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Bulldogs v Melbourne Storm

This sports betting tip was written by Sandy on June 23rd, 2012 at 17:08

Storm to win.

Tough match this but i think Melbourne can keep this amazing record going.

Ofcourse Dogs have move into second place and are playing some delightful rugby. Those big forwards eat up the yards but they are also very comfortable with ball in hand- the amount of tries this side scores from breaks or nice passing from the big guys is unbelievable. I would say theres still an issue with edge defence but its a terrific side to watch. If they can improve it could be their year.

Storm are on such a great run this season- just 2 defeats at Sharks and at home to Tigers- when so many top players were missing. Their confidence level and desire is probably the best in the NRL. Week after week the games come and tougher and harder but the result always follows. Last week to Billy Slater was no problem and a tough look trip to the Oval to play Manly was another 2 competition points.

Its going to be a great game but you cant beat against Storm at the moment. Even with one or two guys out we keep seeing performances of a very high standard so while this will be close i would back Storm to grab the win.

Storm to win with skybet at 1.73

Pick : melbourne storm

Odds : 1.73 @ Sky Bet - {click here to get a £ 10 free bet and free access to Sky Player}

Stake: 3/10

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