NRL NRL 2018 Round 8 Preview

NRL 2018 – Round 8 Preview – Odds, Predictions & Tips

NRL 2018 Round 8 Preview

NRL Odds by Betstar

Allianz Stadium, Sydney – Anzac Day – 25/04/2018

St George-Illawarra Dragons ($1.73) vs Sydney Roosters ($2.15)

Tip – The Dragons will be better than the side who lost to the Warriors last time out and will test the Roosters frail defence all day in the Anzac Day blockbuster.

AAMI Park, Melbourne – Anzac Day – 25/04/2018

Melbourne Storm ($1.62) vs New Zealand Warriors ($2.35)

Tip – Few sides are considered ‘bogey’ teams for the Storm, but the Warriors are one. It seems like the Warriors are the real deal and there’s no bigger test than to take on the Storm. A toss-up. Your call.

ANZ Stadium, Sydney – 26/04/2018

South Sydney Rabbitohs ($1.60) vs Brisbane Broncos ($2.35)

Tip – The Rabbitohs to defeat the once mighty Broncos.

Brookvale Oval – 27/04/2018

Manly Sea Eagles ($1.54) vs Newcastle Knights ($2.50)

Tip – Which Manly will turn up? They are the hottest-and-coldest side in the comp. We’ll tip them because they’re playing at home on the Northern Beaches and injured Mitchell Pearce is out for the season for the Knights.

Panthers Stadium – 27/04/2018

Penrith Panthers ($1.52) vs Canterbury Bulldogs ($2.55)

Tip – The Bulldogs are slowly improving but perhaps not enough to beat the in-form Panthers at home.

Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast – 28/04/2018

Gold Coast Titans ($2.10) vs Cronulla Sharks ($1.75)

Tip – Our tip for upset of the week. The Titans to win at home against the Sharks. The lion-hearted Titans love an afternoon home upset in Robina against a more fancied opponent. They thrive on it.

1300SMILES Stadium – 28/04/2018

North Queensland Cowboys ($1.42) vs Canberra Raiders ($2.90)

Tip – Make your own mind up in this one. Somehow, the bookies have installed the Cowboys as favourites for this one despite their woeful form. To be fair, the Raiders haven’t been much better. Your call.

ANZ Stadium, Sydney – 29/04/2018

Parramatta Eels ($2.35) vs West Tigers ($1.60)

Tip – Sorry Parra. The impressive Tigers looking to improve on last week’s loss to the Knights to pour more misery on your despicable 2018 season.

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