Melbourne’s class should prove too much even on the road against a good Sydney Roosters team.
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The hot-and-cold Roosters typically get hot following a loss but it is hard to be on a team that looked so inept with the ball in hand last weekend against one of the best defensive teams in the premiership. James Tedesco will be back but it is hard to get a grip on how Luke Keary fits into all this given his current woes.
Melbourne have certainly had the best of the Roosters in recent outings. They have won and covered four straight with the last three wins all coming by 16-plus.
The Storm are just so good away from AAMI that a road game is of no concern. They are 39-21 against the spread on the road including a 25-11 against the numnber record when favoured by more than six. When off a double digit win and the Storm are away from AAMI they are 28-13 against the spread.
The Roosters have covered just five of 13 are an underdog.
Melbourne should be too good.
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Justin Olam has scored six tries this season and gets a plus-matchup against defensive weaklink Paul Momirovski.
Xavier Coates has 11 tries in 11 games since joining the Storm.
Jahrome Hughes has a great tryscoring record against the Sydney Roosters with four tries in his last five against the Chooks. He is flying as well with six tries in his last six appearances including two doubles.
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