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NRL 2019: Preview of round 18: team lists, bets, predictions, Ben Hunt, Dragons vs. Panthers


Legend of the rugby league, Mark Carroll, blocked the dragons to rest half a million of a star halfway to Ben Hunt for his shock of round 18 with the Panthers.

The Dragons sit on the 14th and need to win most of the remaining eight games to have some chance in September soccer and Carroll believes that a Hunt man should play every week.

"They are resting at Ben Hunt. He has a million dollars and they must win six to eight and they are resting. You have to settle down," Carroll told Triple M Rush Hour with MG.

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"I saw you last week and everything is reduced to the attitude. The attitude begins in the defense and hurt the people through the center. There are too many weapons.

"The crowd will not appear. They are winners and they hate to lose. They have to win six to eight, good luck."

Dragons were hampered by injuries in 2019, but given his list, Carroll believes he should do much better than the 14th with eight rounds to play.

"They are in a massive hole, but they have five players of origin, two international English, two internationals of Fiji and an international Samoan. They should do better miles," said Carroll.

"They continue to blame the coach. Everything is reduced to the player individually doing his own work. "

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Brisbane Broncos v Canterbury Bulldogs at the Suncorp stadium, at 19h50

Broncos: 1. Anthony Milford 2. Corey Oates 3. Kotoni Staggs 4. Herbie Farnworth 5. Jamayne Isaako 6. Darius Boyd 7. Jake Turpin 8. Matthew Lodge 9. Andrew McCullough 10. Payne Haas 11. Alex Glenn 12. Tevita Pangai 13 Thomas Flegler 14. James Segeyaro 15. Joe Ofahengaue 16. David Fifita 17. Patty Carrigan 18. Rhys Kennedy 19. Izaia Perese 20. Xavier Coates 21. Keenan Palasia

Bulldogs: 1. Dallin Watene-Zelezniak 2. Nick Meaney 3. Marcelo Montoya 4. Hopoate 5. Reimis Smith 6. Brandon Wakeham 7. Jack Cogger 8. Ofahiki Ogden 9. Michael Lichaa 10. Dylan Napa 11. Josh Jackson 12. Corey Harawira -Nation 13. Adam Elliott 14. Jeremy Marshall-King 15. Renouf Toe # 16. Danny Fualalo 17. Chris Smith 19. Raymond Faitala-Mariner 20. Black Brown 21. Kerrod Holland 23. Kayne Kalache

Talk point: The Bulldogs are looking for three consecutive victories for the first time under Dean Pay, with Brandon Wakeham getting another shot at number 6 in the absence of a wounded eighth Kieran Foran. Andrew McCullough, player of Broncos, will play his 250th game of the LNR.

State of the Fox Sports Lab: Brisbane has won six of the last seven against Canterbury in Suncorp including the last three. The Broncos will be looking for four consecutive victories over the Suncorp Bulldogs for the first time.

The odds (courtesy of Sportsbet): Broncos $ 1.37, Bulldogs $ 3.05

Our prediction: Broncos of 8

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Warriors v Cronulla Sharks at the Westpac Stadium, at 6:00 p.m.

Warriors: 1. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck 2. David Fusitua 3. Peta Hiku 4. Gerard Beale 5. Ken Maumalo 6. Nikorima Code 7. Blake Green 8. Agnatius Paasi 9. Issac Luke 10. Leeson Ah Mau 11. Adam Blair 12. Isaiah Papalii 13. Jazz Tevaga 14. Lachlan Burr 15. Sam Lisone 16. Bunty Afoa 17. Chanel Harris-Tavita 18. Adam Pompey 20. Law Sao 21. Blake Ayshford 22. Chris Satae

Sharks: 1. Matt Moylan 2. Sosaia Feki 3. Bronson Xerri 4. Kurt Capewell 5. Aaron Gray 6. Shaun Johnson 7. Chad Townsend 8. Andrew Fifita 9. Jayden Brailey 10. Aaron Woods 11. Britannica Nikora 12. Scott Sorensen 13 Paul Gallen 14. Blayke Brailey 15. Jack Williams 16. Braden Hamlin-Uele 17. Matt Prior 18. Billy Magoulias 19. Kyle Flanagan 20. Will Kennedy 21. Ronaldo Mulitalo

Talk point: Concerns about injuries continue to pursue the Sharks season, with Paul Gallen, Shaun Johnson and Matt Moylan in doubt for the crucial confrontation with the Warriors. Sharks desperately need a victory over an improved side of the warriors to have some chance to return to the first eight of round 18.

State of the Fox Sports Lab: Cronulla has won the last four games, and nine of the 11 games against the Warriors since 2012. This is the second best record for sharks against any team since 2012, with only 11 wins against 13 of the Panthers better than that. He is also the second best warrior of the Warriors in this period, with the two victories of 12 games against Manly the worst.

The odds (courtesy of Sportsbet): $ 2.00 warriors, $ 1.80 sharks

Our prediction: Sharks for 6


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Penrith Panthers v St. George Illawarra Dragons at the Panthers Stadium, at 19.55

Panthers: 1. Dylan Edwards 2. Josh Mansour 3. Dean Whare 4. Brent Naden 5. Brian To 6. James Maloney 7. Nathan Cleary 8. James Tamou 9. Mitch Kenny 10. James Fisher-Harris 11. Viliame Kikau 12 Frank Winterstein 13. Isaah Yeo 14. Wayde Egan 15. Jarome Luai 16. Moses Leota 17. Reagan Campbell-Gillard 18. Hame Sele 19. Jed Cartwright 20. Kaide Ellis 21. Stephen Crichton

Dragons: 1. Matthew Dufty 2. Jonus Pearson 3. Euan Aitken 4. Timoteo Lafai 5. Mikaele Ravalawa 6. Corey Norman 7. Darren Nicholls 8. Blake Lawrie 9. Cameron McInnes 10. Paul Vaughan 11. Tyson Frizell 12. Tariq Sims 13 . James Graham 14. Josh Kerr 15. Korbin Sims 16. Patrick Kaufusi 17. Luciano Leilua 18. Reece Robson 19. Jacob Host 20. Tristan Sailor 21. Jason Saab

Talk point: The Dragons are desperate to save their season, but they will have to do it without their half-counting star. Surprisingly, Ben Hunt has been resting for this game he has to win.

State of the Fox Sports Lab: The Panthers point to seven consecutive victories for the fourth time in the history of the club in a regular season and for the first time from the rounds of 18-24 to 2017 (also seven online). The other two veins appeared in their season of the 2003 Prime Minister, when they won a record of eight straight games (seven to six) followed by seven more to finish the season. Five of his last six wins have been for a single digit, three for less than four points.

The odds (courtesy of Sportsbet): Panthers $ 1.60, Dragons $ 2.35

Our prediction: Panthers for 4


Roosters vs Newcastle Knights at SCG, 3:00 PM

Cookies: 1. James Tedesco 2. Daniel Tupou 3. Latrell Mitchell 4. Joseph Manu 5. Ryan Hall 6. Luke Keary 7. Cooper Cronk 8. Jared Waerea-Hargreaves 9. Jake Friend 10. Siosiua Taukeiaho 11. Boyd Cordner 12. Mitchell Aubusson 13. Victor Radley 14. Isaac Liu 15. Nat Butcher 16. Angus Crichton 17. Brett Morris 18. Lindsay Collins 19. Sitile Tupouniua 20. Poasa Faamausili 21. Lachlan Lam

Horsemen: 1. Kalyn Ponga 2. Hymel Hunt 3. Tautau Moga 4. Jesse Ramien 5. Shaun Kenny-Dowall 6. Kurt Mann 7. Mitchell Pearce 8. Daniel Saifiti 9. Danny Levi 10. David Klemmer 11. Mitchell Barnett 12. Sione Kill # 13. Tim Glasby 14. Connor Watson 15. James Gavet 16. Herman That's 17. Jamie Buhrer 18. Jacob Saifiti 19. Josh King 20. Mason Lino 21. Aidan Guerra

Talk point: The last time these two clubs met, the Knights fled with a surprise victory at the back of Mitchell Pearce's star performance. Both clubs leave the loss and need a win to turn their seasons at the edge while battling for a place in the top four.

State of the Fox Sports Lab: In Sydney, the Roosters have a dominant record over the winning horsemen of seven consecutive games, of which three have been for a combined score line of 104-12 (38-8 last year, 28-4 in 2017 and 38-0 in 2016). The Roosters has lost only one of the 13 games against the Knights in Sydney since the end of 2002: losing 38-6 in their season of wooden spoons in 2009. It will be the first time that the two parties will meet at the SCG, being the first of Newcastle ever to be found on the site.

The odds (courtesy of Sportsbet): Cookies $ 1.35, Knights 3.20 $

Our prediction: Cookies for 8

Canberra Raiders v Wests Tigers at the GIO stadium, at 5:30 p.m.

Raiders: 1. Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad 2. Bailey Simonsson 3. Jarrod Croker 4. Michael Oldfield 5. Jordan Rapana 6. Jack Wighton 7. Aidan Sezer 8. Josh Papalii 9. Josh Hodgson 10. Dunamis Lui 11. John Bateman 12. Elliott Whitehead 13. Joseph Tapine 14. Siliva Havili 15. Corey Horsburgh 16. Iosia Soliola 17. Emre Guler 18. Sam Williams 19. Royce Hunt 20. Jack Murchie 21. JJ Collins

Tigers: 1. Corey Thompson 2. Paul Momirovski 3. Moses Mbye 4. Say Marsters 5. David Nofoaluma 6. Benji Marshall 7. Luke Brooks 8. Josh Aloiai 9. Robbie Farah 10. Alex Twal 11. Ryan Matterson 12. Chris Lawrence 13 Matt Eisenhuth 14. Jacob Liddle 15. Thomas Mikaele 16. Elijah Taylor 17. Michael Chee-Kam 18. Tommy Talau 19. Chris McQueen 20. Luke Garner 21. Oliver Clark

Talk point: He expects Josh Hodgson to overcome a knee injury to take the place of the Raiders, while Michael Oldfield replaces the suspended Nick Cotric. Paul Momirovski replaces the end of Robert Jennings with the Tigers.

State of the Fox Sports Lab: Benji Marshall has never lost in Canberra, winning 10 out of 10. His only two defeats against Raiders will arrive in 2012 at Campbelltown and his last match in Parramatta's 13th round. Origin Era (1980 onwards) of all players that have played at least 10 Premiership matches in one place, only three have a 100% winning record – Terry Lamb won 11 of 11 at Panthers Stadium, Benji Marshall 10 out of 10 at GIO and Jesse Bromwich has won 10 out of 10 at Suncorp Stadium.

The odds (courtesy of Sportsbet): Raiders $ 1.47, Tigers $ 2.65

Our prediction: Raiders for 10

North Queensland Cowboys vs South Sydney Rabbitohs at the 1300 Miles stadium

Cowboys: 1. Scott Drinkwater 2. Kyle Feldt 3. Javid Bowen 4. Tom Opacic 5. Murray Taulagi 6. John Asiata 7. Jake Clifford 8. Josh McGuire 9. Jake Granville 10. Jordan McLean 11. Gavin Cooper 12. Shane Wright 13 Jason Taumalolo 14. Coen Hess 15. Matt Scott 16. Scott Bolton 17. Francis Molo 18. Michael Morgan 19. Reuben Cotter 20. Corey Jensen 21. Dan Russell

Rabbitohs: 1. Adam Doueihi 2. Dane Gagai 3. James Roberts 4. Braidon Burns 5. Campbell Graham 6. Cody Walker 7. Adam Reynolds 8. Tevita Tatola 9. Damien Cook 10. Dean Britt 11. John Sutton 12. Ethan Lowe 13 Cameron Murray 14. Tom Amone 15. Mark Nicholls 16. Jaydn Su … 17. Kyle Turner 18. Kurt Dillon 19. Connor Tracey 20. Bayley Sironen 21. Corey Allan

Talk point: Cowboys' employer, Michael Morgan, is considered a very remote thing to return from the symptoms of cerebral upheaval, despite being named on the No. 18 shirt. Cowboys will be looking to go into the top eight if there are other results, while the Rabbitoh need a win to keep pressure on the storm for the prime minister.

State of the Fox Sports Lab: South Sydney has won the last three games against northern Queensland, with the two games played last year that decided one point each. The Cowboys have won only three of the eight games played in Townsville this season, losing the last two games. Four of the last five games in Townsville have decided for seven points or less, including the last two games in two points or less.

The odds (courtesy of Sportsbet): Cowboys $ 2.30, Rabbitohs $ 1.62

Our prediction: Rabbitohs by 4


Gold Coast Titans vs Melbourne Storm at the Cbus Super Stadium, at 2:00 p.m.

Titans: 1. Alexander Brimson 2. Dale Copley 3. Brenko Lee 4. Brian Kelly 5. Phillip Sami 6. Tyrone Roberts 7. Ryley Jacks 8. Jarrod Wallace 9. Nathan Peats 10. Jack Stockwell 11. Kevin Proctor 12. Bryce Cartwright 13 Jai Whitbread 14. Michael Gordon 15. Moeaki Fotuaika 16. Leilani Latu 17. Sam Stone 18. Tanah Boyd 19. Mitch Rein 20. Will Matthews 21. Anthony Don

Storm: 1. Jahrome Hughes 2. Suliasi Vunivalu 3. Marion Seve 4. Justin Olam 5. Earl Sandor 6. Joe Stimson 7. Brodie Croft 8. Jesse Bromwich 9. Cameron Smith 10. Nelson Asofa-Solomona 11. Tui Kamikamica 12. Kenneath Bromwich 13. Dale Finucane 14. Brandon Smith 15. Tino Faasuamaleaui 16. Tom Eisenhuth 17. Ryan Papenhuyzen 18. Harry Grant 19. Solomone Kata 20. Max King 21. Isaac Lumelume

Talk point: The Titans face a tough test at the storm for their first game since the looting of Garth Brennan. Ryley Jacks is in doubt with a coastal injury, with AJ Brimson his probable replacement if discarded, which would lead to the return of Michael Gordon of injuries. The Storm has chosen to rest the star of the Cameron Munster origin, with Joe Stimson doing five to eighth.

State of the Fox Sports Lab: This game will feature the current first team (Storm) against the last team (Titans). Since 2007, the last position has won only three of the 14 games. Two of these losses for the first time have taken part in Melbourne, who lost 12-10 against Manly in round 8, 2015 and 16-10 in the Eels in round 20, 2012, and the other is the Tigers in the third round this season, losing to the Bulldogs. This is the second time in the story that both sides will be in a first match against the last. Melbourne came to the first round of 2011 as the first win, defeating the last headlines of the category, 40-16 at Robina. In the NRL era, the Storm has been part of seven of the 23 previous games between the first and last, winning five and losing two.

The odds (courtesy of Sportsbet): Titans $ 2.90, Storm $ 1.41

Our prediction: Storm by 16

Manly Sea Eagles v Parramatta Eels at Lottoland, at 3:00 p.m.

Sea eagles: 1. Tom Trbojevic 2. Jorge Taufua 3. Dylan Walker 4. Moses Suli 5. Reuben Garrick 6. Cade Cust 7. Daly Cherry-Evans 8. Addin Fonua-Blake 9. Manase Fainu 10. Martin Taupau 11. Joel Thompson 12 Curtis Sironen 13. Jake Trbojevic 14. Lachlan Croker 15. Corey Waddell 16. Morgan Boyle 17. Taniela Paseka 18. Brad Parker 19. Brendan Elliot 20. Haumole Olacauatu 21. Lloyd Perrett

Anguiles: 1. Clint Gutherson 2. Maika Sivo 3. Brad Takairangi 4. Josh Hoffman 5. Blake Ferguson 6. Dylan Brown 7. Mitchell Moses 8. Kane Evans 9. Reed Mahoney 10. Junior Paul 11. Shaun Lane 12. Manu Ma & # 39; u 13. Nathan Brown 14. Jaeman Salmon 15. Marata Niukore 16. David Gower 17. Tepai Moeroa 18. Oregon Kaufusi 19. Daniel Alvaro 20. Will Smith 21. Ethan Parry

Talk point: Tom Trbojevic returns to the Sea Eagles after having been rested against the Rabbitohs in an opportune impulse on the side of Des Hasler. He hopes the eels will touch Blake Ferguson, despite giving him a week of training to recover from the Origin period.

State of the Fox Sports Lab: Eels have won seven of the last eight games against the Sea Eagles, the only exception that occurred in the second round of last season, when Manly won his biggest win over eels, staying behind winners of 54-0 in Lottoland. Five of the seven eel victories were 12 points or less, but the most recent was a 34 point victory in the 7th round of last season.

The odds (courtesy of Sportsbet): Sea Eagles $ 1.46, $ 2.70 eels

Our prediction: Sea Eagles for 12

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