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Luxbet – Rugby NRL Week 10
Luxbet – Rugby NRL Round 10
Friday 11th May
Brisbane Broncos v Manly Warringah Sea Eagles at Suncorp Stadium, 7pm
Canterbury Bankstwon Bulldogs v Gold Coast Titans at Suncorp Stadium, 8:45pm
Saturday 12th May
Warriors v Sydney Roosters at Mt Smart Stadium, 7:30pm
Newcastle Knights v North Queensland Cowboys at Hunter Stadium, 7:30pm
Canberra Raiders v Parramatta Eels at Canberra Stadium, 2:00pm
Cronulla Sharks v Melbourne Storm at Toyota Stadium, 3:00pm
Monday 14th May
Penrith Panthers v St George Illawarra Dragons at Centrebet Stadium, 7:00pm
There is a feast of football on Friday at the Suncorp Stadium with a superb double-header. The show begins with a clash between second-placed Broncos and sixth-placed Sea Eagles which is followed by the Bulldogs versus the Titans. Brisbane suffered their first defeat in seven weeks at the hands of the Warriors last Saturday and will be looking to bounce back to sustain their pursuit of Premiership leaders Melbourne.
Manly Sea Eagles recorded only their second back-to-back victory of the season against the Raiders last weekend and will provide stiff opposition. The Broncos will be without halfback Peter Wallace due to a niggling hamstring injury and his place will be taken by Ben Hunt. Manly coach Geoff Toovey is still without his star pivot Kieran Foran, but David Williams returns on the right wing with Dean Whare added to their extended bench along with Joe Galuvao. Their only other starting change sees Jamie Buhrer run on in the back row in place of Daniel Harrison.
It’s a significant game for George Rose who suits up for his 100th NRL start, and Matt Gillett who will play his 50th game in Broncos colours. There is little to split these sides on the head-to-head of previous meetings with the Broncos emerging victorious on 17 occasions, the Sea Eagles 16 times with one draw. However, the Eagles have won six of the previous eight meetings between the teams. The most recent clash resulted in the Broncos being knocked out of the 2012 Premiership race 26-14 in their grand final qualifier at Allianz Stadium. History suggests this could be a very close match. Only 31 points separate the sides over their 34 previous meetings.
Luxbet make Manly favourites on the head-to-head at $1.85 with the Broncos paying $1.97. The Bulldogs are favourites at $1.31 to beat Gold Coast ($3.50). Luxbet have over forty markets on each of this weekend’s NRL matches.