NRL Round 25 Predictions, Odds, Previews & Tips

South Sydney Rabbitohs vs West Tigers – August 30

rabbithohs Rabbitohs

7:50 pm AEST

ANZ Stadium Sydney

 Tigers Tigers 

Rabbitohs $1.42 | Tigers $2.90


Tip – The Bunnies to take advantage of a mentally deflated Wests Tigers to record a win and gain momentum heading into the finals series.

New Zealand Warriors vs Canberra Raiders – August 31

Warriors Warriors 


6.00pm AEST

Mount Smart Stadium Auckland New Zealand


Warriors $1.55 | Raiders $2.45


Tip – We like the Warriors to win in their final regular season home game over the Raiders.

Melbourne Storm vs Penrith Panthers– August 31

Storm Storm


7:55 pm AEST

AAMI Park Melbourne

Panthers Panthers

Storm $1.44 | Panthers $2.80


Tip – Given Penrith’s determination to lock up the highest spot possible in the Top 8 (and the Melbourne injury toll), we like a Panthers upset.


Newcastle Knights vs St George-Illawarra Dragons – September 1

knights Knights 


3.00pm AEST

Newcastle International Sports Centre

Dragons_logo Dragons 

Knights $2.20 | Dragons  $1.68


Tip – With the Dragons place in the finals already secured, we’re taking the Knights to topple the Dragons in an upset win.


Gold Coast Titans vs North Queensland Cowboys – September 1






5:30 pm AEST

Robina Stadium Gold Coast


Titans $2.55 | Cowboys $1.52


Tip – All about emotion and Jonathan Thurston. He will be desperate to go out a winner and his fired-up Cowboys should ‘do it for JT’ and win.


Parramatta Eels vs Sydney Roosters – September 1






7.35pm AEST

ANZ Stadium, Sydney


Eels $4.00 | Roosters  $1.25


Tip – The Roosters should win in readiness for finals football.

Canterbury Bulldogs vs Cronulla Sharks – September 2



2.00pm AEST

ANZ Stadium Sydney

sharks Sharks

Bulldogs $2.65 | Sharks $1.48


Tip – The Sharks to do it nicely and win ahead of their 2018 Finals Campaign.


Brisbane Broncos vs Manly Sea Eagles – September 2


4.10pm AEST

Lang Park Brisbane


Broncos $1.47 | Eagles $2.70


Tip – Manly surprised with their fair share of upset wins in 2018, but they shouldn’t here. The Broncos to be too good at home in a rare Sunday afternoon fixture at Lang Park.

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