NRL Grand Final Betting Tips: How To Back Star Try Scorers At Boosted Odds – PAYS IN CASH!

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Josh Addo-Carr - Melbourne Storm NRL

The NRL Grand Final takes place at the ANZ Stadium with Minor Premiers Penrith Panthers taking on second placed Melbourne Storm. Online bookmaker Sky Bet is now offering all new and existing customers the chance to back three big name try scorers at boosted odds to score at any time during the Grand Final, with winnings to be paid in cash! Back Ryan Papenhuyzen, Suliasi Vunivalu & Josh Addo-Carr all to score in Sydney.

Penrith Panthers go in search of their first NRL Grand Final win since 2003 when they take on three-time winners Melbourne Storm.

The Panthers, who finished top of the league standings after the weekly rounds, booked their place in their first Final in 17 years with a 20-16 win over South Sydney Rabbitohs.

The Storm produced a stunning first-half performance during their 30-10 win over Canberra Raiders, as they scored four tries inside 24 minutes through Jesse Bromwich, Ryan Papenhuyzen, Suliasi Vunivalu and Dale Finucane.

First try scorer betting is extremely popular in the NRL, but why not go for something a little different this weekend? Take advantage of Sky Bet’s boosted odds option of Ryan Papenhuyzen, Suliasi Vunivalu and Josh Addo-Carr all scoring tries in the Grand Final.

Read on for our three reasons to claim this NRL try scorer price boost…

NRL Price Boost Tips: 3 Reasons To Claim NRL Price Boost

  1. When Billy Slater retired from the game, a lot of people felt that he couldn’t be replaced, and they would struggle to ever have a world class full-back again. How wrong they all were, Ryan Papenhyzen might never be as good as Slater, but he is an outstanding talent and attacks the line just as well as Billy did. He has scored 10 tries in 19 appearances this season and has scored in his last two appearances.
  2. Suliasi Vunivalu also scored in their Preliminary Finals win over the Canberra Raiders, he produced a moment of sheer brilliance to tip toe down the sideline, dummy a kick and touch down in the corner. This could be the winger’s last ever game of rugby league after he agreed to join Queensland Reds in Super Rugby in 2021, so it would be nice for him to go out with a try.
  3. James Addo-Carr is a big-game player and seeing as he is the only one of these selected players not to have scored in the Preliminary Finals, he will be eager to put the record straight. If the Storm need a magical play to win the game, then expect ‘The Fox’ to be on the end of it.