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Thursday, April 15, 2010

NRL Week 6 

Tigers v Bulldogs
Tigers by 10
The Tigers are one of the only teams round that are showing form, well the Bulldogs are as well, just a different kind of form. Shit form shall we say. They just don't look like a very good side most weeks and long may it continue.

Titans v Dragons
Dragons by 2
They keep on winning and they keep on playing home games where they are usually hard to beat. They have a 5 loss, one win record v the Dragons but had their one win last year at home so, flip a coin and it says Dragons.

Knights v CowboysKnights by 4
The Knights looked very promising at the start but maybe they hit the ground running while others started at a jog and have now caught up. Whatever the case they have to snap a 4 game losing streak this weekend or they are staring down the barrell of a long, unsuccessful year.

Roosters v Raiders
Roosters by 10
I checked the stats and it's 15 years (and 13 games) since the Raiders last beat the Roosters in Sydney. So if this streak gets broken this weekend I'm eating chicken for dinner.

Warriors v Panthers
Warriors by 8
A dangerous game because the Warriors may be bringing back some guys who haven't played for a few weeks and there's one thing they say about a winning combination. Also I'll be sitting at the game next to a Panthers supporter so don't freaking well let me down!!!

Broncos v Sharks
Broncos by 14
Two crap sides who are out of form do battle in front of what will be the biggest crowd of the weekend. The Sharks are the gutsier team and flogged the Broncos by 40 points last year but that was at Shark Park and this ain't.

Eels v Rabbitohs
Rabbitohs by 6
The Eels need to start playing like the Rabbits. Forget trying to keep it simple, make some offloads, get the blood pumping and the energy levels into overdrive and play some bloody football. The Rabbits are doing just that at the moment so even though the Eels might click, I can't go with something I haven't seen.

Storm v Sea Eagles
Storm by 8
What the fluck? A big game on a Monday night? The Storm will just roll over the top of them.



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