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NRL Round 12 Best of the Rest Tips & Previews

Check out the preview and best bets for the best of the rest in NRL Round 12.

Round 12 of the NRL season has lobbed as have the best best and suggested same game multis. 

Check out the best of the rest below!

Brisbane vs. Melbourne

May 27th 7:50pm

Brisbane Broncos play host to the Melbourne Storm at Suncorp Stadium. 

The Broncos produced one of the upsets of the season last week knocking off the Sydney Roosters with a big 34-16 win. 

Meanwhile, Craig Bellamy’s chargers continued to hunt down the Penrith Panthers with another resounding victory this time over the Canberra Raiders. 

Doubt the Broncos can achieve the feats they produced last week against a Storm team who is up and running. 

The silver lining for the Broncos, however, is that the Storm will be without Ryan Papenhuyzen who scored four tries in the 40-6 drubbing. 

Suggested Bets: Brisbane Broncos +21.5 at $1.92

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: Melbourne Storm head to head (SGM SPECIAL)
Leg 2: J. Addo Carr anytime try scorer
Leg 3: X. Coates anytime try scorer

Leg 4: Total points scored under 51.5
Combined odds = $8

North Queensland vs. New Zealand

May 28th 6:00pm

The chance to creep into the top eight is on offer for both North Queensland and New Zealand when they do battle on Friday night. 

The Cowboys and Warriors are both coming off Round 11 victories and enter this game with full momentum. 

New Zealand already boast a win against the Cowboys this season with Kodi Nikorima leading the way to a 24-20 victory. 

Sticking with the Warriors again. 

Suggested Bet: New Zealand Warriors -1.5 at $1.89

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: New Zealand Warriors -2.5
Leg 2: Total point scored under 50.5
Leg 3: K. Feldt anytime try scorer
Combined odds = $7.5

Wests Tigers vs. St George Illawarra

May 29th 7:55pm

Wests Tigers will look to continue their winning record against St George Illawarra on Friday night. 

The Tigers went down to New Zealand by four points last week but will be licking their lips at the prospect of a clash with the Dragons – a team they have beaten the last three occasions. 

It was a low-scoring 16-8 win for the Wests Tigers in Round 8 at WIN Stadium and that should give them confidence heading into this game. 

Suggested Bets: Wests Tigers -5.5 at $1.87

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: Wests Tigers head to head (SGM SPECIAL)
Leg 2: Total points scored under 49.5
Leg 3: J. Roberts to score a try anytime
Combined odds = $5

Penrith vs. Canterbury

May 29th 3:00pm

The best team in the league faces the worst team in the league when the premiership favourite Penrith meet the wooden-spoon bound Canterbury. 

This game has all the makings of a massacre given what the Panthers did to South Sydney last week. 

Penrith held Canterbury scoreless in Round 2 this season to skip away with an easy 28-0 win. 

Now, at home, against a battling Bulldogs team, it’s just a matter of how much the Panthers win by. 

Suggested Bets: Penrith Panthers -34.5 at $1.86

Suggested Same Game Multi: 
Leg 1: Penrith -34.5
Leg 2: B. To’o to score 2+ tries
Leg 3: C. Staines anytime try scorer
Combined odds = $4

Sydney vs. Canberra

May 29th 7:35pm

Sydney Roosters seek to bounce back from a shock loss against Brisbane last week when it hosts the Canberra Raiders. 

The Roosters were left red-faced by a brilliant Broncos squad as the injury toll faced by Trent Robinson’s men looked to finally reach breaking point. 

Canberra, too, looked out on their feet against Melbourne Storm and would have more misery bestowed on already disappointing season. 

A good team like the Roosters will almost always respond after a disappointing defeat, but the Raiders should be able to cover the line. 

Suggested Bets: Canberra Raiders +11.5 at $1.98

Cronulla vs. Gold Coast

May 30th 2:00pm

Cronulla takes the momentum of a golden point triumph over St George into its home clash with the Gold Coast Titans this Sunday. 

Chad Townsend sent Nestrata Jubilee Stadium into a frenzy with a last gasp 84th minute field goal to ensure the Sharks took home derby bragging rights. 

Gold Coast, meanwhile, was made to earn its win against bottom-placed Canterbury last week. 

The Titans needed the full 80 minutes to put the game to rest as a 77th minute converted Alexander Brimson try was enough to see them record a 30-20 win. 

Cronulla currently holds a five-game winning streak against the Titans dating back to 2018 which we believe will continue to hold sway. 

Suggested Bet: Cronulla head to head at $2.18

Newcastle vs. Manly

May 30th 4:05pm

The in-form Manly Sea Eagles travel to Newcastle for a Sunday evening clash with the Knights. 

Manly has looked a completely different machine since Tom Trbojevic recovered from his hamstring complaint. 

Three wins in a row has the Sea Eagles fraternity absolutely humming and it is probably last team, bar Penrith, the Knights wanted to see on the fixture this weekend. 

The Knights did notch up the league double against Manly last season, but ‘Turbo Tom’ did not play in either game. 

Expecting the Sea Eagles to make four on the bounce as they vie for a finals berth. 

Suggested Bet: Manly Sea Eagles -11.5 at $1.90

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