Looking over the fixture, Matt Adamson likes the prospect of getting into some Multis Betting in this weekend's NRL.
Sea Eagles v Dragons, Friday night
We're right in the middle of the season and this week's feature game has each coach feeling a little edgy after both the Dragons and the Sea Eagles put in poor performances, but at least one came away with a win.
What I find even more interesting for both these teams is that they don't feature at all at the top of the ladder, so that makes this game even more vital.
Geoff Toovey would be disgusted with his side's performance, as they just didn't turn up at all last week against the Panthers, and I'm filthy because I backed them big time with -3.5 and felt they were specials.
How wrong was I??!
Although Manly have won at times without Kieran Foran, they are nowhere near the team when he does not play, and now throw into the mix Steve Matai's suspension due to a good old fashion stiff arm, and the back line is weakened again.
My biggest question mark is their forward pack. At times they lack toughness and were certainly outmuscled by the Panthers last weekend, so the question is: are the Dragons up to a physical Friday night encounter?
I don't see toughness here either, which leaves us with two very creative packs that will run around trying to create opportunities, rather than driving it hard through the middle.
This leads us to creative errors that give coaches grey hair, or in Geoff Toovey's case, none.
Betfair punters, have a little look at this and tell me if you see a chance to pick up some cash, because I do!
I like the Warriors at home to the Storm. Melbourne had players back up 24 hours after the Origin against the Broncos, which would have taken some miles out of the tank, and now the'yre forced to jump on a plane and to fly to New Zealand.
The Broncos, with all their stars back on deck, including Peter Wallace directing the ship, will be out to make up for their loss to the Storm on Friday night. I can't see them going taking back-to-back losses, they are contenders, not pretenders.
Sharks against the Eels, who are at least trying but don't have the punch to get over the men from down South.
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