NRL Odds: Round-By-Round | Page 2
The Melbourne man is favourite to top the scoring charts again in 2018, equalling his feat of 2016 and 2017.
The NRL competition continues to surprise as the Eels and Raiders still await a first win heading into the Easter weekend.
2018 could be a career defining year for Daly Cherry-Evans as he takes on extra leadership responsibilities at the Sea Eagles.
Paul McGregor has finally assembled a playing group capable of recapturing their first Premiership since 2010.
After a sensational opening two rounds, week three throws up some exciting clashes rounded off with a Grand Final rematch at AAMI Park.
2018 looks like it will be the last time we see Billy Slater in a Queensland shirt and he takes his place in the Melbourne Storm line-up this week in a bid to cement his Origin place.
Ash Taylor has been tipped to be a future superstar of the game, and the Titans will need him to be on top form if they are to claim a place in the top eight this season.
Week one produced some surprising results and the second round promises an equally exciting round of clashes.
After a satisfactory 2017, the Panthers will be looking for an improvement this campaign and the partnership of James Maloney and Nathan Cleary could be the foundations for a successful year.
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