NRL NRL 2018 Round 16 Preview

NRL 2018 – Round 16 Preview – Odds, Predictions & Tips

NRL 2018 Round 16 Preview

NRL Odds provided by Betstar



St George-Illawarra Dragons ($1.33) vs Parramatta Eels ($3.34)

WIN Stadium, Wollongong – 28/06/2018

Tip – The Dragons, if their contingent of Origin players are not too sore or injured, to win quite easily.

New Zealand Warriors ($1.86) vs Cronulla Sharks ($1.95)

Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand – 29/06/2018

Tip – Another high-quality match in a round full of them. The bookies have this one absolutely correct. Too close to call.

Sydney Roosters ($2.20) vs Melbourne Storm ($1.68)

Adelaide Oval– 29/06/2018

Tip – The Roosters are taking their home game to Adelaide? We think the move will back fire and Melbourne will receive the bulk of the crowd support in another AFL dominated city and take the win.


Penrith Panthers ($1.25) vs Manly Sea Eagles ($4.00)

Panthers Stadium, Penrith – 30/06/2018

Tip – This match is a test to see how well the Panthers back up from having so many players involved in State of Origin. They should win, but this is uncharted territory for them.


Newcastle Knights ($1.68) vs Canterbury Bulldogs ($2.20)

Newcastle International Sports Centre – 30/06/2018

Tip – We like the Knights over the Dogs in an end-of-financial year special bet with Betfair.


Brisbane Broncos ($1.58) vs Canberra Raiders ($2.40)

Lang Park, Brisbane – 30/06/2018

Tip – Not AS affected in having as many players returning from State of Origin duty as they have had in years gone by – we like the Broncos to just edge Canberra for the 4 premiership points.


West Tigers ($1.54) vs Gold Coast Titans ($2.50)

Leichhardt Oval, Balmain– 01/07/2018

Tip – Oh my, the first match of the New Financial Year has upset written all over it. Do you want to start your New Year with a big winning bet on the Titans? Could be close.


South Sydney Rabbitohs ($1.33) vs North Queensland Cowboys ($3.35)

Barlow Park, Cairns – 01/07/2018

Tip – The Rabbits and North Queensland meet in Cairns to determine the Cowboys finals fate in 2018. The Cowboys might be better prepared for the tropical heat.

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