NRL Tips – Sydney Roosters v North Queensland – Round 13 2024

There should be an avalanche of points when the Roosters host the Cowboys on Sunday afternoon at Allianz with some major angles pushing the over.

Best Bet

Over 51.5
Total Points

The Roosters minus and the over look tremendous bets in the final match of Round 13 with the over having such good angles it has to be the bet of the match and the bet of the week.

The Roosters have been astonishing with the ball in hand. Over the last five weeks, the lowest total the Chooks have put up has been 30 while they have averaged 42.4 points per game.

The Cowboys have conceded at least 20 points in every game since Round 1.

There are some massive over angles at play here.

The over hits at 73.1% when an underdog of at least 16 points is playing in the Origin period.

When there is an interstate underdog of at least 16 over the last six years, the over is 11-0.

With the over 8-4 when the Roosters are off scoring 40-plus and 13-9 when the Cowboys are playing a day game, confidence is very high that this is going over the large total.

Insights

🏉 Dominance in Direct Matchups: Sydney Roosters have shown strong performance against North Queensland, achieving five wins by 13+ points in their last six encounters.

🌟 Roosters’ Scoring Spree: Whenever Sydney Roosters scored more than 30 points in their last game, they consistently went over the total points line in all four subsequent games, never going under.

🏟️ Roosters’ Success at Allianz: Sydney Roosters have leveraged their home advantage at Allianz Stadium, winning by 13+ points in five out of the last seven games.


Same Game Multi

Joey Manu Try/Dom Young Try/Sam Walker Try
Same Game Multi

Joey Manu has been an elite tryscorer this year, crossing 10 times in 11 games this season.

Dom Young has six tries in his last five games and has crossed four times in three clashes with the Cowboys.

Sam Walker has two tries in four matches against the Cowboys and is a genuine trysneak.


Value Bet

Nat Butcher
To Score A Try

Nat Butcher comes in for Angus Crichton on the left edge and Crichton has feasted this year. He has scored six tries in his last four weeks with Luke Keary building up a strong combination. Butcher has 17 tries in his last 60 games across the last three seasons.

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