Brisbane Broncos vs Melbourne Storm Live Scores, Stream, Odds and Results – NRL 2016 Round 17

Friday’s only NRL Round 17 match is between Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm with the game to be played at the Suncorp Stadium. The opening kick is set to commence at 17:50 local time with the home team Brisbane Broncos currently holding favouritism. View our NRL live scores, stream, odds and results for the game between Brisbane Broncos and Melbourne Storm.


When: 20:00 | Friday 01/07/2016

Where: Suncorp Stadium





Broncos: 1 Darius Boyd 2 Corey Oates 3 Kodi Nikorima 4 James Roberts 5 Lachlan Maranta 6 Anthony Milford 7 Ben Hunt 8 Josh McGuire 9 Andrew McCullough 10 Adam Blair 11 Alex Glenn 12 Matt Gillett 13 Corey Parker Interchange: 14 Jarrod Wallace 15 Tevita Pangai 16 Jaydn Sua 17 Travis Waddell.



Storm: 1 Young Tonumaipea 2 Suliasi Vunivalu 3 Cheyse Blair 4 Ryan Morgan 5 Marika Koroibete 6 Tohu Harris 7 Cooper Cronk 8 Jesse Bromwich 9 Cameron Smith 10 Jordan McLean 11 Kevin Proctor 12 Kenneth Bromwich 13 Dale Finucane Interchange: 14 Felise Kaufusi 15 Christian Welch 16 Matthew White 17 Benjamin Hampton 18 Curtis Scott 23 Slade Griffin.


Cameron Munster and Blake Green are likely to fall victim to Melbourne’s five-day break and miss the NRL pacesetter’s trip this weekend to Brisbane.

Wily Storm coach Craig Bellamy says he’s “more hopeful than confident” of their availability for the Friday night blockbuster at Suncorp Stadium.

Green (calf) took part in a light training session on Tuesday but Munster (ankle) wasn’t seen on Gosch’s Paddock as they prepared to visit their favourite NRL venue.

While their form-line of eight wins in nine weeks doesn’t show it, Bellamy admits team selection has proved difficult in recent weeks, with further injuries and State of Origin absences mounting up.

Complicating the picture further is their five-day break after Sunday’s 29-20 home win over the Wests Tigers, and a bye that follows their trip to Queensland.

Bellamy said the bottom line was he was eager for Munster and Green to return to the team.

“I can’t remember the last time we had such a bad injury run as we’ve had this year,” he said.

“We’d like them to be ready (for Brisbane) especially if they get the weekend off after.

“We don’t want to take that chance and them be out for another three or four weeks after that. We’re stretched now and we don’t want to be stretched after the Origin period.”

Bellamy said Munster, who had deputised ably for injury-struck veteran Billy Slater this season, and Green would be given until the last possible minute to make the flight north.

At Suncorp, the Storm enjoy a better winning record than they do even at their AAMI Park home ground.

A win would put the Storm back on top of the ladder but Bellamy said he was more interested in a convincing showing leading into their week off.

“It’s a great stadium. If not the best rugby league stadium in the world, it’s very close,” he said.

“But we’re just worried about the points.

“Hopefully, we can go into that break feeling pretty good about ourselves.”




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