NRL 2015 Round 21 Tips and Odds

We take a look at round 21 of the NRL 2015 home and away season and give our rugby tips and selections. View the odds for each of the teams in their respective matches and checkout the stadiums and times for each game.

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Match 1: Wests Tigers ($2.65) vs Melbourne Storm ($1.45)

When: 19:45 | Friday 31/07/2015

Where: Leichhardt Oval

Tip: Wests Tigers at $2.65



Match 2: Sydney Roosters ($1.42) vs Canterbury Bulldogs ($2.75)

When: 19:45 | Friday 31/07/2015

Where: Allianz Stadium

Tip: Sydney Roosters at $1.42



Match 3: New Zealand Warriors vs Cronulla Sharks

When: 15:05 | Saturday 01/08/2015

Where: Mt Smart Stadium

Tip: TBA



Match 4: Nth Queensland Cowboys ($1.20) vs Canberra Raiders ($4.20)

When: 17:35 | Saturday 01/08/2015

Where:1300 Smiles Stadium

Tip: Nth Queensland Cowboys at $1.20



Match 5: Manly Sea Eagles ($2.50) vs Brisbane Broncos ($1.50)

When: 19:35 | Saturday 01/08/2015

Where: Central Coast Stadium

Tip: Manly Sea Eagles $2.50



Match 6: St George Illawarra Dragons ($1.36) vs Newcastle Knights ($3.00)

When: 14:05 | Sunday 02/08/2015

Where: Jubilee Oval

Tip: St George Illawarra Dragons at $1.36



Match 7: South Sydney Rabbitohs ($1.18) vs Penrith Panthers ($4.50)

When: 16:10 | Sunday 02/08/2015

Where: ANZ Stadium Ground

Tip: South Sydney Rabbitohs at $1.18



Match 8: Gold Coast Titans ($1.55) vs Parramatta Eels ($2.35)

When: 19:00 | Monday 03/08/2015

Where: Cbus Super Stadium

Tip: Parramatta Eels at $2.35




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


He’s a slender figure but Wayne Bennett casts a long shadow.

Rick Stone’s sacking by Newcastle on Monday makes him the third NRL coach since 2011 to fall after stepping into a position left vacant by the seven-time premiership coach.

Ivan Henjak was the first man to stumble while following Bennett’s footsteps, sacked by the Broncos after two seasons at Red Hill just weeks before the start of the 2011 campaign.

In May 2014, Bennett’s successor at St George Illawarra Steve Price was given the boot by the Dragons less than three years after taking over from the veteran.

Now Stone has joined the club, cut by the Knights less than a year after he regained the job that he’d lost upon Bennett’s arrival at Newcastle in 2012.

It’s a history which is sure to make Broncos assistant coach Stephen Kearney just a tad nervous.

The former New Zealand international has reportedly been anointed as Bennett’s successor when the time comes for the supercoach to hang up his clipboard.

Whether he can succeed where others have failed will now be the question he’ll have to answer when that time does come.


Ivan Henjak – Brisbane (2009-11) 51 matches, 27 wins

Steve Price – St George Illawarra (2012-14) 58 matches, 22 wins

Rick Stone – Newcastle (2015) 18 matches, 6 wins

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