NRL 2015 Round 22 Tips and Odds

View our tips and selections as well as a look at the odds, teams and match times/stadiums for Round 22 of the NRL 2015 home and away season.

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Match 1: Brisbane Broncos ($1.35) vs Canterbury Bulldogs ($3.00)

When: 19:45 | Friday 07/08/2015

Where: Suncorp Stadium

Tip: Brisbane Broncos at $1.35



Match 2: Manly Sea Eagles ($1.87) vs South Sydney Rabbitohs ($1.87)

When: 19:45 | Friday 07/08/2015

Where: Brookvale Oval

Tip: South Sydney Rabbitohs at $1.87



Match 3: New Zealand Warriors ($1.80) vs St George Illawarra Dragons ($1.95)

When: 15:05 | Saturday 08/08/2015

Where:Westpac Stadium

Tip: New Zealand Warriors at $1.80



Match 4: Cronulla Sharks ($2.40) vs Nth Queensland Cowboys ($1.53)

When: 17:35 | Saturday 08/08/2015

Where:Remondis Stadium

Tip: Nth Queensland Cowboys at $1.53



Match 5: Parramatta Eels ($2.00) vs Penrith Panthers ($1.75)

When: 19:35 | Saturday 08/08/2015

Where:TIO Stadium

Tip: tba



Match 6: Melbourne Storm ($1.15) vs Gold Coast Titans ($4.85)

When: 14:05 | Sunday 09/08/2015

Where: AAMI Park

Tip: tba



Match 7: Newcastle Knights ($5.20) vs Sydney Roosters ($1.14)

When: 16:10 | Sunday 09/08/2015

Where: Hunter Stadium Ground

Tip: Sydney Roosters at $1.14



Match 8: Canberra Raiders ($1.42) vs Wests Tigers ($2.75)

When: 19:00 | Monday 10/08/2015

Where: GIO Stadium

Tip: Wests Tigers at $2.75




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All odds are subject to change. Odds listed are correct at the time of the latest update.


The NRL could receive up to $1.7 billion in a record broadcast deal with Fox Sports which will see every game in every round shown live for the first time.

News Corp reported on Tuesday the soon-to-be-secured deal between the NRL and Fox Sports for Rugby League broadcast rights from 2018 to 2022 could see major changes to match scheduling, including a Thursday night game and possibly ending Monday night football.

Only one match would be held on Friday night under the new deal, with three on both Saturday and Sunday and the new Thursday night football fixture.

All eight matches would be shown live on Fox Sports, with an additional three games to be broadcast live on free-to-air television.

State of Origin, said to be more valuable than even the NRL grand final, will remain on free-to-air.

The $1.7-billion broadcast windfall will be a 70 per cent increase on their current $1-billion deal, which would help the NRL to lift the salary cap from $7.5 million to $11 million.

Grants to clubs would also rise from $7.8 million to $12 million, helping them retain the game’s elite players.

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