North Queensland are heavy favourites at home to the Warriors as they work on securing second spot and a home final in the first week of the semis.
North Queensland should have few issues putting New Zealand away with the Cowboys favoured on home soil by 19.5 points. The Cowboys have covered 14 of 21 this year and covered four of five when favoured by double digits but underdogs of 10 or more off scoring 30-plus have covered seven of eight.
There does project to be plenty of points though and it has seen the total move north quickly from an opening total of 47.5 to the current line of 52.5. If it goes up any further it will be the highest total of the year.
The over hits at 64% when a favourite of 16 or more is off a loss with the over 8-3 when the Cowboys are favoured by more than a try. The over is also 8-0 when an underdog is off scoring 40-plus and 22-10 when they are off scoring 30, making this a huge over spot for the Warriors.
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Murray Taulagi has 21 tries in 39 games across the last two seasons and has scored three tries in three games against the Warriors.
Jeremiah Nanai has a remarkable tryscoring record this year with 16 four-pointers.
Edward Kosi has seven tries in his last four games and is the Warriors’ top scoring threat.
Reece Robson has been an excellent try scorer bet over the backend of the season. He has six tries in his last 11 games including a try last week against the Sydney Roosters. His last three tries came in games that tallied over 50 so on a total of 52.5 he looks an excellent bet to score.
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At least six of the following eight players to score a try in NRL Round 23.
At least four of the following eight players to score a try in NRL Round 23.