Check out this three-player acca for anytime try scorers during NRL round 2.
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The NRL reaches round 2 this weekend with St George Illawarra Dragons, Cronulla Sharks, Sydney Roosters, New Zealand Warriors, Gold Coast Titans, North Queensland Cowboys, Manly Sea Eagles and Canterbury Bulldogs all searching for their first win.
Take a look at this anytime try scorer acca for NRL round 2. I’m backing three players to cross over for a try at any time during the 80 minutes. Do you agree?
NRL Round 2 TipsBack Our NRL Anytime Try Scorer Acca 13.37/1 Bet Now! 18+. T&C’s Apply. begambleaware.org.
NRL Round 2 Tips – Matt Dufty anytime try scorer for St George Illawarra Dragons against Penrith Panthers @ 9/5 bet365
St George Illawarra Dragons looked void of any real attacking ideas against Wests Tigers in round 1. They were without Matt Dufty at full back who was still nursing a cheekbone injury he sustained in the NRL Nines in Perth. He returns this weekend and has been handed the number one jersey, meaning Zak Lomax – who had a mixed day against the Tigers – will start on the wing. Dufty is a special player, I can’t see the Dragons beating Penrith, but he is capable of scoring a try out of nothing.
NRL Round 2 TipsMatt Dufty To Score A Try 9/5 Bet Now! 18+. T&C’s Apply. begambleaware.org.
NRL Round 2 Tips – David Fifita anytime try scorer for Brisbane Broncos against South Sydney Rabbitohs @ 19/10 bet365
David Fifita is one of the most exciting players in the NRL at the moment. The 20-year-old has a very bright future ahead of him, and already has a number of clubs looking to offer him a big money deal. Fifita is big, strong and quick. He scored an amazing try against North Queensland Cowboys in round 1, and I’m backing him to cross the whitewash once again.
NRL Round 2 TipsDavid Fifita To Score A Try 19/10 Bet Now! 18+. T&C’s Apply. begambleaware.org.
NRL Round 2 Tips – Blake Ferguson anytime try scorer for Parramatta Eels against Gold Coast Titans @ 77/100 bet365
Blake Ferguson is basically a forward with plenty of speed. He plays on the wing, but he wouldn’t look out of place in the pack. He can race full length if needed, and he is virtually impossible to stop close to the line. He looked like he scored the opening try against Canterbury Bulldogs when he broke through four tackles to touch down, but television replays showed he had stepped into touch and the ‘score’ was ruled out. He won’t be denied two weeks running, so I’m backing him to score some time during the game against Gold Coast Titans.