Money Back Offer On NRL Blockbuster
September 02, 2014
Melbourne meet Brisbane in an NRL blockbuster on Friday night and Sportsbet have a great money back offer for the round 26 clash.
The firm which offers new customers a $250 Welcome Bonus when signing up via au.freebets.com will refund losing Head to Head bets if your selection is ahead at half-time but goes on to lose the game. The money back special applies to your first bet on the game only and refunds will be in the form of a bonus bet, equal to your losing stake, with a max refund of up to $100.
In one of the closest seasons in decades there’s plenty riding on almost every match in the final round and this one could have huge consequences for the loser. Melbourne who are currently sixth could finish as high as fourth with a win; however a loss for the Victorians could see them miss the finals all together. In fact Brisbane will jump above their opponents and guarantee a finals spot with victory; but a loss for the Broncos and they’ll be sweating on both the Warriors and Parramatta to also lose.
Brisbane have basically been playing sudden death football for the past fortnight and back to back wins have over Newcastle and the Dragons have kept their season alive. Justin Hodges’ switch to fullback has unlocked the Queenslander’s attacking flair with the Broncos bagging 78 points in those 2 games. But Sam Thaiday won’t be there to lead the charge up front, he’s been suspended after being found guilty of a crusher tackle against the Dragons.
Melbourne were brilliant and awful at times against the Roosters last round. Star fullback Billy Slater scored twice but Cameron Smith’s uncharacteristic error turned the game in the Roosters’ favour and the reigning premiers went on to claim a 24-12 victory. That loss has put the Storm in a precarious position heading into the final game of the regular season but they’ll be in front of parochial crowd for Friday’s night’s vital match.
The Storm surged past the Broncos in Brisbane claiming a 22 point victory at Suncorp, but with a top 8 spot on the line the visitors should be better at AAMI Park. While both sides know a loss could mean curtains, thanks to Sportsbet punters may have a second bite at the cherry if their team is winning at half time.