NRL 2015 Round 20 Tips and Odds

See the odds for each of the NRL matches in Round 20 of the 2015 season as well as our tips and multi bet.

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Match 1: Brisbane Broncos ($1.15) vs Gold Coast Titans ($5.00)

When: 19:45 | Friday 24/07/2015

Where: Suncorp Stadium

Tip: Brisbane Broncos at $1.15



Match 2: Wests Tigers ($4.25) vs Sydney Roosters ($1.20)

When: 19:45 | Friday 24/07/2015

Where: ANZ Stadium

Tip: Sydney Roosters at $1.20



Match 3: New Zealand Warriors ($1.62) vs Manly Sea Eagles ($2.20)

When: 15:05 | Saturday 25/07/2015

Where: Mt Smart Stadium

Tip: TBA



Match 4: Melbourne Storm ($1.42) vs St George Illawarra Dragons ($2.75)

When: 17:35 | Saturday 25/07/2015

Where:McLean Park, Napier, New Zealand

Tip: Melbourne Storm at $1.42



Match 5: South Sydney Rabbitohs ($1.24) vs Newcastle Knights ($3.80)

When: 19:35 | Saturday 25/07/2015

Where:ANZ Stadium

Tip: South Sydney Rabbitohs at $1.24



Match 6: Penrith Panthers ($1.77) vs Canberra Raiders ($2.00)

When: 14:05 | Sunday 26/07/2015

Where: Allianz Stadium

Tip: Canberra Raiders at $2.00



Match 7: Canterbury Bulldogs ($1.35) vs Cronulla Sharks ($3.00)

When: 16:05 | Sunday 26/07/2015

Where: Belmore Sports Ground

Tip: Cronulla Sharks at $3.00



Match 8: Nth Queensland Cowboys ($1.17) vs Parramatta Eels ($4.60)

When: 19:00 | Monday 27/07/2015

Where: 1300 Smiles Stadium

Tip: Nth Queensland Cowboys at $1.17




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Manly are set to miss out on the finals for the first time in over a decade after succumbing 30-12 to North Queensland at Brookvale Oval on Monday night, with a shoulder injury to Daly Cherry-Evans adding to the Sea Eagles’ misery.

Antonio Winterstein scored two first half tries and Michael Morgan scored one second half try and set up another as the Cowboys held onto second place on the NRL ladder.

Cherry-Evans suffered a first half shoulder injury attempting a tackle on Gavin Cooper and didn’t return after the break.

Cowboys prop Matt Scott left the field early in the second half due to a knee injury and also didn’t make it back on the field.

Antonio Winterstein opened the scoring for the visitors in the seventh minute from a Johnathan Thurston kick as the Cowboys dominated the opening exchanges.

Cherry-Evans hit back against the run of play for Manly in the 17th minute when he pounced on a loose Winterstein pass that Scott couldn’t handle and kicked twice for himself and scored untouched.

But from then on, off the back of a forward pack making big metres, it was all the Cowboys.

Kane Linnett scored the visitors’ second converted try in the 28th minute before Thurston added another penalty goal to his tally. Winterstein then grabbed his second try of the night on the back of a 70m movement in the 38th minute for a 20-6 lead at the break.

Manly gave themselves a chance of a fightback when Brett Stewart scored his 86th try at Brookvale just three minutes after halftime before 7,643 fans.

But without Cherry-Evans the Manly attack couldn’t find a way through or around the Cowboys.

Michael Morgan sliced his way through the Sea Eagles line from short range for the visitors’ fourth try of the night in the 59th minute, and when Morgan helped create Jake Granville’s try in the 65th minute the result was beyond doubt.

Manly last missed out on the finals in 2004, but now need to win all of their final seven to guarantee a top eight berth, a tough prospect given they face the Warriors, Brisbane and South Sydney in the next three weeks.

The Cowboys have now won 13 of their last 14 games and eight straight on the road.

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