NRL Round 20 Preview and Tips – South Sydney Rabbitohs v New Zealand Warriors


South Sydney Rabbitohs v New Zealand Warriors

ANZ Stadium, 2:00pm

Souths $2.00, Warriors $1.80

Rabbitohs: Rhys Wesser, Nathan Merritt, Dylan Farrell, Greg Inglis, Chris McQueen, John Sutton, Chris Sandow, Ben Ross, Issac Luke, Shannan McPherson, Jason Clark, Eddy Pettybourne, Michael Crocker (c). Interchange (from): Luke Burgess, Dave Tyrrell, Ben Lowe, Nathan Peats, Shaune Corrigan

Warriors: Kevin Locke, Bill Tupou, Joel Moon, Shaun Berrigan, Manu Vatuvei, James Maloney, Shaun Johnson, Russell Packer, Aaron Heremaia, Jacob Lillyman, Feleti Mateo, Simon Mannering (c), Micheal Luck. Interchange (from): Lance Hohaia, Sam Rapira, Ben Matulino, Elijah Taylor.

South Sydney are another of the teams trying to make their way through the log-jam of sides competing for a spot in the bottom half of the top 8.

Their heart stopping golden point win against the Roosters last week will do wonders for their confidence which they will need plenty of this week against a Warriors side that are building on a 2-game winning streak.

The Warriors are one-up on the Bunnies in 2011 having beaten them by 6 points back in Round 11. This time it’s Souths with the home ground advantage which is always a bonus against a Warriors side on the road.

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 – South Sydney Rabbitohs v New Zealand Warriors"

  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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