Big Marn's - Broncos v Panthers Tips

Broncos are still well short of their best heading into tonight's clash.

Darryl Brohman
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Thu, 21 Jul, 2:24 PM

Brisbane Broncos v Penrith Panthers

Having a look at the Oddschecker odds for this match, the Broncos come up very short ar around $1.28. I tipped them last week against an ordinary outfit but head back to Suncorp for this game still short of their best. Gillett is out as is Kahu for the Broncos.

The Panthers have lost 7 games by 8 points or less this season and for mine this is a good stat to back up taking the Panthers + the 11.5 start at $1.8. This is a very healthy plus for Penrith and they are meeting the Broncos at a time when they are not firing on all cylinders. I still think the Broncos will sneak home overall but not cover the start, and I will be having something on the Panthers / Broncos in the Half-Time / Full-Time Double at good odds 1.67.

Whilst on a roll here, Panthers to Score First at $2.55 looks overs, and Dallin Watene-Zelezniak $13 to be the First Try Scorer looks a decent price. Whilst Brisbane should sneak home, the Panthers look super with the bonus of the start.

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