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Dragons are getting pasted. Not even a contest.
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Silver Tails to beat the Warriors - $1.85

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Nice call on Joey BG,the freak ruined my 3 team parlay with Brumbies -17.5/Broncos -16.5!!shouldve known better never to back against the FREAK again!!!!!Just warning others aswell who hope to learn from their lesson!!!!
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Parramatta v Penrith .. total match points under 48.5 .. Neither side has been involved in a contest that's gone over that mark thus far this season, both are honest defensively, particularly the Eels ..
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Parramatta v Penrith .. total match points under 48.5 .. Neither side has been involved in a contest that's gone over that mark thus far this season, both are honest defensively, particularly the Eels ..
Should be a walk in the park for the Panthers,the total could go over since both teams do have some attcking flare n their defence arent as up to date yet imo!!!!

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30 units on Penrith Panthers +4.5pts @ 1.80 over Parramatta Panthers- Panthers should run all over the Eels with ease IMO,see a comfortable 12+ win by the black cats!!!!Taking the pts but also a few units on ML aswel,saw the list of both sides and gee the Cats look strong while Eel missing a couple of players which will hurt em badl!!!!!
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Yeah, without doubt the strongest case has to be made for taking Penrith with the start in this one. Although I've 'tipped' the Eels, and won't be having a bet on this game, the Panthers definitely warrant support with the 4.5 ..

Sports Freak - you're right re the points total .. I reckon 80% of games this year have gone 'under' the mark but in most instances it's a real hit n hope kind of play. Just seeing whether anyone else out there could make a case for it!
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Yeah, without doubt the strongest case has to be made for taking Penrith with the start in this one. Although I've 'tipped' the Eels, and won't be having a bet on this game, the Panthers definitely warrant support with the 4.5 ..

Sports Freak - you're right re the points total .. I reckon 80% of games this year have gone 'under' the mark but in most instances it's a real hit n hope kind of play. Just seeing whether anyone else out there could make a case for it!
Lookin at this game sort of remind me of New/St G last nite for some reason,but i feel Panthers with their speed n full list will hurt the Eels big time!!!!I feel it will get ugly for the Eels n Brian Smith cant wait to go to Newcastle next yr for maybe Jones last yr n maybe then he might get the Premiership he has been long waiting for!!!!
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Hoping for a 30-16 win for the Panthers but there could be more pts!!!!
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Leaning on Who Let The Dogs out ML @ 1.55 over Raiders,maybe dogs 1-12 is a decent option,like the Under 48.5pts aswell!!!
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Roosters should be a walk in the park 2nite over the hpaless Broncos!!!!
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Agreed .. And if you fancy the Roosters, grab them soon. The Broncos have shortened from $1.80 to $1.70 but that's before last night's bombshell that Hodges and Tate were out as well. The Sydney media's been talking up the Roosters' 'outs' all week, but a front rower, second rower and centre compared to the Broncos with no recognised hooker, two backrowers out (Thorn & Costigan) their halfback volunteering himself for reserve grade (Seymour) and their best player (Hodges) out..?? The Roosters at home at $2 are the play..
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