NRL Round 4 Tips and Odds – 2016

Round 4 of the 2016 NRL home and away season will begin tomorrow night and we take a look at the odds for each of the matches in Round 4. View our 2016 NRL Round 4 tips below.


Match 1: South Sydney Rabbitohs ($2.49) vs Canterbury Bulldogs ($1.54)

When: 16:05 | Friday 25/03/2016

Where: ANZ Stadium

Tip: Canterbury Bulldogs at $1.54

Value Tip: First Try Scorer: Josh Morris at $15.00



Match 2: Brisbane Broncos ($1.57) vs Nth Queensland Cowboys ($2.42)

When: 20:05 | Friday 25/03/2016

Where: Suncorp Stadium

Tip: Brisbane Broncos at $1.57

Value Tip: First Try Scorer: Jack Reed at $14.00



Match 3: Canberra Raiders ($1.42) vs Gold Coast Titans ($2.87)

When: 17:35 | Saturday 26/03/2016

Where: GIO Stadium

Tip: Canberra Raiders at $1.42

Value Tip: First Try Scorer: Josh Papalii at $18.00



Match 4: Sydney Roosters ($2.15) vs Manly Sea Eagles ($1.65)

When: 19:35 | Saturday 26/03/2016

Where: Allianz Stadium

Tip: Manly Sea Eagles at $1.65

Value Tip: First Try Scorer: Steve Matai at $12.00



Match 5: St George Illawarra Dragons ($1.72) vs Penrith Panthers ($2.13)

When: 15:05 | Sunday 27/03/2016

Where: WIN Stadium

Tip: Penrith Panthers at $2.13

Value Tip: First Try Scorer: Waqa Blake at $17.00



Match 6: New Zealand Warriors ($1.24) vs Newcastle Knights ($4.10)

When: 13:05 | Monday 28/03/2016

Where: Mt Smart Stadium

Tip: New Zealand Warriors at $1.24

Value Tip: First Try Scorer: Shaun Johnson at $14.00



Match 7: Wests Tigers ($2.71) vs Parramatta Eels ($1.46)

When: 15:05 | Monday 28/03/2016

Where: ANZ Stadium

Tip: Parramatta Eels at $1.46

Value Tip: First Try Scorer: Brad Takairangi at $20.00



Match 8: Cronulla Sharks ($1.72) vs Melbourne Storm ($2.13)

When: 18:05 | Monday 28/03/2016

Where: Shark Park

Tip: Cronulla Sharks at $1.72

Value Tip: First Try Scorer: Andrew Fifita at $20.00





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He’s the money man for the club, and now for his teammates too.

Kieran Foran’s arrival has been the catalyst for Parramatta five-eighth Corey Norman to find the most consistent form of his NRL career.

Now it could result in a massive pay day as Norman negotiates a new contract.

The former Bronco has been sublime for the Eels this year, having been crowned the best player in the Auckland Nines and key to their past two wins.

And a large reason for that is linking with the Kiwi international who is now his skipper.

“Foz takes a bit of pressure off me and I’m just worried about my own game a bit more. That helps,” he said.

The 25-year-old says he struggled to find his best form over his first two years at the club alongside Chris Sandow and Luke Kelly.

“With two different halves in there, it’s different. You can’t get a good combination going,” he said.

“(Now) I’m enjoying it.”

Norman is off contract at the end of the year but wants to remain an Eel, even though the club is being investigated for possible salary-cap breaches.

“My manager and the club are talking so I’ll let them do that and I’ll play footy,” he said.

“When the time comes, I’ll make my decision.”

He missed selection for Queensland’s emerging squad earlier this year, but his form is sure to catch the eye of Maroons coach Kevin Walters.

Norman is trying not to think about a possible Origin jumper.

“If it comes about, it comes about – but it’s definitely not something I’m thinking about.

“I need to worry about me at the Eels and how we’re going here.”

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

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