Sunday July 12, 4:05pm, McDonald Jones Stadium, Sunday July 12, 4:05pm, McDonald Jones Stadium. Roosters. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Bradman Best 5. Matt Lodge replacing Corey Oates is also on the cards, while the jury is still out on Darius Boyd, Brodie Croft and Anthony Milford. Tom Dearden 15. Matt Frawley 20. Canterbury have won only three of their past 13 games as away underdogs and their record against the line in this scenario isn’t much better. One week they upset the Cowboys, and the next they lose by eight-points to Manly in uninspiring fashion. Haumole Olakau’atu. Tip: Back the Dragons to Cover the Line (+2.5 Points) @ $2.00. Andrew McCullough 10. Adam Reynolds 8. Alex Glenn 12. Luciano Leilua 13. Watson and Phoenix Crossland were culled from the extended squad 24 hours before kick-off. James Fisher-Harris 11. South Sydney wasted no time cracking the scoreboard, holding the Broncos to just one try in the 38-6 defeat. David Fusitu’a 3. Jack Wighton 7. Every game of every round Live & On-Demand with no-ad breaks during play. Mikaele Ravalawa 6. The Storm continue to be a safe bet as the punter’s elect – they have won 13 of their past 16 games as favourites and are 4-1 as away favourites – and they are a credible 3-2 against the line as away favourites. Renouf To’omaga 17. The North Queensland Cowboys made it four wins on the trot with a comprehensive defeat of the Parramatta Eels last weekend, while the Manly Eagles returned to winning form with a scratchy victory over the Newcastle Knights. Issac Luke 10. Lachlan Burr 20. Gold Coast find themselves as slight favourites with home-field advantage, although it wouldn’t be surprising to watch the market swing back and forth. Kerrod Holland 15. Taniela Paseka 9. New Zealand have won only four of their past seven games as home favourites, but they have covered the line in each of those wins. Get your 14-day free trial & start streaming instantly, Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Join PlayUp Today; July 11 at 7.35pm – GIO Stadium, Canberra. Scott Sorensen 19. Brodie Croft 8. Back Manly To Beat The Line (-2.5 Points), Friday 28 April, 7:50pm, 1300Smiles Stadium. Analysis: The Warriors receive a huge boost in their bid for back-to-back wins with captain Roger Tuivasa-Sheck returning from a one-game ban. Nelson Asofa-Solomona 18. Bryce Cartwright 5. Mark Nicholls 19. Darryn Schonig 19. The Under has saluted in the past four games played by the Cowboys and has been a profitable betting play in Panthers games over the past 12 months.
Wayde Egan 10. Don’t look now, but the Sharks suddenly find themselves back in the eight following their third consecutive win last week. There’s plenty of value in this game, but you’d be wise to stick with the Dogs here. Joseph Manu 5. Elliott Whitehead 13. Craig Bellamy and Ricky Stuart won’t have to rewind very far in their film sessions this week. The Knights and the Eels kick Sunday off with a potential finals preview from Newcastle, right before the Dragons and Sea Eagles look to bounce-back in the nightcap. Benji Marshall 19. Reed Mahoney 10.
Braden Hamlin-Uele 16. For round 9 2020, Sky Sports will be showing each and every match live, Step 2: Choose your pass length (Either Day or Month), Step 3: Complete the simple registration page, pay and follow instructions on how to watch. Raymond Faitala-Mariner 13. Roosters: Brett Morris was a late withdrawal after suffering a groin injury in the warm-up, with Matt Ikuvalu to replace him. Tom Gilbert 16. Full Match Replay: Titans v Warriors - Round 9, 2020. Nathan Brown 14. Despite their dismal start to the season, the Sydney Roosters have still won nine out of their past ten games as home favourites and they are 11-7 against the line in the past 12 months. It brings Dunamis Lui into the starting front row, and a debut for Kai O’Donnell on the bench. Warriors. Erin Clark 10. Jarome Luai 7.
Daniel Saifiti 11. Penrith found things a little tougher against the Tigers but still managed to squeak out a five-point win to remain within a stone’s throw of the Eels. Pasami Saulo 17. Blayke Brailey 10. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow 2. On the flip side, Jordan Rapana looks to return to the side. Liam Knight 15. Corey Jensen and Jake Granville dropped out of the squad on game day after Murray Taulagi and Reuben Cotter were the two players to drop out 24 hours before the match. Joseph Manu 5.
Here at RLBet we preview and predict each and every game from the NRL. Patrick Carrigan 14. Scott Drinkwater 7. Roosters: Round 9. Scott Sorensen and Connor Tracey were trimmed from the extended bench an hour before kick-off while Will Kennedy was omitted on Friday. The betting market that does appeal in this clash is the Under in Total Points betting. Jack Cogger 21. Danny Levi 10. There’s still plenty of time left in the season, but with a backlog of teams fighting for a spot in the eight, Paul Green will sense the importance of this game with his side now sitting 11th on the ladder. Stefano Utoikamanu 16. Corey Oates 13. However, Matt Lodge has been named in the 21 and could be a late inclusion. James Tedesco 2. Canberra Raiders Christian Crichton 6.
Herbie Farnworth 4. Alex Johnston 6. Kai O’Donnell 16. Steven Marsters 20. Jack Wighton 7. Mitch Kenny 19. Winger Daniel Tupou (ankle) and skipper Boyd Cordner (rested - head knock) are out. Munster has been named in the squad but isn’t expected to be fit to play. Winning on the road is still an issue and they have won only two of their past 11 games as away underdogs, while their record against the line isn’t much better.
Sydney Roosters Kayo is your ticket to the 2020 NRL Telstra Premiership. Stefano Utoikamanu debuts off the bench with Ray Stone and Oregon Kaufusi out of the team. Back Melbourne To Beat The Line (-7.5 Points). Luke Brooks 8. Email. Darius Boyd 5. Damien Cook plays his 100th NRL game in Friday’s clash with the Tigers. Analysis: Coach John Morris has been forced to reshuffle his back line after Matt Moylan sustained a hamstring injury.
Recommended Bet: Back The Sydney Roosters To Beat The Line (-12.5 Points), Saturday 30 April, 7:30pm, Brookvale Oval.