2018 NRL Round 25 Betting Multi

August 29, 2018 by Posted in NRL Tips

Jonathan ThurstonThe NRL regular season concludes this weekend and we take a look at the best value matches for our NRL Round 25 Betting Multi.

Warriors vs Raiders (Friday, Aug 31 6:00pm AEST)
The multi for the week starts in New Zealand with the NZ Warriors looking to hit the finals with another win. They were impressive last week as they beat the Panthers by 20 points. Without Blake Green at five-eighth, the attacking display would have been a pleasing sign for Stephen Kearney. They’ve now won two straight at Mt Smart and I expect them to beat the Raiders. While Canberra has beaten the Rabbitohs and Roosters in back-to-back weeks, they’re not a great travelling side. Add to that, they’re just playing for pride at the moment. In 2018, they’ve gone 3-8 interstate and haven’t beaten a top 8 side in an away game this year. The main problem is their defence. They’ve leaked 40 or more points in back-to-back away games, which includes a 40-31 loss to the Panthers in Penrith. The Warriors just put up 36 points on the Panthers last week so the numbers are saying the Warriors should win comfortably again.

Storm vs Panthers (Friday, Aug 31 7:50pm AEST)
The second leg of this NRL multi heads to AAMI Park with a Melbourne Storm victory which is based on a few factors. Firstly, the Storm can lock up top spot on the ladder with a win. They’ll be dangerous with a home final and I expect them to come out and dominate the poor Panthers. Penrith are headed for the finals as well but their form is less than convincing. They were no match for the Warriors last week in New Zealand and will be on the road again for this clash. Their record in Melbourne is nothing short of terrible. They’ve lost all 7 games against the Storm at AAMI Park since 2010. In those games, they average 30 points against and just 8 points per game in attack. Melbourne is scoring just under 30 points per game in their 10 games at home this season. So this could get ugly for the Panthers.

Titans vs Cowboys (Saturday, Sep 1 5:30pm AEST)
The multi continues to the Gold Coast with the Titans playing the Cowboys. This game takes on extra significance as Johnathan Thurston heads onto the NRL field for the last time, which should motivate the away side. North Queensland’s attack came to life last week with a 44-6 thrashing of the Eels. So I think they should have similar success in attack this week. The Titans are 0-6 against the Cowboys since 2014 and are coming into this clash with fairly poor form. They did compete against the Storm last week in a 10-8 loss. But they have lost 6 of their last 8 in a poor end to the season. So with the Cowboys playing for Thurston, that should be enough to get them over the line.

Eels vs Roosters (Saturday, Sep 1 7:30pm AEST)
The fourth leg of our multi will be the Sydney Roosters taking down Parramatta. The Eels are destined for the spoon after two shocking performances. In North Queensland, their defence was non-existent as they leaked 44 points. Previously, they were held to 4 points in a 20-4 loss in Melbourne. They have won their last two at ANZ but the Roosters have more to play for in terms of the top 8. They would love to finish 2nd on the ladder and play a home final at Allianz. At ANZ previously, they beat the Rabbitohs 18-14 and I expect their attack to comfortably outplay the Eels. They crushed the Eels 48-10 when the two sides last met and the Roosters hold a 7-3 advantage since 2010. They’ve also won 10 of 12 against bottom 8 sides in 2018. In contrast, the Eels are just 1-10 against top 8 sides this season.

Broncos vs Sea Eagles (Sunday, Sep 2 4:10pm AEST)
The finale of the season takes place at Suncorp and we can see another Broncos victory. The Sea Eagles don’t have much to play for and that makes the Broncos dangerous. The home side can also potentially earn a home final if they win this clash and other results go their way. Coming into this matchup, they’ve knocked off the Roosters and Rabbitohs with two impressive displays by their defence. In those wins, they’ve averaged 13 points per game and that should be the key in keeping the Sea Eagles attack quiet. In the end, Manly has a 4-7 record against top 8 sides and Brisbane scored 38 points in their last game at Suncorp.

NRL Round 25 Multi – All bets placed with BetEasy

Warriors to defeat the Raiders – $1.55
Storm to defeat the Panthers – $1.52
Cowboys to defeat the Titans – $1.53
Roosters to defeat the Eels – $1.23
Broncos to defeat the Sea Eagles – $1.33

Multi Odds: $5.90
Multi Odds $50 bet: $295 return


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