NRL Top 8 Finish OddsPosted on 27/08 by Dave Farrell
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With just 2 rounds remaining, just 7 teams are left in the running to make it into the top 8 and play for a place in the Grand Final. With Rabbitohs, Manly, Roosters and Panthers taking 4 of the spots available, its going all the way to the wire for the other 4 teams to be decided.
Both Storm and Bulldogs will easily make it into the top 8 unless something drastic happens. The other two places are up for grabs. The Cowboys will take some stopping from making it into the top 8 but the final position is wide open. The Eels lead the way in the betting at odds of $1.67 but do not be to hasty to right off a late charge from the Warriors and Broncos. If you like to punt on an outside shot, then the Dragons are the bet for you at odds of $9.00
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