NRL Round 20 Preview and Tips – Wests Tigers v Sydney Roosters


Wests Tigers v Sydney Roosters
Leichhardt Oval, 7:30pm

Tigers $1.42, Roosters $2.85

Tigers: Tim Moltzen, Lote Tuqiri, Blake Ayshford, Chris Lawrence, Beau Ryan, Benji Marshall, Robert Lui, Bryce Gibbs, Robbie Farah, Keith Galloway, Liam  Fulton, Gareth Ellis, Chris Heighington. Interchange (from): Mark Flanagan, Mitch Brown, Aaron  Woods, Todd Payten, Andrew Fifita

Roosters: Anthony Minichiello, Sam Perrett, Kane Linnett, Shaun Kenny-Dowall, Joseph ‘BJ’ Leilua, Todd Carney, Mitchell Pearce, Jason  Ryles, Jake Friend, Nate Myles, Braith  Anasta (c), Aidan Guerra, Frank Paul  Nuuausala. Interchange (from): Anthony Mitchell, Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, Brad Takairangi, Tinirau Arona, Tom Symonds

It’s east meets west in a classic encounter at a classic venue in Leichhardt Oval. The Roosters might have finally decided to get a move on but it’s all a bit too late. And it’s probably not the best time to meeting the Wests Tigers either who have found their mojo to an extent following their win against the Cowboys last week. The Roosters had to win last week to have any chance of making the finals so it will be interesting to see how they play in this game with absolutely no pressure.

The Tigers on the other hand are fighting to maintain their spot in the bottom half of the top 8. Benji Marshall has taken time to get back to his best after his injury but it looks like he is there now and what a great battle we should be in for between Benji and Todd Carney.

This game should display some great ball playing skills so prepare to be entertained.

Mike’s Best Bet: None

Starting Bank: $2000, Current Bank $2478.42

(Team lists sourced from

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2 Responses to "NRL Round 20 Preview and Tips – Wests Tigers v Sydney Roosters"

  1. If you don’t have the guts to pick the winners or suggest bets like Andy Marshall, then please give this column to someone else whose has the ability and knowledge to give the tips. Thanks

    1. I think you have somehow missed when I have posted best bets. I post at least one bet per round and if you have followed my tips you would be showing a healthy profit. I make it very clear what to bet on and how much to bet using a specialised staking plan.
      I’m not in the habit of betting on every game just for the sake of it.
      The fact that I’m showing a profit demonstrates my ability and if winning tips do not satisfy you then there is nothing more I can do.
      I started the year with a $2000 starting bank which is now up to $2478.42.
      I hope this helps.
      Good luck with your punting and I look forward to providing more winning tips for you in 2011.


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