NRL Round 14 - Multi for the Masses

No matter if you’re a safety first punter or one who’s looking for that big win. We’ve got you covered either way. This selection of plays from three standout games offers value no matter what type of punter you are.

Sat, 10 Jun, 12:37 AM


Record: 4-3-1


Leg 1: New Zealand +2


Now I know what you’re thinking, Warriors = Ultimate Multi Killer. Fear not. This time there are trends, which support this daring move.


The Titans’ bogey team is the Warriors. The Warriors are 12-1 against the Titans since 2011 and 6-0 at Robina. They seem to find their mojo when they travel to the glitter strip.


The Warriors have had a week in Australia to acclimatize to the surroundings and play better when they’re in these spots.


Get on the Warriors!


Leg 2: Sydney Roosters 13+


The Rooster are in a good spot to run the rule over the Tigers. Last week, they were in total control of a very talented Broncos outfit and only allowed garbage points.


I honestly see the Tigers struggling to crack double digits in this one.


The Tigers are still trying to work Lolohea into the line up and helping him work with Brooks. The Tigers have only covered 3 of their last 12 at Campbelltown


The Roosters are arguably the best side in the comp. They average 40 points per contest against the Tigers. Lets respect that.


Get on the Chooks!


Leg 3: Canterbury Bulldogs +6


Love this play! Bet of the round for me as I love taking dogs who scored 6 or less points the week before. Canterbury was utterly embarrassed and this upcoming game against the Dragons would’ve been their sole focus all week.


With that said, the Dragons played rather poorly against an average Tigers outfit who was trying to work Lolohea into the line up. Dragons should’ve won by about 20.


Look for the Bulldogs to be inspired by Reynold’s return and for them to win this one outright.


Get on the Dogs!



Leg 1: New Zealand +2

Leg 2: Sydney 13+

Leg 3: Canterbury +6


Approximate odds: 6.93



By Nik Hatzi

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