4 reasons why Holmes could be in for a big night and how you can profit from it.

Holmes has scored at least 1 try in 8 of Cronulla’s last 10 matches.

Fri, 21 Sep, 12:00 AM

If anybody is going to stop the Storm this year it’s likely to be the Sharks. So if they do you can bet Valentine Holmes will be amongst the tries. There’s definitely a few things in his favour heading into the match.


  • - The Sharks won both encounters between the clubs this year and are 4 from their last 5 against the Storm.
  • - Holmes crossed for a try the last time these clubs met at AAMI park in Rd 22
  • - Holmes has scored at least 1 try in 8 of Cronulla’s last 10 matches.
  • - Holmes has the most linebreaks in the NRL this season with 26, the next best being 20.


You can currently get Holmes:


  • - Score first try at $11* with BetEasy
  • - To score two or more tries at $9* with UBET
  • - Or $2.25* for Anytime try scorer with Ladbrokes


What’s more if you are able to view the offers below you could really multiply your return. For example a winning $150 bet on Holmes to score first try could get you around $1500!





Either way it should be a cracker! Good luck on the punt.

*Prices correct at time of posting and subject to fluctuation.

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