Brisbane vs Melbourne (Friday) Betting Preview & Tips

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

Oddschecker
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Thu, 29 Jun, 2:49 AM

 

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

 

Melbourne has an outstanding record against the Broncos and has completely dominated the Queenslanders in recent times but it’s been the sneaky form of Brisbane that puts them in a good spot here.

 

Wayne Bennett’s side has won eight of their past 10 matches with their only two losses during this run coming in the Origin period where they have a terrible record anyway.

 

This match definitely shapes as a possible Grand Final preview as both sides are in form and are looking ominous for a deep run in the finals.

 

Melbourne had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Roosters in Adelaide last week. Leading by 12 with eight minutes left on the clock, Melbourne suffered from not having Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Billy Slater (among others) out on the field and eventually lost in Golden Point to the Roosters thanks to Mitchell Pearce’s field goal.

 

FORTRESS SUNCORP

BRISBANE has turned Suncorp Stadium into a fortress this season.

 

Dropping their first game against arch-nemesis North Queensland in Golden Point, Brisbane has gone on to win seven straight at the venue by an average winning margin of 13.2 points.

 

Their past six wins have all been built off the back of tremendous attack which has scored a minimum of 24 points while their defence has also done the job, holding their last four visitors scoreless in at least one half of each game.

 

FATIGUE FACTOR?

Craig Bellamy’s side has had to do a bit of traveling of late and this might be another trip that they didn’t want to make.

 

Last Saturday night they were at the Adelaide Oval and now they are heading to their ‘home away from home’ in Queensland. The ‘Big Three’ should make their way back into the starting line-up although there was some doubt over Cameron Smith. Punters should check the team sheets closer to kick off to see if the champion dummy half takes his place.

 

Origin Game II was Wednesday week ago, however, those who played will still be feeling the effects of the game as we have seen several players either injured or carry injuries in the aftermath.

 

That is the big fear for Melbourne’s stars as we are now past the halfway point of the season but there are still plenty of games to go before finals footy starts.

 

THE HISTORY

As mentioned earlier, MELBOURNE has a brilliant record against the Broncos.

 

The Storm has won 11 of the past 13 games while they are riding a formidable record at Suncorp with just two losses at the venue since 2005. One of those losses came against the Titans earlier this season in a thrilling 38-36 finale.

 

When it comes to games against the Broncos though it’s Melbourne with seven straight wins in front of the Broncos faithful.

 

THE VERDICT

We like the value that Brisbane is offering up there. The team at Unibet are paying $2.38 about a hometown win and that is good enough for us.

 

Their form has been irresistible of late and the combination of new halves Ben Hunt and Kodi Nikorima worked a treat last week in the nation’s capital and has offered Brisbane a new dimension.

 

On attack and defence stats there isn’t much between both sides and although the Storm have a great record at Suncorp, we are thinking that the home crowd could provide the difference here.

 

Sure they will be without Darius Boyd but they have a deep squad and even if Cameron Smith plays for the Storm we are willing to take the value about the home side. If Smith is out, then back the Broncos with far more confidence!

 

 

RECOMMENDED BET:

BRISBANE


VALUE PLAY:

BRISBANE 1-12 WINNING MARGIN – nine of the past 11 matches between the teams at Suncorp have been decided by 10 points or less

 

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

 

Melbourne has an outstanding record against the Broncos and has completely dominated the Queenslanders in recent times but it’s been the sneaky form of Brisbane that puts them in a good spot here.

 

Wayne Bennett’s side has won eight of their past 10 matches with their only two losses during this run coming in the Origin period where they have a terrible record anyway.

 

This match definitely shapes as a possible Grand Final preview as both sides are in form and are looking ominous for a deep run in the finals.

 

Melbourne had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Roosters in Adelaide last week. Leading by 12 with eight minutes left on the clock, Melbourne suffered from not having Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Billy Slater (among others) out on the field and eventually lost in Golden Point to the Roosters thanks to Mitchell Pearce’s field goal.

 

FORTRESS SUNCORP

BRISBANE has turned Suncorp Stadium into a fortress this season.

 

Dropping their first game against arch-nemesis North Queensland in Golden Point, Brisbane has gone on to win seven straight at the venue by an average winning margin of 13.2 points.

 

Their past six wins have all been built off the back of tremendous attack which has scored a minimum of 24 points while their defence has also done the job, holding their last four visitors scoreless in at least one half of each game.

 

FATIGUE FACTOR?

Craig Bellamy’s side has had to do a bit of traveling of late and this might be another trip that they didn’t want to make.

 

Last Saturday night they were at the Adelaide Oval and now they are heading to their ‘home away from home’ in Queensland. The ‘Big Three’ should make their way back into the starting line-up although there was some doubt over Cameron Smith. Punters should check the team sheets closer to kick off to see if the champion dummy half takes his place.

 

Origin Game II was Wednesday week ago, however, those who played will still be feeling the effects of the game as we have seen several players either injured or carry injuries in the aftermath.

 

That is the big fear for Melbourne’s stars as we are now past the halfway point of the season but there are still plenty of games to go before finals footy starts.

 

THE HISTORY

As mentioned earlier, MELBOURNE has a brilliant record against the Broncos.

 

The Storm has won 11 of the past 13 games while they are riding a formidable record at Suncorp with just two losses at the venue since 2005. One of those losses came against the Titans earlier this season in a thrilling 38-36 finale.

 

When it comes to games against the Broncos though it’s Melbourne with seven straight wins in front of the Broncos faithful.

 

THE VERDICT

We like the value that Brisbane is offering up there. The team at Unibet are paying $2.38 about a hometown win and that is good enough for us.

 

Their form has been irresistible of late and the combination of new halves Ben Hunt and Kodi Nikorima worked a treat last week in the nation’s capital and has offered Brisbane a new dimension.

 

On attack and defence stats there isn’t much between both sides and although the Storm have a great record at Suncorp, we are thinking that the home crowd could provide the difference here.

 

Sure they will be without Darius Boyd but they have a deep squad and even if Cameron Smith plays for the Storm we are willing to take the value about the home side. If Smith is out, then back the Broncos with far more confidence!

 

 

RECOMMENDED BET:

BRISBANE


VALUE PLAY:

BRISBANE 1-12 WINNING MARGIN – nine of the past 11 matches between the teams at Suncorp have been decided by 10 points or less

 

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

 

Melbourne has an outstanding record against the Broncos and has completely dominated the Queenslanders in recent times but it’s been the sneaky form of Brisbane that puts them in a good spot here.

 

Wayne Bennett’s side has won eight of their past 10 matches with their only two losses during this run coming in the Origin period where they have a terrible record anyway.

 

This match definitely shapes as a possible Grand Final preview as both sides are in form and are looking ominous for a deep run in the finals.

 

Melbourne had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Roosters in Adelaide last week. Leading by 12 with eight minutes left on the clock, Melbourne suffered from not having Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Billy Slater (among others) out on the field and eventually lost in Golden Point to the Roosters thanks to Mitchell Pearce’s field goal.

 

FORTRESS SUNCORP

BRISBANE has turned Suncorp Stadium into a fortress this season.

 

Dropping their first game against arch-nemesis North Queensland in Golden Point, Brisbane has gone on to win seven straight at the venue by an average winning margin of 13.2 points.

 

Their past six wins have all been built off the back of tremendous attack which has scored a minimum of 24 points while their defence has also done the job, holding their last four visitors scoreless in at least one half of each game.

 

FATIGUE FACTOR?

Craig Bellamy’s side has had to do a bit of traveling of late and this might be another trip that they didn’t want to make.

 

Last Saturday night they were at the Adelaide Oval and now they are heading to their ‘home away from home’ in Queensland. The ‘Big Three’ should make their way back into the starting line-up although there was some doubt over Cameron Smith. Punters should check the team sheets closer to kick off to see if the champion dummy half takes his place.

 

Origin Game II was Wednesday week ago, however, those who played will still be feeling the effects of the game as we have seen several players either injured or carry injuries in the aftermath.

 

That is the big fear for Melbourne’s stars as we are now past the halfway point of the season but there are still plenty of games to go before finals footy starts.

 

THE HISTORY

As mentioned earlier, MELBOURNE has a brilliant record against the Broncos.

 

The Storm has won 11 of the past 13 games while they are riding a formidable record at Suncorp with just two losses at the venue since 2005. One of those losses came against the Titans earlier this season in a thrilling 38-36 finale.

 

When it comes to games against the Broncos though it’s Melbourne with seven straight wins in front of the Broncos faithful.

 

THE VERDICT

We like the value that Brisbane is offering up there. The team at Unibet are paying $2.38 about a hometown win and that is good enough for us.

 

Their form has been irresistible of late and the combination of new halves Ben Hunt and Kodi Nikorima worked a treat last week in the nation’s capital and has offered Brisbane a new dimension.

 

On attack and defence stats there isn’t much between both sides and although the Storm have a great record at Suncorp, we are thinking that the home crowd could provide the difference here.

 

Sure they will be without Darius Boyd but they have a deep squad and even if Cameron Smith plays for the Storm we are willing to take the value about the home side. If Smith is out, then back the Broncos with far more confidence!

 

 

RECOMMENDED BET:

BRISBANE


VALUE PLAY:

BRISBANE 1-12 WINNING MARGIN – nine of the past 11 matches between the teams at Suncorp have been decided by 10 points or less

 

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

 

Melbourne has an outstanding record against the Broncos and has completely dominated the Queenslanders in recent times but it’s been the sneaky form of Brisbane that puts them in a good spot here.

 

Wayne Bennett’s side has won eight of their past 10 matches with their only two losses during this run coming in the Origin period where they have a terrible record anyway.

 

This match definitely shapes as a possible Grand Final preview as both sides are in form and are looking ominous for a deep run in the finals.

 

Melbourne had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Roosters in Adelaide last week. Leading by 12 with eight minutes left on the clock, Melbourne suffered from not having Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Billy Slater (among others) out on the field and eventually lost in Golden Point to the Roosters thanks to Mitchell Pearce’s field goal.

 

FORTRESS SUNCORP

BRISBANE has turned Suncorp Stadium into a fortress this season.

 

Dropping their first game against arch-nemesis North Queensland in Golden Point, Brisbane has gone on to win seven straight at the venue by an average winning margin of 13.2 points.

 

Their past six wins have all been built off the back of tremendous attack which has scored a minimum of 24 points while their defence has also done the job, holding their last four visitors scoreless in at least one half of each game.

 

FATIGUE FACTOR?

Craig Bellamy’s side has had to do a bit of traveling of late and this might be another trip that they didn’t want to make.

 

Last Saturday night they were at the Adelaide Oval and now they are heading to their ‘home away from home’ in Queensland. The ‘Big Three’ should make their way back into the starting line-up although there was some doubt over Cameron Smith. Punters should check the team sheets closer to kick off to see if the champion dummy half takes his place.

 

Origin Game II was Wednesday week ago, however, those who played will still be feeling the effects of the game as we have seen several players either injured or carry injuries in the aftermath.

 

That is the big fear for Melbourne’s stars as we are now past the halfway point of the season but there are still plenty of games to go before finals footy starts.

 

THE HISTORY

As mentioned earlier, MELBOURNE has a brilliant record against the Broncos.

 

The Storm has won 11 of the past 13 games while they are riding a formidable record at Suncorp with just two losses at the venue since 2005. One of those losses came against the Titans earlier this season in a thrilling 38-36 finale.

 

When it comes to games against the Broncos though it’s Melbourne with seven straight wins in front of the Broncos faithful.

 

THE VERDICT

We like the value that Brisbane is offering up there. The team at Unibet are paying $2.38 about a hometown win and that is good enough for us.

 

Their form has been irresistible of late and the combination of new halves Ben Hunt and Kodi Nikorima worked a treat last week in the nation’s capital and has offered Brisbane a new dimension.

 

On attack and defence stats there isn’t much between both sides and although the Storm have a great record at Suncorp, we are thinking that the home crowd could provide the difference here.

 

Sure they will be without Darius Boyd but they have a deep squad and even if Cameron Smith plays for the Storm we are willing to take the value about the home side. If Smith is out, then back the Broncos with far more confidence!

 

 

RECOMMENDED BET:

BRISBANE


VALUE PLAY:

BRISBANE 1-12 WINNING MARGIN – nine of the past 11 matches between the teams at Suncorp have been decided by 10 points or less

 

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

 

Melbourne has an outstanding record against the Broncos and has completely dominated the Queenslanders in recent times but it’s been the sneaky form of Brisbane that puts them in a good spot here.

 

Wayne Bennett’s side has won eight of their past 10 matches with their only two losses during this run coming in the Origin period where they have a terrible record anyway.

 

This match definitely shapes as a possible Grand Final preview as both sides are in form and are looking ominous for a deep run in the finals.

 

Melbourne had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Roosters in Adelaide last week. Leading by 12 with eight minutes left on the clock, Melbourne suffered from not having Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Billy Slater (among others) out on the field and eventually lost in Golden Point to the Roosters thanks to Mitchell Pearce’s field goal.

 

FORTRESS SUNCORP

BRISBANE has turned Suncorp Stadium into a fortress this season.

 

Dropping their first game against arch-nemesis North Queensland in Golden Point, Brisbane has gone on to win seven straight at the venue by an average winning margin of 13.2 points.

 

Their past six wins have all been built off the back of tremendous attack which has scored a minimum of 24 points while their defence has also done the job, holding their last four visitors scoreless in at least one half of each game.

 

FATIGUE FACTOR?

Craig Bellamy’s side has had to do a bit of traveling of late and this might be another trip that they didn’t want to make.

 

Last Saturday night they were at the Adelaide Oval and now they are heading to their ‘home away from home’ in Queensland. The ‘Big Three’ should make their way back into the starting line-up although there was some doubt over Cameron Smith. Punters should check the team sheets closer to kick off to see if the champion dummy half takes his place.

 

Origin Game II was Wednesday week ago, however, those who played will still be feeling the effects of the game as we have seen several players either injured or carry injuries in the aftermath.

 

That is the big fear for Melbourne’s stars as we are now past the halfway point of the season but there are still plenty of games to go before finals footy starts.

 

THE HISTORY

As mentioned earlier, MELBOURNE has a brilliant record against the Broncos.

 

The Storm has won 11 of the past 13 games while they are riding a formidable record at Suncorp with just two losses at the venue since 2005. One of those losses came against the Titans earlier this season in a thrilling 38-36 finale.

 

When it comes to games against the Broncos though it’s Melbourne with seven straight wins in front of the Broncos faithful.

 

THE VERDICT

We like the value that Brisbane is offering up there. The team at Unibet are paying $2.38 about a hometown win and that is good enough for us.

 

Their form has been irresistible of late and the combination of new halves Ben Hunt and Kodi Nikorima worked a treat last week in the nation’s capital and has offered Brisbane a new dimension.

 

On attack and defence stats there isn’t much between both sides and although the Storm have a great record at Suncorp, we are thinking that the home crowd could provide the difference here.

 

Sure they will be without Darius Boyd but they have a deep squad and even if Cameron Smith plays for the Storm we are willing to take the value about the home side. If Smith is out, then back the Broncos with far more confidence!

 

 

RECOMMENDED BET:

BRISBANE


VALUE PLAY:

BRISBANE 1-12 WINNING MARGIN – nine of the past 11 matches between the teams at Suncorp have been decided by 10 points or less

 

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

 

Melbourne has an outstanding record against the Broncos and has completely dominated the Queenslanders in recent times but it’s been the sneaky form of Brisbane that puts them in a good spot here.

 

Wayne Bennett’s side has won eight of their past 10 matches with their only two losses during this run coming in the Origin period where they have a terrible record anyway.

 

This match definitely shapes as a possible Grand Final preview as both sides are in form and are looking ominous for a deep run in the finals.

 

Melbourne had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Roosters in Adelaide last week. Leading by 12 with eight minutes left on the clock, Melbourne suffered from not having Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Billy Slater (among others) out on the field and eventually lost in Golden Point to the Roosters thanks to Mitchell Pearce’s field goal.

 

FORTRESS SUNCORP

BRISBANE has turned Suncorp Stadium into a fortress this season.

 

Dropping their first game against arch-nemesis North Queensland in Golden Point, Brisbane has gone on to win seven straight at the venue by an average winning margin of 13.2 points.

 

Their past six wins have all been built off the back of tremendous attack which has scored a minimum of 24 points while their defence has also done the job, holding their last four visitors scoreless in at least one half of each game.

 

FATIGUE FACTOR?

Craig Bellamy’s side has had to do a bit of traveling of late and this might be another trip that they didn’t want to make.

 

Last Saturday night they were at the Adelaide Oval and now they are heading to their ‘home away from home’ in Queensland. The ‘Big Three’ should make their way back into the starting line-up although there was some doubt over Cameron Smith. Punters should check the team sheets closer to kick off to see if the champion dummy half takes his place.

 

Origin Game II was Wednesday week ago, however, those who played will still be feeling the effects of the game as we have seen several players either injured or carry injuries in the aftermath.

 

That is the big fear for Melbourne’s stars as we are now past the halfway point of the season but there are still plenty of games to go before finals footy starts.

 

THE HISTORY

As mentioned earlier, MELBOURNE has a brilliant record against the Broncos.

 

The Storm has won 11 of the past 13 games while they are riding a formidable record at Suncorp with just two losses at the venue since 2005. One of those losses came against the Titans earlier this season in a thrilling 38-36 finale.

 

When it comes to games against the Broncos though it’s Melbourne with seven straight wins in front of the Broncos faithful.

 

THE VERDICT

We like the value that Brisbane is offering up there. The team at Unibet are paying $2.38 about a hometown win and that is good enough for us.

 

Their form has been irresistible of late and the combination of new halves Ben Hunt and Kodi Nikorima worked a treat last week in the nation’s capital and has offered Brisbane a new dimension.

 

On attack and defence stats there isn’t much between both sides and although the Storm have a great record at Suncorp, we are thinking that the home crowd could provide the difference here.

 

Sure they will be without Darius Boyd but they have a deep squad and even if Cameron Smith plays for the Storm we are willing to take the value about the home side. If Smith is out, then back the Broncos with far more confidence!

 

 

RECOMMENDED BET:

BRISBANE


VALUE PLAY:

BRISBANE 1-12 WINNING MARGIN – nine of the past 11 matches between the teams at Suncorp have been decided by 10 points or less

 

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

 

Melbourne has an outstanding record against the Broncos and has completely dominated the Queenslanders in recent times but it’s been the sneaky form of Brisbane that puts them in a good spot here.

 

Wayne Bennett’s side has won eight of their past 10 matches with their only two losses during this run coming in the Origin period where they have a terrible record anyway.

 

This match definitely shapes as a possible Grand Final preview as both sides are in form and are looking ominous for a deep run in the finals.

 

Melbourne had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Roosters in Adelaide last week. Leading by 12 with eight minutes left on the clock, Melbourne suffered from not having Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Billy Slater (among others) out on the field and eventually lost in Golden Point to the Roosters thanks to Mitchell Pearce’s field goal.

 

FORTRESS SUNCORP

BRISBANE has turned Suncorp Stadium into a fortress this season.

 

Dropping their first game against arch-nemesis North Queensland in Golden Point, Brisbane has gone on to win seven straight at the venue by an average winning margin of 13.2 points.

 

Their past six wins have all been built off the back of tremendous attack which has scored a minimum of 24 points while their defence has also done the job, holding their last four visitors scoreless in at least one half of each game.

 

FATIGUE FACTOR?

Craig Bellamy’s side has had to do a bit of traveling of late and this might be another trip that they didn’t want to make.

 

Last Saturday night they were at the Adelaide Oval and now they are heading to their ‘home away from home’ in Queensland. The ‘Big Three’ should make their way back into the starting line-up although there was some doubt over Cameron Smith. Punters should check the team sheets closer to kick off to see if the champion dummy half takes his place.

 

Origin Game II was Wednesday week ago, however, those who played will still be feeling the effects of the game as we have seen several players either injured or carry injuries in the aftermath.

 

That is the big fear for Melbourne’s stars as we are now past the halfway point of the season but there are still plenty of games to go before finals footy starts.

 

THE HISTORY

As mentioned earlier, MELBOURNE has a brilliant record against the Broncos.

 

The Storm has won 11 of the past 13 games while they are riding a formidable record at Suncorp with just two losses at the venue since 2005. One of those losses came against the Titans earlier this season in a thrilling 38-36 finale.

 

When it comes to games against the Broncos though it’s Melbourne with seven straight wins in front of the Broncos faithful.

 

THE VERDICT

We like the value that Brisbane is offering up there. The team at Unibet are paying $2.38 about a hometown win and that is good enough for us.

 

Their form has been irresistible of late and the combination of new halves Ben Hunt and Kodi Nikorima worked a treat last week in the nation’s capital and has offered Brisbane a new dimension.

 

On attack and defence stats there isn’t much between both sides and although the Storm have a great record at Suncorp, we are thinking that the home crowd could provide the difference here.

 

Sure they will be without Darius Boyd but they have a deep squad and even if Cameron Smith plays for the Storm we are willing to take the value about the home side. If Smith is out, then back the Broncos with far more confidence!

 

 

RECOMMENDED BET:

BRISBANE


VALUE PLAY:

BRISBANE 1-12 WINNING MARGIN – nine of the past 11 matches between the teams at Suncorp have been decided by 10 points or less

 

This is Brisbane’s best chance to record a rare win over the Storm.

 

Melbourne has an outstanding record against the Broncos and has completely dominated the Queenslanders in recent times but it’s been the sneaky form of Brisbane that puts them in a good spot here.

 

Wayne Bennett’s side has won eight of their past 10 matches with their only two losses during this run coming in the Origin period where they have a terrible record anyway.

 

This match definitely shapes as a possible Grand Final preview as both sides are in form and are looking ominous for a deep run in the finals.

 

Melbourne had their four-game winning streak snapped by the Roosters in Adelaide last week. Leading by 12 with eight minutes left on the clock, Melbourne suffered from not having Cooper Cronk, Cameron Smith and Billy Slater (among others) out on the field and eventually lost in Golden Point to the Roosters thanks to Mitchell Pearce’s field goal.

 

FORTRESS SUNCORP

BRISBANE has turned Suncorp Stadium into a fortress this season.

 

Dropping their first game against arch-nemesis North Queensland in Golden Point, Brisbane has gone on to win seven straight at the venue by an average winning margin of 13.2 points.

 

Their past six wins have all been built off the back of tremendous attack which has scored a minimum of 24 points while their defence has also done the job, holding their last four visitors scoreless in at least one half of each game.

 

FATIGUE FACTOR?

Craig Bellamy’s side has had to do a bit of traveling of late and this might be another trip that they didn’t want to make.

 

Last Saturday night they were at the Adelaide Oval and now they are heading to their ‘home away from home’ in Queensland. The ‘Big Three’ should make their way back into the starting line-up although there was some doubt over Cameron Smith. Punters should check the team sheets closer to kick off to see if the champion dummy half takes his place.

 

Origin Game II was Wednesday week ago, however, those who played will still be feeling the effects of the game as we have seen several players either injured or carry injuries in the aftermath.

 

That is the big fear for Melbourne’s stars as we are now past the halfway point of the season but there are still plenty of games to go before finals footy starts.

 

THE HISTORY

As mentioned earlier, MELBOURNE has a brilliant record against the Broncos.

 

The Storm has won 11 of the past 13 games while they are riding a formidable record at Suncorp with just two losses at the venue since 2005. One of those losses came against the Titans earlier this season in a thrilling 38-36 finale.

 

When it comes to games against the Broncos though it’s Melbourne with seven straight wins in front of the Broncos faithful.

 

THE VERDICT

We like the value that Brisbane is offering up there. The team at Unibet are paying $2.38 about a hometown win and that is good enough for us.

 

Their form has been irresistible of late and the combination of new halves Ben Hunt and Kodi Nikorima worked a treat last week in the nation’s capital and has offered Brisbane a new dimension.

 

On attack and defence stats there isn’t much between both sides and although the Storm have a great record at Suncorp, we are thinking that the home crowd could provide the difference here.

 

Sure they will be without Darius Boyd but they have a deep squad and even if Cameron Smith plays for the Storm we are willing to take the value about the home side. If Smith is out, then back the Broncos with far more confidence!

 

 

RECOMMENDED BET:

BRISBANE


VALUE PLAY:

BRISBANE 1-12 WINNING MARGIN – nine of the past 11 matches between the teams at Suncorp have been decided by 10 points or less​​​​

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