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NRL: Dolphins to continue top-four push

The Dolphins will look to consolidate their place in the top four of the NRL when they travel to take on the New Zealand Warriors on Sunday.

Wayne Bennett’s men continue to shine this season with seven wins from 10 games, to sit in fourth spot on the ladder.

It would be a huge achievement if they could stay there and they can be backed at 5.00 to finish in the top four come the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Brisbane Broncos, who sit one place and two points below their Queensland rivals, are also in action on Sunday afternoon.

Gold Coast Titans are the visitors to Suncorp Stadium and the home fans will be expecting their side to pick up the two points.

Brisbane are 5.00 to win the grand final and they will be looking to peak at the end of the season.

Broncos target three in a row

. What: Brisbane Broncos v Gold Coast Titans
. Where: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
. When: 14:00 (AEST), Sunday 26th May 2024
. How to watch: Kayo, Foxtel
. Odds: Brisbane Broncos 1.20, Gold Coast Titans 4.60

The Broncos are going well after winning the last two games on the spin, including a Magic Round win over Manly Sea Eagles.

They will be expected to see off the Titans, who have just two wins to their name this season.

However Des Hasler’s side are no pushovers and their last four losses have been by no more than four points.

Brisbane, who have won seven of their last eight games at Suncorp, can be backed at 6.00 to win Sunday’s game by 1-5 points.

The Broncos are also boosted by the return of Reece Walsh, who missed the win over Manly with a knee injury, while Payne Haas should also be fit to play.

Walsh can be backed at 6.50 to score the first try of the game.

Dolphins ready for Auckland test

. What: New Zealand Warriors v Dolphins
. Where: Go Media Stadium, Auckland
. When: 16:05 (AEST), Sunday 26th May 2024
. How to watch: Kayo, Foxtel, Channel 9
. Odds: New Zealand Warriors 2.20, Dolphins 1.68

The Dolphins are flying high after winning their last four games on the bounce but face a big test when they head to Auckland to face the Warriors.

They have won only two of 16 games played outside Queensland, but did beat the Eels in Darwin recently, so can take heart from that.

The Warriors are also struggling on home soil, having won just one of the last four games at Go Media Stadium.

The Auckland outfit may be having a disappointing season but their confidence will have been given a big lift after beating Penrith Panthers in Magic Round.

They edged out the Panthers by just two points and can be backed at 6.50 to beat the Dolphins by 1-5.

Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow is a man in form for the Dolphins, scoring seven tries in his last five games.

The powerful fullback is priced at 9.50 to score the first try of the game, or 2.20 to grab one at anytime.

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