Half Time Refund on Roosters v Storm

The Storm and Roosters played out a thriller in round 7 with Melbourne edging victory by a single point. Will Monday's match be another nail-biter?

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Storm Steal the Points Against Roosters in Round 7

The Storm stole victory in Melbourne against the Roosters in a nail-biting match earlier this season. On that occasion the pair were deadlocked 12-12 at half time before Cooper Cronk kicked a game winning field goal in the second half, as the hosts won 17-16. Will the 2 teams play out another tight contest in Sydney?

Both have Blown Half Time Leads

The Roosters have blown first half leads twice in 2015. They were beaten by the Rabbitohs in round 3 having led by 4 at the break while they also let a 2 point half time advantage slip against the Broncos in Brisbane, eventually losing in Golden Point. Melbourne have also gone on to lose twice this season having led at oranges. The Storm blew a big advantage in Townsville against the Cowboys, going down by a point despite leading by 12. They also lost at home on Anzac Day after hitting the sheds in front against the Sea Eagles. Manly managed to turn around an 8 point deficit in Melbourne to win 10-12 at AAMI Park.

Both teams are coming off the bye and both have a handful of rep players backing up after Wednesday’s State of Origin opener. Will fatigue from the big names play a part in the final result? Can the Roosters get revenge for their round 7 defeat or will the Storm surge once again? Sign up with bookmakercomau and back either side, then hope they’re at least ahead after the first 40 minutes.