The Preliminary Finals of the NRL season kicks off on Friday night, with two spots in the Grand Final up for grabs the pressure is at an all-time high. Dabble’s experts will provide NRL tips for each and every game of the 2023 NRL Finals, meaning you won’t miss a thing.
Our NRL footy tips cover all the key factors of every game, of every round in the Finals. So, if you are as obsessed with the NRL as the team at Dabble are, you have certainly come to the right place! Get your scrolling finger ready, all you need to do is read and scroll, our experts will take care of everything else for you.
Check out all our expert NRL tips for the Preliminary Finals below:
Preliminary Final 1 – Penrith Panthers vs Melbourne Storm, Friday 22nd September, 7.50pm
Things are falling into place very nicely for Penrith as they head towards an historic three-peat of titles. While they put their feet up and rested wounded bodies last weekend, the Storm went through a bruising 80 minutes against the Roosters.
If Jahrome Hughes plays they are some chance but with Nathan Cleary in career best form, I can’t see anything other than a Panthers victory and a spot in the Grand Final. Go the Panthers giving the start on the Dabble app.
Preliminary Final 2 – Brisbane Broncos vs New Zealand Warriors, Saturday 23rd September, 7.50pm
It takes a brave punter to go against the Warriors in their current form, but I have a feeling they played their Grand Final against the Knights last week. The game was emotional, tough until the Knights ran out of puff and draining in front of their home fans.
It will be a very different atmosphere in Brisbane this weekend and like the Panthers, the Broncos will have benefited from a much-needed weekend off. I see the Broncos winning a high scoring game and like a Broncos win into a Selwyn Cobbo anytime try.
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