Nice Price on Cronulla to Continue Away Streak
July 03, 2015
In the middle of May Manly and the Sharks were both battling at the bottom of the NRL table, and while the Sea Eagles are still stuck down there as we enter July, Cronulla have climbed into finals contention on the back of 2 byes and some solid form. The Sea Eagles haven’t given up on the top 8 yet they’ll need a miraculous finish to the season to stand any chance. The two clubs collide on Sunday and Luxbet’s offer on the game is adding extra excitement to the battle at Brookvale Oval.
NRL Offer on Manly v Sharks
Place a Winning Margin bet on Sunday’s match between Manly and Cronulla, and if it loses, but your selected team wins, Luxbet will give you a bonus bet equal to your stake, up to $100. So if you back Manly to win by 13 points or more and they only triumph by 6; your wager won’t be a winner but you’ll at least receive a bonus bet for selecting the right side. The offer only applies to your first bet on the market.
Odds on Winning Margins
The Sharks are around $2.90 to beat Manly despite winning their past 3 matches, including a courageous comeback against the Cowboys in Townsville last weekend to end North Queensland’s 11 game winning streak. Cronulla are at a juicy price of $4.45 to win a tight tussle by 1 to 12, while they’re paying more than $8 to win by 13 points plus. The Sea Eagles are $3 to win by the same margin, while they’re about $2.50 to win by less than 13. If you dare go the draw you’ll get odds of $19.
Manly May Be Home but Sharks are Sharp Away
Manly played pretty well in round 16, but were beaten by a Bunnies outfit almost at full strength. The Sea Eagles are back at home and hoping for a similar result to their last outing at Brookvale when they tamed the Tigers two weeks ago. The Sharks are hunting for a third successive win on the road though and their away form has been better than their home efforts this season, winning 4 of their 7 victories as the visiting team. The Sharks are missing Michael Ennis and inspirational leader Paul Gallen through suspension and Origin while the Sea Eagles are still without their crucial captain Jamie Lyon. Can Cronulla win once more without some of their stars or will Manly keep their feint finals hopes alive?