NRL NRL 2018 Round 11 Preview

NRL 2018 – Round 11 Preview – Odds, Predictions & Tips

NRL 2018 Round 11 Preview

NRL Odds provided by Betstar

Panthers Stadium – 17/05/2018

Penrith Panthers ($1.60) vs Wests Tigers ($2.35)

Tip – Anticipate Penrith to return to top form and post a win over Wests Tigers at Panthers Stadium.

ANZ Stadium, Sydney – 18/05/2018

Parramatta Eels ($2.15) vs New Zealand Warriors ($1.72)

Tip – Whilst the Eels are a much-improved unit, the Warriors have been too big and strong in 2018. The Warriors to flex a little muscle and new found stern attitude to win over the Eels.

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane – 18/05/2018

Brisbane Broncos ($2.38) vs Sydney Roosters ($1.59)

Tip – The Broncos players lift several gears every year with Queensland Origin jerseys up for grabs. Brisbane in a very close one.

Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast – 19/05/2018

Gold Coast Titans ($2.06) vs Newcastle Knights ($1.77)

Tip – Battle of the injury-ravaged teams on the Gold Coast. The Knights have fewer players injured and for that reason only, I’ll tip them. It could be another close one.

1300SMILES Stadium, Townsville – 19/05/2018

North Queensland Cowboys ($1.68) vs South Sydney Rabbitohs ($2.20)

Tip – The Cowboys revival to overcome the Rabbits good record in Townsville? Your call.

AAMI Park, Melbourne – 19/05/2018

Melbourne Storm ($1.31) vs Manly Sea Eagles ($3.48)

Tip – This match could be much closer than the bookies suggest it will be. However, with Cameron Munster poised to play the house down in order to capture the Maroons number 6 jersey and make it his, the Storm should win.

Glen Willow Oval, Mudgee – 20/05/2018

St George-Illawarra Dragons ($1.38) vs Canberra Raiders ($3.10)

Tip – The two forms teams of the NRL take their show to the ‘bush’ in Mudgee. This looms as a danger game for the in-form Dragons, due to lose and against a Green Machine hell-bent on an upset.

Shark Park, Cronulla – 20/05/2018

Cronulla Sharks ($1.48) vs Canterbury Bulldogs ($2.70)

Tip – There’s few more intimidating places to go on a Sunday afternoon in search of an away win than Shark Park in the Shire. Canterbury won’t succeed in the quest. Sharks to win and win handsomely.

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