4 reasons why Cody will walk all over the Dogs

Can the 2019 NRL leading try scorer continue his hot streak?

Oddschecker
 | 
Thu, 18 Apr, 12:00 AM

Cody Walker scorched the Warriors last week with a 4 try frenzy – and the Souths star is ready to add to his bulging try tally against the lowly Bulldogs.

Bunnies coach Wayne Bennett is a noted Walker fan and the absence of Braidon Burns and the now-retired Greg Inglis saw Walker encouraged to increase his attacking responsibility. The result? Four tries plus a season-high 12 runs and 149 running metres.

The Bulldogs have sunk to the bottom of the NRL ladder and with the Bunnies able to climb into the top 2 with a big win, it’s the ideal scenario for Walker to continue his hot streak:

 

  •     -  Walker is the NRL’s leading try scorer in 2019 (6 tries in 5 matches)
  •     -  Nobody has scored more tries for Souths since the start of Round 1, 2018 than Walker (18)
  •     -  Canterbury have the NRL’s worst defence (142) and have conceded at least 36 points in 3 of their last 5 games
  •     -  Including Ryan Matterson’s stint filling in for the injured Benji Marshall, the Dogs have conceded at least 1 try to a half in 4 of their last 5 starts

 

Sportsbet have strong value on Walker and his Bunnies to deliver against the Bulldogs.

 

  •     -  $4* for Walker to score anytime/Souths to win
  •     -  $3.50* for Walker to score anytime
  •     -  $7.70* for Walker to score anytime/Souths to win 13+

 

And if you’re eligible for the offers below, you can win even more. For example – a $100* bet on Walker to score anytime and Souths to win could return you a tasty $300*!

Enjoy the game and the Easter long weekend!

*Odds correct at time of posting

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