NRL Tips Previews Sports Betting 17 | Round 5


NRL Tips Previews Sports Betting 17 Round 5

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NRL Tips Rd 5 Game Handicaps

MrG’s Ratings

+6.5 Bulldogs vs Broncos

-12.5 Roosters vs Eagles

-13.5 Cowboys vs Rabbits

-20.5 Sharks vs Knights

-9.5 Raiders vs Eels

-4.5 Storm vs Panthers

-6.5 Warriors vs Titans

+6.5 Tigers vs Dragons

NRL Round 5 Recommended Bet List

Bet 2 units Bulldogs-Broncos  Under 33.5 $1.91 Sportsbet / William Hill

Bet 2 units Roosters -7.5 $1.91 William Hill / Unibet

Bet 2 units Raiders – Eels  Over 40.5 $1.91 Sportsbet / 42.5 $1.91 Bet365

Bet 2 units Storm – Panthers  Under 37.5 $1.91 Sportsbet / 36.5 $1.91 Bet365

Bet 3 units Dragons -2.0 $1.90 Topsport / William Hill BB

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Longer Term Recommended Bets

Premiership (22nd February)

Bet 2 units Storm to win Premiership $8.00 Tabsportsbet

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Bet 2 units Rabbits most losses $11.00 Ubet / William Hill

Individual Game Tips

Broncos, Roosters, Cowboys, Sharks, Raiders, Storm, Warriors, Dragons

Game Previews

Note: FYI, with the introduction of Thursday night games 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 or early weekend. With the final team lists not announced until Tuesday afternoon, which I then re rate against (current performance, key ins and outs / final team lists and then look to handicap each up coming game then consider a range of form and match up factors towards final potential bets and written game previews. In short with team lists announced late Tuesday that then leaves two days to work through these tasks. I will focus the first preview notes at any game that has a recommended bet so that any key factors and reasoning is then known in advance, and then be working through each game there after in order of day and time (from Thursday onward).

Key Contest Stats

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Bulldogs vs Broncos

+6.5 Bulldogs


Bulldogs host the Broncos from ANZ Stadium to kick off Round 4. The Broncos have won 5 of the previous 7 clashes with the Bulldogs, who have won only 1 of their last 7 and are coming off a 36-0 thumping, while Brisbane snuck home by a point against the Raiders to be 2 & 2. In the last 10 meetings between the Dogs and Broncos, 8 of them have been decided by a winning margin of 1-12 points, while all 4 of the Broncos matches this season have been decided by 8 points or less. Low scoring matches have been the norm, with 8 of the last 10, including 4 of the last 5 at ANZ Stadium all failing to break 38. It’s the Bulldogs 1st game at ANZ Stadium in 2017, where they have won 5 of their last 6, but have covered in only 2 of those. The Dogs are 2-2 ATS and have failed to cover and lost 4 of their last 6 as a home underdog, while the home team has failed to cover in 11 of the last 12 matches played at ANZ Stadium. In total match points they are 3-1 Under with a 21-12 Under record as an outsider since 2014. Only once in the last 7 clashes with Brisbane have Canterbury scored more than 18 points. Brisbane has won only 3 of 8 matches at ANZ Stadium since 2012, but they have won 3 of their last 4 as a road favourite. They are 2-2 ATS, while they have an 8-7 cover record as a small road favourite since 2014. Brisbane currently has a 2-2 total points record, while 6 of their last 8 at ANZ Stadium have finished Under, with only 2 of them totaling more than 40. Corey Oates has scored 6 tries in 6 games against Canterbury. Home teams have failed to cover in 6 of the last 7 matches with Matt Cecchin in charge.


Keen Broncos win here but I just can’t play at the exaggerated market position of 10. I clearly expected much better from the Bulldogs last week but off such a poor away loss they now face a much harder opponent, in particular the tight tough defence that is again a hall mark of the Broncos right now – conceding just 16 a week after 4 games. The Broncos also come through form around what either is or will be the pointy end of the table in these first 4 games, Sharks, Cowboys, Storm and Raiders, it’s a great reference.

I just can’t see where the Bulldogs points come from? Either side of two 24 point offerings they come up with 6 and 0, they lose their #7 and goal kicker, and have rookies now at 7 and 1 with the later now the likely goal kicker yet playing poorly in his first two games. They tweaks that Hasler has made to their attack has also left them very prone to going sideways having not made yardage, I’d suggest that even more likely here up against a will drilled D.

I expect the Broncos win, and their defence shuts down their opponent. With the 45 mm of rain forecast across Thursday in Sydney, the questionable points options for the Bulldogs, the quality of the Broncos defence and their away record for providing Under results I am with the total points under.

Bet 2 units Bulldogs-Broncos  Under 33.5 $1.91 Sportsbet / William Hill

Roosters vs Eagles

-12.5 Roosters


The Tri-Colours sit on top of the table after a 4 & 0 start that has seen them move to outright 2nd in Premiership betting. Their opponent’s however, will be no pushover after impressive wins in their last 2 matches where they posted scores of 30+ in both outings while conceding just the 1 try. The Sea Eagles have also won 3 of the last 4 meetings against the Roosters. There has been little between the 2 sides in recent years, with 7 of the last 8 decided by 8 points or less, including the last 4 clashes at Allianz Stadium, while 4 of the last 5 have topped 40 points. The Roosters have been fast starters and they are the only side to have led at half time in all 4 Rounds, with an average 1st half score of 17-4. Their left edge has been lethal, with 12 of their 17 tries scored coming from their left hand attack and Latrell Mitchell (5) and Daniel Tupou (3) have been the major beneficiaries. The Roosters are 3-1 ATS and have covered in 7 of their last 10 at Allianz Stadium when laying more than a converted try. In total match points they are currently 2-2, while 12 of their last 15 at Allianz have finished Overs, with only 1 of the last 8 totaling less than 44. Only once in the previous 8 clashes with Manly have the Roosters trailed at half time. The Sea Eagles jumped from 13th to 6th on the ladder after last week’s big win over the Bulldogs, which sees them sitting in the Top 8 for the 1st time since Round 8 last year. They have scored 18 or more in their last 3 starts giving them an attack that ranks 3rd, while they rate 7th in defence. Manly is 2-2 ATS and have covered in 5 of their last 7 away from Brookvale, while they have covered in 8 of their last 11 on the road when getting a start of more than 6 points. Since 2014, in Rounds 5-10, road dogs getting more than a converted try advantage are 31-16 ATS. The Sea Eagles are 3-1 Under in total match points, while 8 of their last 10 away games have gone Under at an average of 37.9.


This should prove a very good test for both sides, firstly the Roosters and their credentials as a likely top 4 side and how they might well win, and or those of the Eagles and how this recent win form line stacks up into what looks a decent opponent, and are they better than a bottom 6 offering?

I have had the Roosters rated top 6 from prior to season start, and across them winning their opening 4 games improved that rating by 1% point. They get Field back maybe Ferguson and so are all but full strength, are playing with confidence, purpose and a well prepared plan. If this track is not too wet then I think they have an advantage playing down the short side edges where I think the Eagles have some defensive problems, plus I’m sure we’ll see some arial height kicking to their talls strengths.

I have also improved the Eagles across the last two weeks, up 2% rating points but even so add in home track advantage and I still have a 12 pt gap between them, and I want to see what depth is in this recent form. The Cows were poor, beaten fair and square, but with out numerous key players and then have leaked plenty of points in a scrappy game last week, while we know the Bulldogs form line is very poor. The Eagles have done what they have had to do, and done it well enough, DCE has hit back with some quality leadership and they as a group and thankfully for their unfairly maligned coach will take some confidence out of all of this – but how deep is this form under some quality pressure up against a good quality opponent. This contest will tell us much more, looks a nice test to see where and how this recent form stacks up.

I am happy to back my numbers and form assessment to date in here and am strongly with the Roosters. I think they are a good side, defensively I think they have some likely strengths, should see this as a nice challenge and I expect aim up.

Bet 2 units Roosters -7.5 $1.91 William Hill / Unibet

Cowboys vs Rabbits

-13.5 Cowboys


The Cowboys have won 6 of the last 7 clashes with the Rabbitohs and have now hit the front in the all-time H2H record, leading Souths 15-14, while there has been 1 draw. North Queensland has also won 4 of the previous 5 clashes in Townsville, while their last 3 wins over Souths have all been by 18 points or more. In 6 of the previous 8 clashes, the match points have totaled 38 or more, while 5 of the last 6 in Townsville have topped 42. The Cowboys returned to the winners circle last week, to make it 3 wins from 4 starts and only once in 4 seasons have they lost B2B home games, while they have won 20 of their last 21 at home when favoured by 8 or more. They are 2-2 ATS and have a 10-5 cover record as a double digit favourite since 2014. They have also covered in 6 of the last 7 against the Rabbitohs. For the 2nd consecutive week, the Rabbitohs will face a Top 4 opponent, while it’s the 1st of 3 matches in the next 3 Rounds that they will play without the home ground advantage. The Rabbitohs have conceded 18 points or more in all 4 games this season and they have also conceded 18 or more in the last 7 clashes with the Cowboys. Souths are 2-2 ATS and have covered in 8 of their last 9 on the road, while they are 8 & 8 over the last 3 years when covering as an outsider away from ANZ Stadium. They have trailed at half time in 3 of 4 in 2017 and only once from their last 12 matches in Townsville have they gone to the break in front. The 1st try of the match has been scored by the 7th minute in all 4 of the Rabbitohs matches and this has also been the case in their previous 5 matches at 1300SMILES Stadium.


Some key ins here for Cowboys with Taumalolo and Coote, which key an eye on the Rabbits and any late changes, Sam Burgess has had concussion in each of the last two games and must be in some doubt. Also, the likely influence of rain all week, limited training and a possible / likely wet track are all factors.

The numbers stack up well for the Cowboys here, clearly very strong home advantage, have won 6 of the last 7 H2H and covered the line in 6 of the last 7 H2H contests – hence the healthy line advantage. But form is also a key factor with some questions on just how the Rabbits are actually travelling plus they also continue with at least 3 top line key outs.

Way too many ifs and buts on this game. The long start looks an advantage to the visitors, but I am also happy to keep laying them as I have little time for their current form or depth. Like the Cows to win, happy to stay out.

Sharks vs Knights

-20.5 Sharks


If recent history is anything to go by this shapes as the easiest match of the Round to pick a winner, with the Sharks recording 4 straight wins over the Knights and outscoring their opponent 150-38 during that period. In 5 of the last 6 meetings the winning margin has been by 13+, while 4 of the last 5 have totaled 40 points or more. The Sharks won 11 of 12 at home in 2016, but they are still looking for their 1st home win of 2017 after losing to both the Broncos and Dragons. Cronulla currently sit 7th with an attack that ranks 6th, while they rank 4th in defence. For the 1st time this season, they are conceding a double digit advantage and they won 5 of 6 in 2016 from that position. They are 2-2 ATS and have a 6-8 cover record at Shark Park since 2016, while they have covered only 2 of their last 7 at home when laying more than a converted try. The Sharks have scored the 1st try of the match in the last 5 clashes with Newcastle, with Valentine Holmes getting the 1st try in 2 of the last 3 and he has now scored 7 tries in his last 3 games against the Knights. The Knights are on the road for the 2nd week in a row and with last week’s loss to Penrith, it’s now 15 consecutive road losses. Newcastle is 15th on the ladder and 15th in defence, while their attack rates 12th . The Knights are 2-2 ATS and have covered in just 6 of their last 19 matches as a double digit road outsider, while they have failed to cover in their last 4 against the Sharks. They are 2-2 in total match points, but 8 of their last 10 away games have topped 40. Last week was the 5th time in 2 seasons that the Knights have been kept scoreless and they have lost their last 4 matches in the Round following a loss to nil.


Knights into a tough away game last week dipped, and that is going to be the risk with them when on the road, sustaining quality effort and concentration with thin quality. They now face a back to back away game, into a normally difficult venue against the reining premiers. Hard to have.

Sharks came up with an improved effort again against the Eels, they’ve lost their first 2 home games so back at their home track should be keen to atone, and carry a strong recent record over the Knights. The Sharks have won the last 4 straight including two significant floggings last year that totaled 98-4 (62-0 and 36-4). If half serious they win by near 20 points but not a game nor margin I want to play with.

Raiders vs Eels

-9.5 Raiders


Two sides desperate for a win after multiple losses to start their respective seasons will see the Raiders at home against the Parramatta Eels. Canberra has won 7 of their last 9 matches against the Eels and 10 of the last 11 clashes at GIO Stadium, with the Eels recording just 1 win at the ground in 16 years. The Raiders have lost 3 of 4 to start their campaign, with 2 narrow defeats in Queensland and a big home defeat against the Sharks, which has them sitting in 11th spot on the ladder. They are ranked 7th in attack, 9th in defence and only once have they scored more than 16 points. Canberra has won 10 of their last 12 at GIO Stadium and 5 of their last 6 home wins against the Eels have been by double digits. They are 3-1 ATS and have won and covered in their last 6 when conceding a start of more than 6 points. In total match points the Raiders are 2-2, but have had Overs results in 15 of their last 18 at GIO Stadium, while the last 4 clashes with the Eels have also gone Over at an average of 48. Canberra is also a big Overs team in day matches, with a 34-10 result since 2014, including 12 of their last 13. A Raiders try has been the 1st scoring play in 9 of the previous 12 meetings with the Eels, while Jordan Rapana has scored 10 tries in his past 6 matches at GIO Stadium. The Eels have suffered B2B losses and are on the road for the 4th time in 5 Rounds and this will be the 3rd straight week they have faced a 2016 Finalist, while they have won only 4 of their last 13 as a road outsider. They are 2-2 ATS, but have covered in 6 of their last 8 as a road dog with a start of more than a converted try. The Eels have a 2-2 total points record, but have had Overs results in 10 of their last 12 away games. Looks to be plenty of points on offer in this clash with the Overs in heavy favour of both sides.


The Eels have stalled a little through recent weeks and their attack looked short on questions against a good defence last week (Sharks), and should Norman be kept quite and or shut down they do look pedestrian. They should appreciate a drier track and likely more open game style opponent here and have greater room to then play, so certainly more suited, and we should see a major clash in the middle with two big physical packs of forwards ripping into each other. At 2/4 and off two disappointing losses I certainly expect the Eels to be up here.

Raiders come through a very strong run of quality opponents, Cowboys, Sharks and then last week Broncos but each were defeats and they sit 1/4 but advantaged back at home where they have won 10 of their last 12. They lose Whitehead and have some minor doubts over Hodgson, but as they were two weeks ago into the Tigers back at home keen to get a good win and their season going again. Their form has been very strong, and as they have shown against both the Cowboys and Broncos they can now do the tough stuff against the good sides as well as just play positive attacking footy. They have also won 7 of their last 9 against the Eels as well as the last 6 straight at home.

I like the Raiders form, and suited here at home off a loss. With the forecast dry day and an afternoon game this looks an open game with ball play and points, as I’m sure the Eels will bring something to this. The Raiders have been over at 15 of their last 18 at home, enhanced when day time afternoon games, while the last 4 vs the Eels have all also been over. I’m keen this game looks to have points.

Bet 2 units Raiders – Eels  Over 40.5 $1.91 Sportsbet / 42.5 $1.91 Bet365

Storm vs Panthers

-4.5 Storm


History shows that the Melbourne Storm has completely dominated the Panthers, winning 16 of the previous 17 clashes and its 12 years since the Panthers last recorded a victory over the Storm in Melbourne. Melbourne has won 8 of the last 10 meetings by 13+, with an average winning margin of almost 20 points, while the Panthers have failed to reach 18 in the previous 14 clashes. In 10 of the previous 13 clashes the total match points have finished Unders with only 3 games breaching 35 points. The Storm remains undefeated after 4 Rounds and they continue to lead the way in defence, conceding an average of 10.5 PPG and in 3 of their 4 matches they have kept their opponent to nil in the 2nd half. They have won 9 of their last 11 at AAMI Park and 19 of their last 23 as a home favourite. The Storm is 3-1 ATS and has covered in 11 of 17 since 2015 when conceding a small start. They are 4-0 Under in total match points and 8 of their last 10 at AAMI Park have also gone Unders. Since 2014, the Storm are an astonishing 34-5 in favour of the Under after conceding 14 points or fewer in the match prior, while they are 43-20 Under in night games over the same period. The Panthers have had mixed results and their win loss sequence looks set to continue after they defeated the Knights last week. They are currently 5th on the ladder, with an attack and defence that both rate 2nd. It’s the Panthers 1st match outside of Sydney this season and they have won only 5 of their last 19 matches on the road as an outsider. They are 2-2 ATS with a 7-9 cover record as a small road underdog since 2014. In total match points the Panthers are 3-1 Under and they are 16-5 Under on the road since 2014. The Panthers have opened the scoring with a Penalty Goal in 2 of their last 3 matches.


Looks an excellent contest with two of the likely top of table September contenders, unlike the game prior this looks a real tight arm wrestle.

I found this hard to split, but am with the Storm given their significant overall home and H2H advantage, but the Panthers have an undeniable chance. As stated above, the Storm have won 16 of the last 17 between these two, 8 of the last 10 by 13+ margins, have won 9 of their last 11 at home and a near 90% longer term home record, and won 19 of the last 23 at home when fav – compelling stats. But they are with key outs here in Munster and most likely the try scoring freak on the wing in Vunivalu which brings them back a peg or two. They were poor and complacent in the first 40 last week, but did what good teams do rattling home when it mattered for what in the end was a comfortable 8 point win. I’d suggest that they might have had their heads into this week and not the game at hand and will be up for this.

The Panthers are building nicely, won their last 3, weak wins in Knights and Tigers but good against the Roosters in a game style that looks a lot like what we will see here. But they have a young side into a tough away venue that they have a poor record with into tough opponent. How their young halves handle this will be the key, they will have less room, and less time, but they have some forwards with some lovely ball play through the line that if played with some smarts can break up and open the Storm up.

Two sides who defensively look on their game this looks tight and low scoring. The Storm have been 8 of last 10 at home under while teh Panthers are 16 of 21 under when on the road at their last 21 outings. The under looks the right play.

Bet 2 units Storm – Panthers  Under 37.5 $1.91 Sportsbet / 36.5 $1.91 Bet365

Warriors vs Titans

-6.5 Warriors


Even though we are only 4 Rounds in, this is a crunch game for both the Warriors (14th) and Titans (11th) who have both had a 1 & 3 start. The Warriors play the Eels after the Titans and they then play 6 games in 6 weeks against sides all currently in the Top 8, while 5 of the Titans next 6 are also against a Top 8 opponent. The Warriors have won 11 of the last 12 clashes with the Titans, including winning 5 of the previous 6 clashes that have been played at Mt Smart Stadium. They have scored 22 points or more in the previous 12 clashes with the Gold Coast and scored the 1st try of the match in 12 of the last 15. In 15 of the previous 18 meetings the total match points have topped 40. The Warriors have lost 3 straight and have conceded 22 points or more in their last 8, while they have lost 4 of their last 5 at Mt Smart Stadium. They have opened as the favourite, but since 2015 they have won only half of their 22 matches when starting as a home fav. They remain as the only side without a cover and have covered just 1 of their last 8 at home when laying more than a converted try. In total match points they are 3-1 Under, but they are 15-5 Over as a big home favourite since 2014. For a number of seasons now, the Titans have been the team to follow on the road when playing the handicaps and over the last 5 years, they have covered in 62% of their away games. They have also covered in 7 of their last 9 with a start of more than 6 points. The Titans are 4-0 in total match points in favour of the Overs, while they are 17-9 Over on the road since 2015. They have conceded 18 points or more in each of the 4 Rounds and conceded 26 points in each of their last 3. In their last 10 matches, they have conceded the 1st try of the match 9 times.


Nightmare game that if the rain doesn’t come looks likely to be quite loose. Warriors have 1 lucky win against the bottom placed Knights and have been nothing but poor, ineffective through the middle, consistently offering basic handling errors, poor defence and sideways attack. It baffles me what the hell Kearney has been doing through the last 3 months as the expected improvement has just not occurred. I also agree with Graham Lowes stinging attack this week that their forwards are soo soft, have zero physical hurt or intimidation and no stand up leader.  They do get back home off two away games, a major plus, and at 1/4 they have to have some desperation, but hard to trust.

The Titans through recent seasons have been very good to us when on the road, often the undervalued underdog, but through this period they were consistently defending very well, what worries me right now is that they are loose and leaking 28 points a week, 32 last week, 34 to the Knights (who themselves couldn’t score a point last week) and 32 in game 1. Clearly with all of their injuries and team changes they’ve struggled to get any quality work done of their D patterns and combinations, and it shows.

I had a slight lean to the Warriors on rating, further small advantage returning home off 2 away games then home ground advantage and I’m at 6.5 between the two. The Titans can surprise with their best, the Warriors as we know have a shocker in them regularly. If it is a clear day with no rain or damp track I’d happily look to play the total points over and there does looks plenty of attack and loose defence on offer..

Tigers vs Dragons

+6.5 Tigers


The Dragons hold a 17-15 all time advantage over the Tigers and they have won 3 of the last 4 clashes played at ANZ Stadium. In 5 of the previous 6 encounters the winning margin has been by 13+, while 4 of the last 6 have topped 40 points. The Tigers have lost 3 on the trot and are faced with 4 consecutive losses for the 1st time in almost a year, but they have won 5 of their last 6 at ANZ Stadium and have covered the line in all of them. They have however, failed to cover in their last 3, while the home team has failed to cover in 11 of the last 12 games at ANZ Stadium. The Tigers are 2-2 in total match points, while 5 of their last 7 at ANZ against the Dragons have finished Unders, as have their last 6 straight at the venue in day games. James Tedesco has crossed in his last 4 games against the Dragons and he has scored 18 tries from 21 games at ANZ Stadium, including 13 from his last 14. The Dragons have surprised plenty, recording 3 wins from 4 starts, which has them holding down 3rd spot on the ladder and they are looking at 3 straight wins for the 1st time in almost 2 years. They are currently ranked 1st in attack (averaging 25 PPG) and 5th in defence with a differential that rates 3rd. Homebush has not been a happy hunting ground for the Dragons, who have lost 5 of their last 6 at the venue, with their only win a Golden Point result against the Tigers in 2015. They are 3-1 ATS, but have covered in just 2 of their last 7 at ANZ Stadium. The Dragons are 2-2 in match points, but are 6-2 over since Round 23 last year, with 4 of those totaling 50 or more.


For mine there looks a distinct gap in form and offering form these two at present and I’m quietly confident that this will show up here. Tigers have a key out in Brooks and play at a neutral ground with little advantage, Dragons at full strength and off winning form.

Tigers come off 3 straight losses conceding 104 points and have looked clearly loose and losing confidence by the week, including the sacking of their Coach. Up on emotion and with the advantage of Leichhardt yet at 14-0 compounded, their last 40 defensive offering terrible for a team supposedly playing to show some unity and pride. I think they come off this 2nd half with a major risk of a down, and they have shown it doesn’t take much pressure to open they up, or smart defence to shut their attack down (scoring just 3 tries across the last 3 games). Once the early exchanges settle down (20 or so minutes) they become very prone to being opened up in behind the play the ball or on the edge of the ruck via positive off load and ball play (against their lazy defensive forwards and thin replacement bench), and once consistently on the back foot also then struggle defending down their edges.

The Dragons strengths can play to all of these weakness. They’ve muscle up front to work the yardage game, their backrow has been in quality form, collectively they can off load, play through the line and or in behind it, and as a unit they are defending well. While we are yet to see them week in week out up against some in form top of the table sides, and they have been advantaged to date playing 3 games at home, they are building some confidence off their winning form and certainly their attack had been far more positive and the influence of Vaughan a stand out. They need a smart kicking game and to play field position, if so then the Tigers, like the Warriors last week will give them enough error and defensive holes to capitalise.

The Dragons look well positioned here, for mine an 8 point gap, against a team with a -66 point differential off just their last 3 games. The Dragons need to turn up with composure, confidence, back themselves with the basic yet smart things they have been doing well through recent weeks and if so then I expect they go right on with this.

Bet 3 units Dragons -2.0 $1.90 Topsport / William Hill BB


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