Round 15 of the NRL season kicks off on Thursday night, and starting from game one, every clash of the round is set to be a cracker. Dabble’s experts will provide NRL tips for each and every round of the 2023 NRL season, meaning you won’t miss a thing.
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Check out all our expert NRL tips for Round 15 below:
Game 1 – Gold Coast Titans vs Wests Tigers, Thursday 8th June, 7.50pm
Two last-up losers clash in the opening game of the round and it shapes as a tricky opener given their form. The Titans let a 12-0 lead against Souths fritter away while the Tigers came from 18-0 down to almost beat the Raiders. But I feel the Titans have too much pace and strike power, and fancy them with the start.
Game 2 – Canberra Raiders vs New Zealand Warriors, Friday 9th June, 6pm
After two last-up losers on Thursday night, we have two in-form winners clashing in what shapes as one of the games of the round. The Raiders are on an impressive roll while the Warriors are playing their best footy in several years. I see a fast, open attacking game – take Raiders to win into overs.
Game 3 – Manly Sea Eagles vs Dolphins, Friday 9th June, 8pm
The Dolphins depth is really being tested with injuries and suspensions and after losing last week, they take on a Manly team fresh from the bye. Even without Turbo Tommy (although he has now been cleared to play), the Sea Eagles at home should be primed for a big one and I can see them going 13 plus in this one.
Game 4 – St. George Illawarra Dragons vs South Sydney Rabbitohs, Saturday 10th March, 3pm
The Dragons had a real dig at Penrith and are definitely a better team with Anthony Griffin gone. But they still make dumb mistakes and with Souths snapping a two-game losing streak last weekend and Latrell tipped to play, I reckon a Souths halftime / fulltime double will bring home the cash.
Game 5 – Brisbane Broncos vs Newcastle Knights, Saturday 10th June, 5.30pm
The longer this comp goes, the more I like the Broncos to make the Grand Final. They have speed, power and a great general in Adam Reynolds. The Knights have struggled for much of the campaign, and I can’t see them matching it with Brisbane for 80 minutes – Broncos 13 plus.
Game 6 – Sydney Roosters vs Penrith Panthers, Saturday 10th June, 7.35pm
The Roosters may have won against the Dogs last week but are still sputtering along looking for their best form. Penrith also aren’t quite the powerhouse they were in 2021-2022 and now will be without injured superstar Nathan Cleary for over a month. Panthers should win – but for mine a safe bet is always a Brian To’o anytime try – the man is a machine!
Game 7 – Melbourne Storm vs Cronulla Sharks, Sunday 11th June, 4.05pm
A blockbuster game – but between two teams who were well off their best last weekend and in need of a win to regain confidence. The Storm are always tough to beat in Melbourne and the Sharks are hot and cold – with all that weighed up I think Storm 1-12 is the best value here.
Game 8 – Canterbury Bulldogs vs Parramatta Eels, Monday 12th June, 4pm
The Dogs haven’t quite lived up to the hype this season, but the Eels have also had the post Grand Final blues and these two old rivals traditionally put on a show with plenty of big hits. The Eels should take the points and I fancy a Clint Gutherson anytime try – he always bobs up supporting the man with the ball and loves to get over the stripe.
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