Sportsbet’s Amazing Anzac Day Offer on the NRL
April 20, 2015
There’s a footy feast of Anzac Day action on Saturday with an incredible five NRL matches to be played. Just as stunning is Sportsbet’s Super Saturday Special on every game which will see punters returned up to $500 on losing first tryscorer bets. Punter’s first opening tryscorer bet on each match will be refunded up to $100 if their selection scores any other try in the game. This amazing offer which has a value of half a grand will have punters glued to the television screen on Saturday and hoping their selection crosses the line even if he’s not the first bloke to do so.
The New Zealand Warriors will host Gold Coast at Mount Smart Stadium in a fitting Anzac Day opener. There should be plenty of passion and emotion on show in Auckland. The Warriors will be keen to bounce back after their heartbreaking loss to the Cowboys in round 7, when the visitors conceded a try in the final minute having not trailed the entire match. The Titans match wasn’t close, they pumped Penrith by 26 points.
The Roosters and Dragons meet in what’s a traditional and stirring Anzac Day clash in Sydney. St George Illawarra sit second on the ladder and are this season’s surprise packet having won 5 matches in a row after losing their first 2 games. The Roosters have lost 2 on the spin but both were by the narrow margins, Melbourne’s one point victory last weekend sent more daggers into the Chooks after they lost to Brisbane in Golden Point in Round 6. Can the Tri colours conjure up something special on this grand occasion?
League Leaders Melbourne face bottom place Manly in a match where there only looks like one winner, though the Sea Eagles only victory this year did come against Saturday’s opponents back in round 2. Steve Matai opened the scoring on that occasion while Brett Stewart helped himself to a first half double as Manly racked up an 18 point lead. It was enough to get them home despite a second half Storm surge.
Newcastle and North Queensland meet again having also already played each other in round 2. The Knights victory in Townsville was their second of four straight to start the season but they’re now winless in 3. The Cowboys have gone the other way, they’re after a fifth successive triumph having begun the season 0 and 3. So can they get revenge at Hunter Stadium?
All 3 Queensland teams are in action on Saturday with Brisbane Playing Parramatta ta Suncorp. The Broncos were beaten by the Dragons last Friday night in their first defeat since the opening game of the season. Bennet’s boys are being backed to return to winning ways against an Eels side which can only be described as rocks and diamonds. The Eels are electric when they’re on song but they often aren’t.
So settle in for some superb footy this Saturday and make sure you take advantage of Sportsbet’s spectacular special. It’s only available to members so sign up with the bookmaker today and you can also get up to $250 in free bets.