NRL Round 13 - 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.

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Sat, 3 Jun, 1:24 AM

 

NRL Round 13 - Multi for the Masses

 

Record: 3-1-1

 

It could’ve been an all-time weekend in round 12 with the Warriors play missing by a dropped bomb. Nevertheless we went 2-1 and had a neat 3.02 units of profit to show for it with an easy Raiders 1-12 making us some dollars.

 

Lets keep the momentum going!

 

Leg 1: - Sydney Roosters / Brisbane Broncos Over 37.5

 

Key betting factors in this one are Pearce’s absence and Benji Marshall’s inclusion.

 

Pearce has been a steadying factor for the Roosters this season and without him the Rooster will be playing more expansive and offensive football. Marshall is a defensive liability but can also provide the platform for a dangerous attack.

 

Both these teams have Origin stars returning. This is crucial, as those tired legs will come into play especially in the second half. Brisbane will be returning all their Origin.

 

Get on the Overs!

 

Leg 2: *Bet of the Round* Canberra-1.5

 

Motivation, motivation, motivation. The Eagles pulled a nail-biting victory over the Raiders n Canberra in round 8. This time round the Raiders have been blasted by the media for poor performances and have seen their coach have a major whine that they’re not playing up to the standards set last year.

 

The odds for this one are too good to pass up. Remember. Turbo Tom Trbojevic is out with an injury and they beat a flat Titans outfit last week.

 

Manly has covered 4 of the last 12 at Lottoland.

 

Get on the Green Machine!

 

Leg 3: Penrith-2

 

This is the game the Panthers put their season on the line.

 

The Panthers weren’t affected by Origin whilst the Bulldogs had Klemmer, Jackson and Morris in there. James Graham is in doubt for the clash with an arm injury.

 

Panthers will be fresher, and will probably be getting a returning Josh Mansour. He’ll provide that motivational boost.

 

Panthers have been rubbish all season, but for the bookies to put them as favourites against a Dogs pack in good form says something.

 

Get on the Mountain men!

 

Recap

Leg 1: Sydney / Brisbane Ov37.5

Leg 2: Canberra-1.5

Leg 3: Penrith-2

 

Approximate odds: 6.93

 

 

By Nik Hatzi

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