The Tigers take the NRL to the country music capital of Australia with Tamworth hosting a premiership game for the third time as the Sharks look to solidify a spot in the Top 4.
The Tigers were downright embarrassing against the Knights last week in a rare game that they were heavily favoured in. They can bounce back this week though, at least from a betting perspective, getting a big start against the Sharks.
The Tigers have a very good record as a big outsider and tend to be one of the better bounceback teams around. The Tigers have covered 11 of 13 getting a double digit start. They have covered 14 of 19 off being held to 10 or fewer. They have covered four straight off a loss.
The Sharks are clearly the better team but are just 18-28 against the spread off scoring more than 20.
Cronulla win but the line here is too big.
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Mulitalo has 13 tries in 18 games this year and has crossed three times in his last two games against the Tigers.
Miller is having just his second start but the speedster crossed on debut.
Naden has three tries in his last three games but has crossed another three more before dropping it over the line so he is getting plenty of opportunities.
Adam Doueihi has scored in two of his last four games as he takes on a greater role in the attack, particularly with his running game. His strike rate of 17 tries in 47 games across the last three seasons since joining the Tigers belies his price.
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At least six of the following eight players to score a try in NRL Round 22.
At least four of the following eight players to score a try in NRL Round 22.