NRL Finals Week 2 Betting Review
Two games where both favourites won and covered the line so, week two of the NRL finals without doubt belonged to the punters.
Not only did they nail the head to head results but there was also a move for the under total points mark in the Melbourne Parramatta game.
It shortened from 38.5 to 36.5 due to the rain and, with the Storm winning 32-0, proved a successful play
With only two games and both falling the way of the punters, there was no chance for the bookies to bounce back.
FIRST TRY FILL-UP
Generally one of the best backed players each weekend, semi-final Saturday was no different as punters loaded up on Josh Addo-Carr to score first against the Eels.
When the Fox crossed first at $7, they again filled their pockets.
Josh Addo-Carr also played a part in delivering a monster collect off a three-leg Same Game Multi in the Melbourne Parramatta game.
He had the Fox to score the first try, Storm to lead 9+ at half time into Storm to win 13+.
His $250 wager at $19.72 delivering a return of $4680
BACKING THE FUTURE
The premiership market remained solid with the two favourites winning and, perhaps more importantly, getting out of their matches relatively unscathed.
Roosters – $2.20
Raiders – $3.75
Storm – $4.00
Rabbitohs – $8.00