NRL Best Tips and Multi Bet of the Weekend | Round 8

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Bren Gray
NRL Multi Bet of the Weekend

Last week’s NRL brought us some nailbiters alongside some one-sided thrashings. What can we expect once the action returns for round eight? We’ve scoured NRL betting sites and unearthed a potential goldmine of a multi bet featuring the Warriors, Dragons and Rabbitohs. Our expert pick could see your wager multiplied a staggering seven times! 

New Zealand Warriors vs. Gold Coast Titans

April 25th, 15:00 AEDT, Go Media Stadium, Auckland 

The Warriors walk into this tie following a surprising defeat at the WIN Stadium. The Dragons, inspired by an outgoing Zac Lomax, cruised to a 30-12 win against the Kiwis. The Titans, on the other hand, came close to end their winless run. However, they fell short in a 34-30 affair. 

The Warriors were off-colour against the Dragons last week, but we expect a strong showing against the Titans. The Gold Coast side improved in round seven, but this is a fixture the Warriors should be targeting for a hefty victory. Covering the -11.5 line should be no issues for New Zealand, with the Warriors eager to prove they’re still title contenders in 2024. 

St. George-Illawarra Dragons vs. Sydney Roosters

April 25th, 17:05 AEDT, Allianz Stadium, Sydney 

Shane Flanagan’s men treated the Allianz Arena crowd with to dominant win over the Warriors last week. The Roosters did not have such good luck, however, as they saw the Melbourne Storm snatch a last-gasp victory in front of the Tricolours faithful. 

The Dragons are a bit of a yo-yo team, but they'll fancy their chances of running the Roosters close at home. The 1.91 odds, provided by bookmaker bet365, for St. George-Illawarra at a +6.5 handicap are looking mighty fine. While the Roosters are usually the stronger outfit, they're not without their problems. Injuries are likely to disrupt their flow, and this one should be tight. 

Melbourne Storm vs. South Sydney Rabbitohs

April 25th, 20:50 AEDT, Allianz Stadium, Sydney 

The Storm stayed within touching distance of the NRL summit by overcoming the Roosters in a thrilling encounter. South Sydney, meanwhile, paid the price for their below par defending against the Sharks.  

The Rabbitohs have been a disappointment so far in 2024, but anyone who has watched the NRL for a minute will know that no team stays down for long. Particularly not one with as much firepower as the bunnies. Historically, South Sydney have been a tough challenge for the Storm. Taking the Rabbitohs at a +12.5 handicap is a great bet here – they might not get across the line, but it’ll be close. 

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