outs through the game. The one thing I am sure of with Brown’s approach this season will be ensuring that this side targets and aims up with their home games and we already have evidence of this with a draw and win to date from their two home contests. If there is one team that has infectious local following it’s the Knights, they had over 21,000 here two weeks ago and up against a profile opponent like the Eagles on a day like Anzac Day I’m sure they’ll have another big following and certainly be up for the contest.
What makes this even more interesting is some key stats around the Eagles here. They have only won 2 of their last 11 games in Newcastle and only covered the line at 4 of their last 15 away games when road favs. They remain without Cherry-Evans and have Parcell still in doubt and right now have a 3 and 4 season record and some inconsistent form. They will have had a better prep this week with a longer week turn around and having played at home last Thursday they’ll have had no travel intruputions, and for them to stay in touch with the semi final contention this is a game they must bank. While I expect they win I think this will be much tougher and tighter than many do.
Tipping the Eagles but if there was a major upset this weekend then this looks the game. I want to wait to see final weather conditions, likely team line ups and the market positions into Monday morning before deciding but if all of this was to line up and something like +8.5 was available then the Knights do look some value for a small interest.
Monday: Knights have been heavily bet, but I just can’t find the right position to want to play. Plus 6.0 is probably ok, but I wanted some comfort with +8.0 or better, and on the back of market support they have continued to firm the other way so we will pass.
Dragons vs Roosters
The Roosters hold a significant advantage over the Dragons, having won six of the last seven clashes, but the Dragons have had some success against the Roosters in the traditional Anzac Day clash, winning 6 of the last 8 match ups. The Dragons will have to overcome a poor recent record at Allianz Stadium, winning only 2 of their last 9 matches at the ground and while the Roosters have generally been tough to beat at Allianz Stadium (won 9 of last 10 in 2015) they are yet to record a win at the ground in 2016, losing 3 from 3. Both sides come into this match with very average form, the Roosters recording just 1 win in the opening 7 Rounds, while the Dragons ended their run of outs when they beat the Titans in a lack luster match which they could well have lost. Scoring points has been an issue for both sides, with the Roosters ranked 14th in attack, while the Dragons are 16th. In 9 of the Dragons 14 halves this season they have failed to score a try and they average less than 3 2nd half points. They Dragons are 3-4 ATS and have a perfect 7-0 Under record in TMP’s, while the Roosters are 2-5 ATS and 5-2 Over, with only 2 of their matches totaling less than 40 points. The Dragons have scored the 1st try of the match in 7 of the last 8 meetings with the Roosters on Anzac Day, while the 1st try of the match hasn’t been scored until after the 8th minute in 8 of the last 10 clashes. TMP’s of less than 37.5 looks a likely outcome with both sides struggling for points, while matches where Ben Cummins is in charge are currently 6-1 in favour of the Under.
A few key issues I think have the Roosters ready for this. My understanding and recent media speculation that Cordner plays and there is some possibility that Waerea-Hargreaves may well be a late inclusion. I think it was also obvious in their close defeat to the Panthers on Monday night that their heads and focus was more on the game ahead (Dragons) than the game at hand, with an offering well down on attitude and intensity, I’m sure that will return in spades for this coming clash. The Roosters are also advantaged in playing at home and have some strike and points in them off a preparedness to play with the ball where as that is certainly a risk with their opponents.
The Dragons come through what was a low game and form reference for mine (Titans), one they could well easily have lost and I have this marked a 5.0 to 6.0 handicap contest. Off the back of significant focus and a poor losing streak they lifted last week for a must win effort but again were very patchy through out (if not ordinary at times) and still look very pedestrian and predicable in attack. They also have to be some risk of let down off having cracked a break through win, although an Anzac Day game should lift them.
I’m keen this is the right week for the Roosters, much like last week for the Dragons at 1 and 6 this is a must win and season turning game for the Roosters. They are advantaged playing at home, have a key in and possibly a further one to be announced, have some ball play and attack in them which should be a key advantage here and I think will be very hard to beat.
Bet 2 units Roosters H2H $1.80 CrownBet
Storm vs Warriors
There is a long standing rivalry between these 2 sides and more often than not the Warriors aim up in this clash regardless of what previous form they may have. The Warriors have won 3 of the previous 5 clashes and have no fears travelling to AAMI Park, with the wins split evenly from the 6 meetings. A half time lead has proved crucial, as only once in the previous 14 clashes has the side leading at half time been run down. The Warriors are off their best effort of the season to move from 13th to 11th on the ladder. They are currently ranked 4th in attack, but are a lowly 14th in defence. They have a 3-4 ATS record but have covered a line in just 3 of their last 13 as a road dog. Surprisingly the Warriors have won 4 of their last 5 games of MNF on the road, which includes 2 wins over Melbourne. A Warriors try has been the first scoring play in the 6 of the last 8 clashes with the Storm. Melbourne are currently ranked 4th in defence but have struggled for attack points to be ranked 12th. They are currently 6-1 in favour of the Unders, while they have a 9-4 Under record at home under lights since 2015. 9 of the last 12 meetings have been decided by a margin of 1-12 points, while 4 of the last 6 meetings have topped 42 points. The Under again got the chocolates in Round 7 to be 6-1 season to date.
The Warriors have a very good long term record vs the Storm and I think get them at the right time here. They were only beaten late when they last met earlier this season and I think have improved significantly since and although not the best travelers have an excellent 50% win record in Melbourne where every second person in the crowd will be Kiwi nationals out to support the bro’s. While Tuivasa-Sheck is a key season out I think we may have seen a turning point for them with key selection changes through recent weeks with Leuluai’s inclusion (and now importantly in the halves where he has a great combination with Johnson); Lolohea much closer to the ball (and now playing fullback – this kid is a rare talent) and the inclusion of Ligi Sao off their bench (big bopper with a big motor). Last week they rolled up their sleeves and came from behind with a good win against a good competitive side, importantly they have strike and points in them and I see that as a huge advantage here.
I mentioned back in the early weeks of this season that while I couldn’t put my finger on it the Storm just didn’t look “right”, nor anything of their former self. They have lost 2 of their last 4, dam lucky to have escaped with those two late wins, have not scored more than 20 points and have looked almost in slow motion and pedestrian in attack. Smith almost looks like he has the “yips” he is so off pace with the game speed and his attack play and they have a list of key outs on either edge. It’s also been very obvious that if they end up in a points shoot out they are in deep trouble, in particular if having to chase the lead.
Storm a huge risk for mine here, I don’t like their form at all and while advantaged being back at home the Warriors are one team who love this challenge. If we now did a little deeper their form reads very poorly yet they are warm home favs? Lucky late win last week vs Tigers, a game which now smells given the Tigers pumping last Saturday, their prior win also a lucky late win at home vs Knights who sit at the bottom of the table and should well have won.
I like the Warriors off last week, this is a much better team list, some key changes plus they get the big man Vatuvei back. They have attack, line break and points in them, if they can move this game up temo, play with some speed for mine they’ll have the Storm well out of their comfort zone, if they can jump them with points and lead then this will get very interesting. I like the Warriors, I want to be with them, and I would not be surprised if them came up with their best win season to date.
Bet 2 units Warriors +4.5 $1.92 Sportsbet or +5.5 $1.90 Topsport
Bet 1 unit Warriors tri bet > 6.5 $3.98 Sportsbet
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NRL Tips Previews Sports Betting 2016 Round 8
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