NRL Odds: Round-By-Round | Page 3
The Panthers will be hoping that playmaker Nathan Cleary can replicate his stunning 2017 form in the upcoming season.
The new NRL season kicks off with the Dragons hosting the Broncos and the fixture list has thrown up some exciting clashes.
Can the Storm go back to back? Your Essential guide to the 2018 NRL Premiership Season. Previews for each team. Winner, Top 8 and Wooden Spoon Predictions.
An off-season of high profile recruitment has seen the Sydney Roosters backed as favourites for the 2018 Premiership.
With two pre-season wins under their belt and injury problems receding, the Rabbitohs appear to be in good shape coming into the new year.
With coach Ivan Cleary naming five co-captains for the new season, the Wests Tigers may benefit from the idea of shared responsibility within the roster.
The 2017 State of Origin sees a return to the neutral venue format as Melbourne hosts the series opener. The formula will be used for the next three years with Perth and then Adelaide signed up to hold games in 2019 and 2020 respectively.
The Leeds Rhinos will be desperate to prove that the Super League can match the NRL's finest when they make the trip to the southern hemisphere to face off against the Melbourne Storm.
A lack of attacking spark and a chaotic selection policy combined to derail the Bulldogs in 2017. But new coach Dean Pay is already stamping his mark on the squad he inherited from Des Hasler.
Who will win the 2018 NRL Wooden Spoon? Place your bets now. The Wests Tigers and GC Titans are favourites for to record most losses in the NRL Premiership.
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