nrl round 25
The last-ditch finals dream is over for both of these teams, leaving Newcastle and Penrith with little more than bragging rights on the line to close out the home and away season. We don’t think the Cowboys will be playing for pride, however, Melbourne might choose to rest some of their star players. Dean Pay’s side now looks to end the season on a high note, but that might be easier than done against a very dangerous looking Broncos outfit. Back Parramatta To Beat The Line (+9.5 Points). Corey Jensen 19. Brian To'o 6. Newcastle’s big win over the Titans last week was a nice confidence booster looking ahead to next season, but with a poor 4-7 record on the road, it’s difficult to find confidence in the Knights. Elliott Whitehead 13. Saturday 1st September, 5:30pm, Cbus Super Stadium. Bunty Afoa was dropped from the bench and replaced by Josh Curran, while Hayze Perham and Leviaha Pulu were the two players left out on Friday. Jarrod Croker 4. Peni Terepo 21. Zane Tetevano 16. Cowboys: 1. It really would not surprise if Canberra have completely given up on this season and the Knights can beat the line with a massive start of 14.5 points. The added inclusion of Brett Ferguson also payed huge dividends in the late stages against the Broncos, which should help the Eels come good on their 5-3 record as the line favourite. Blayke Brailey was the other player trimmed from the reserves on Saturday. Be sure to check out all of our 2018 NRL Round 25 tips in our preview below! If the Bulldogs can run all over the Dragons like they did, it’s tough to get involved with this market this week. Benji Marshall 7. The Eels have plenty of soul searching to do after last week’s heartbreaker against the Broncos at Suncorp. Joe Stimson 20. Verdict: Sunday afternoon in front of a packed Leichhardt Oval, both teams with their seasons on the line - does it get any better than this? using Secure Sockets Layer with 2048-bit encryption. Nick Meaney 3. Moses Leota 11. They are currently seventh on the NRL ladder and could slip down to 8th depending on results earlier in the round. The Manly Sea Eagles need to win one more game to earn a berth in the NRL Finals and they are favourites to do just that against the New Zealand Warriors. Broncos: The Broncos are also 1-17. The last time the Broncos defeated the Dogs in Sydney was way back in 2015, and with Canterbury returning home for the first time in just under a month, you can expect the Bulldogs to be up for a fight. Isaac Liu 11. New Zealand have won only one of their past four games as home underdogs and they continue to be one of the worst betting teams in the NRL. Lindsay Collins 15. Dominated in possession, struggling to complete sets, dropping the ball, and most importantly, absolutely no impact on the scoreboard. The Titans have lost five games on the trot and it really is tough to see how they are favourites for this clash. There is nowhere near as much between these two teams as the current betting market suggests and the Eels are an excellent bet to cover the line. Since then the Roosters have found their way back into their groove as they head towards a title defence. Brad Takairangi 15. Business is about to pick up this weekend as the home and away season comes to a close. Cronulla will be looking to rebound following last week’s gut-wrenching loss to the Raiders at home. The Canterbury Bulldogs ended their losing streak with a shock win over the Manly Sea Eagles, but it is still the Gold Coast Titans that will start this clash as favourites. The week kicks off with the Rabbitohs hosting the Roosters in a top four clash which will tell us a lot about the premiership winning hopes of both teams. Moses hoping he's learned from finals failures, Corvo the man behind the Storm's professionalism, Six Again: Some real pretenders going into the finals, Warriors finish season on a high vs. Sea Eagles, Marshall's farewell match ruined by injury, Raiders hold off Sharks in finals preview, Rabbitohs destroy Roosters for biggest win since 1980, Knights stumble as Titans cap off their season in style, Rabbitohs pile on 60 against finals-bound Roosters, Cowboys hand Broncos the wooden spoon with easy win, NRL Round Table: Clear winner in 2020 most disappointing team award, Six Again: Refereeing causes Ricky to blow his stack, Aubusson stars in 303rd game as the Roosters down the Sharks, Bellamy flips Smith the bird in Storm win, Storm score nine tries in emphatic win over Tigers, Panthers clinch minor premiership in Townsville, Bulldogs stun Rabbitohs, win third game of 2020.


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