South Sydney Rabbitohs odds to win 2014 NRL Grand FinalPosted on 21/07 by Dave Farrell
Weekly Expert Betting Tips - Join our free mailing listOdds for South Sydney Rabbitohs to win the 2014 NRL Grand Final.
South Sydney Rabbitohs are priced at odds of at Sportsbet. Can they end their 43 year Premiership drought?
Currently placed 4th, the Rabbitohs got off to a good start in round 1 destroying the reigning champions Roosters. Many people started to believe it was the Rabbits year until they then went on to lose the next 3 matches on the bounce.
The Rabbitohs have found some consistency since and should secure a top 6 finish. They could push for a top 4 finish if they can keep up their recent form.
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