Brisbane Broncos Vs Sydney Roosters Round 1

The hard-hitting Brisbane Broncos take on the Sydney Roosters in round 1 of the 2024 NRL competition. Both teams go head to head at Allegiant Stadium, Los Vagas.

NRL line up

Kick Off is at 3:30 pm

Betting tips – Broncos to win!

Who To Place Your Bet With?

Betting on this week’s rugby league match? Need some tips? Read below!

Picklebet is offering solid odds as always, Broncos at $1.58, and the Roosters at $2.35.

PlayUp is also offering exciting odds, Broncos at $1.61 with the Roosters at $2.22.

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Brisbane Broncos Tips & Prediction

After a scuffle a few weeks ago between the Broncos vice-captain ( Carrigan), and captain (Reynolds).  The boys seemed to have kissed and made up, looking impressive in pre-season matches.

The team is set and ready to go. The Brisbane Broncos showed a lot of talent pre-season, and look trim and fit.

NRL line up

Los Vagas here we go, peeps! Reece Walsh will be the player to keep an eye on. With youth on his side, we are expecting him to have a bigger season than last year if he remains injury-free.

The Broncos will more than likely move the ball around the field side to side against the Roosters. We expect solid defenses 3’s and 4’s in tackles, and some big hits when the opportunity arises.

Betting Tips Prediction – Broncos to win head-to-head. Reece Walsh first try scorer for the Brisbane Broncos.

Rooster looking forward to another beatdown!

Sydney Roosters Tips & Prediction

The Sydney Roosters NRL team has been the quiet achiever in 2024. Their pre-season had glimmers of hope but as a whole, the team looks ordinary.

As usual, the media is pumping this team to the max! The team does appear strong on paper as many previous Roosters squads have. With multiple big names listed, NRL experts and tipsters are raving about how well the Sydney Roosters will do in 2024.

But as the saying goes don’t let a lie get in the way of a good story. We are predicting the Sydney Roosters will be in for punishment this weekend against the Broncos.

Three-time premiership-winning props Spencer Leniu and Dominic Young who scored 25 tries last season for the Knights are the big additions to the Sydney Roosters. All eyes will be on these two players.

If all else fails at least the Roosters can boast they have the tallest winger in the competition.

Standing at 2m tall, Young will play opposite Daniel Tupou on the wing.

Roosters Coach Trent Robinson was filmed talking to his players, he spoke a lot about intensity.

“We wanna play live sets, get that hunger on our transitions, let’s start up with our intensity”

You can see his talk here on Dialed In, Youtube

Betting Tips

Picklebet Odds

Broncos – for the win $1.58

Broncos – First try scorer Reece Walsh $11.50

Broncos – Under 18 points paying $4.50

The Broncos look hard to bet against, and we won’t be betting on the Roosters this weekend at all. Head to Head the odds are light, however looks like easy cream for the win.

The first try scorer is always a punt, but Reece Walsh is a try-scoring machine and could be worth the risk.

Broncos under 18 points at $4.50 is a steal!

Broncos Predicted Starting Lineup

1. Reece Walsh 

2. Jesse Arthars 

3. Kotoni Staggs 

4. Selwyn Cobbo 

5. Deine Mariner 

6. Ezra Mam

7. Adam Reynolds 

8. Corey Jensen 

9. Billy Walters 

10. Payne Haas 

11. Brendan Piakura 

12. Jordan Riki 

13. Patrick Carrigan 

14. Tyson Smoothy 

15. Fletcher Baker 

16. Kobe Hetherington 

17. Xavier Willison 

18. Corey Oates 

19. Jock Madden 

20. Tristan Sailor 

21. Martin Taupau 

22. Jaiyden Hunt

Roosters Predicted Starting Lineup

1. James Tedesco 

2. Daniel Tupou 

3. Billy Smith 

4. Joseph Manu 

5. Joseph-Aukuso Suaalii 

6. Luke Keary 

7. Sam Walker 

8. Spencer Leniu 

9. Brandon Smith 

10. Lindsay Collins 

11. Siua Wong 

12. Sitili Tupouniua 

13. Victor Radley 

14. Sandon Smith 

15. Naufahu Whyte 

16. Nat Butcher 

17. Terrell May 

18. Fetalaiga Pauga 

19. Angus Crichton 

20. Egan Butcher 

21. Zach Dockar-Clay 

22. Connor Watson

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