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2011 NRL Premiership

Discussion in 'Rugby League Forum' started by Rambo1987, Sep 25, 2010.

  1. Rambo1987

    Rambo1987 Well-Known Member

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    •2011 NRL Premiership

    Latest Odds Odds
    St George Dragons 5.5
    Sydney Roosters 8
    Brisbane Broncos 8
    Melbourne Storm 9
    Penrith Panthers 11
    South Sydney Rabbitohs 11
    Gold Coast Titans 11
    Wests Tigers 11
    Manly Sea Eagles 15
    Canberra Raiders 15
    Parramatta Eels 15
    New Zealand Warriors 15
    Canterbury Bulldogs 17
    Newcastle Knights 26
    North Qld Cowboys 26
    Cronulla Sharks 51
     
  2. tillidie

    tillidie New Member

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    storm $9 they kidding right . id expect $41
     
  3. Berkeley_Eagle

    Berkeley_Eagle Current Status: 24/7 Manly Fan 2016 Tipping Competitor

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  4. eagles2win

    eagles2win Well-Known Member

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    I'd be getting on Parra to not to get to the finals next season, a possible wooden spoon wouldn't be out of the question. To much **** is happening there. Would have thought the Raiders would have been higher.
     
  5. Rambo1987

    Rambo1987 Well-Known Member

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    Sports Bet - I think, I came across it from another site.

    Parra will have a good coach next year with Stephen Kearney taking over, I love to see Parra come last.

    The Bulldogs odds will shorten before season kickoff.
     
  6. SeaEagleRock8

    SeaEagleRock8 Sea Eagle Lach Staff Member Premium Member 2016 Tipping Competitor

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    The Roosters have demonstrated just how little difference there is between the penthouse and the basement these days. Dogs did something similar the previous year. I'd be wanting better odds for long range bets, any of the 1st 13 named sides could wind up in next year's GF, with the 'luck' of keeping all players available likely to be the key ingredient once again. 
     
  7. The Who

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    Had Campese not been injured and unlikely to play much in 2011, I'd fancy Canberra's chances. Also The Warriors - they have great Under 20 talent.
    Both teams are good odds.
    Illawarra-George is losing some players so I can't see them being as strong.
    But Easts have shown that anyone with a creative accountant can win the comp. Just neglect your juniors and pay over-the-odds for everyone else and, with the skill of master illusionist David Copperfield and used car salesman Politis, you can avoid the scrutiny of NRL investigator Schubert who, co-incidentally, played for Easts. Throw in Channel Nine's head Gingell who puts most of Easts' matches on prime time TV. and you keep the sponsors happy and third-party endorsements rife. 
     
  8. jaime

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    Definately... you gotta wait 12 months to find out if you win and the best odds about a decent team is $15... Too many variables like injuries and what happened to melbourne this year... on that note... as much as I hate them I dont think storm will go that bad next year... only lost a bit of depth and then the excess weight of inglis... I wouldnt be surprised to see them hover around the top 4...
     
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    Definately... you gotta wait 12 months to find out if you win and the best odds about a decent team is $15... Too many variables like injuries and what happened to melbourne this year... on that note... as much as I hate them I dont think storm will go that bad next year... only lost a bit of depth and then the excess weight of inglis... I wouldnt be surprised to see them hover around the top 4...
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    Well, they did keep there most important combinations - 1,7 and 9. But i think the biggest problem for them will be their depth in the forwards. Top 8, but not top 4 chances. In my opinion their odds are way too small.
     
  10. Shoe1

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    Souths odds! Gimme a break.. Also titans too high, broncos too low, I could question most of them, really is a mug's game
     
  11. The Who

    The Who Well-Known Member

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    Souths did have a lot of injuries, like us, and only just missed out on the finals. They have a gun Toyota Cup team, like Warriors. So I can see why they are at $11.
    It must be their time soon. The NRL seems to rotate winners.
     
  12. Zep

    Zep Active Member

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    Warriors seem like a good price.
     
  13. The Eagle

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    I wish we had odds like the sharks!
     

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