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BETTING TIPS | NRL Round 15 Super Saturday

Here is the betting and stats preview for Super Saturday, as the top eight hopefuls try to keep their seasons alive.

Reproduced with permission from TheGurgler.com

GOLD COAST TITANS v CANBERRA RAIDERS

An interesting clash awaits on Saturday afternoon, and this invasion of a group of lads from south of the border is probably the closest the Gold Coast will get to having Schoolies this year. The Titans probably won’t make the top eight, but they are two points ahead and in the top one of Queensland based teams for a change.

QUICK MATCH FACTS

  • Canberra have lost just once in their last eight games versus sides from Queensland.
  • The Raiders lost five in a row on the Gold Coast from 2007 to 2011 and lost three of the next eight.
  • Canberra have won all six games on a Saturday away from home on a Saturday against non-NSW opposition.
  • The Gold Coast have just one win from their last 14 matches on a Saturday, their only win coming thanks to an awful Broncos side.

  • Canberra have the recent record over the Titans, but the Gold Coast have a decent historical record at home to the Raiders. But the odds say history isn’t enough.
  • The total points under 44.5 market is worth taking on. The overall total points may be 44, and there have been some bigger scores in this fixtures in the last five seasons, but both side aren’t in the richest of scoring form. Gold Coast have average 14 points a game since July and Canberra are averaging 20 points since July. That includes the pile of points from last weekend’s win over the Broncos.

  • No team has scored the last try more this season than Canberra – 11 times in 14 matches. Gold Coast have scored the last try six times for the record.
  • Second rowers have done the job three times for the Raiders this season, and John Bateman has been looking rather keen since his return, so there’s a good value tip for last try scorer.
  • Neither side is very prolific at scoring the first try, but wingers do feature for both sides when they do. Going with the in form Nick Cotric or the very likeable Anthony Don is the pick here.

THE FINAL SAY SAME GAME MULTI

Canberra to win
Total match points Under 44.5
Nick Cotric to score anytime first half.
John Bateman to score anytime second half.

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