How To Claim 13/2 NSW To Beat Queensland & BTTS 20+ Points In State Of Origin Game 2 – CASH PAY OUT!

Dave Kuzio:
Josh Addo-Carr - New South Wales v Queensland State of Origin

New South Wales find themselves 1-0 down in the three-game State of Origin series, can they level the series in Sydney when they clash in Game 2 on Wednesday? Online bookmaker Sky Bet is now offering new and existing customers boosted odds on ‘NSW to win & BTTS 20+ points’ – get 13/2 on the Blues taking the State of Origin series to a decider with plenty of points being scored.

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PLEASE NOTE: 18+. New & existing customers. Odds correct at time of publication. Odds subject to fluctuation. T&Cs apply.

How To Claim 13/2 NSW To Win & BTTS 20+ Points

  1. Visit the SkyBet website
  2. Sign into your account or register for a new one
  3. Select ‘Rugby League’ and then ‘State of Origin’
  4. Select ‘New South Wales v Queensland’
  5. Click on the yellow ‘13/2’ box next to ‘NSW to win & BTTS 20+ points (was 11/2)’
  6. Enter your stake into the betslip (a £10 bet returns £60)
  7. If NSW win Game 2 and both teams score 20+ points, Sky Bet will pay out your winnings in cash.

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