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NRL: One-sided scores on the cards on Saturday

Saturday throws up three games from the NRL, with encounters taking place at Sydney, Gold Coast and Wollongong.

Instead of potentially cagey affairs, these fixtures could throw up some one-sided scorelines so we’ll take a look at the Line markets for these games.

Battle at the bottom

WhatWests Tigers v Dolphins
WhereCommBank Stadium, Sydney
When15:00, 19th August 2023
How to watchKayo, Foxtel
OddsWests Tigers 1.33, Dolphins 3.35

The Dolphins took a real hit with injuries against the Sydney Roosters last time out, which won’t make things easy when they travel to CommBank Stadium to face Wests Tigers this weekend.

It’s the Dolphins last away trip in their first campaign in Super League, which will end with two home games against the New Zealand Warriors and North Queensland Cowboys in Brisbane.

Connelly Lemuelu, Kenny Bromwich, Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow, Jeremy Marshall-Kin and Ray Stone will all miss the trip to Syndey for the Dolphins.

The Tigers have been finding wins hard to come by but, against a depleted Dolphins side, the hosts are 1.91 to come out on top with -8.5 in the Line market.   

Panthers looking to maul Titans

WhatGold Coast Titans v Penrith Panthers
WhereCbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast
When17:30, 19th August 2023
How to watchKayo, Foxtel
OddsGold Coast Titans 8.50, Penrith Panthers 1.07

In what could well be the most one-sided contest of the day, reigning champions Penrith Panthers head to Cbus Super Stadium to take on Gold Coast Titans.

The Panthers once again look to be the team to beat this season and are sitting at the top of the ladder after their first 21 games of the campaign.

With eight wins in their 21 outings, it has been a disappointing season for the Titans who won’t be making the top eight this year.

Looking at the Line market with Penrith at 2.00 to finish in the right side of -22.5 points, it could well be a long evening for the home faithful at Cbus Super Stadium.   

Storm can blow away Dragons

WhatSt George/Illawarra Dragons v Melbourne Storm
WhereWIN Stadium, Wollongong
When19:35, 19th August 2023
How to watchChannel 9, Kayo, Foxtel
OddsSt George/Illawarra Dragons 5.00, Melbourne Storm 1.18

Melbourne Storm are certainly one of the title contenders in the NRL this season and they are firm favourites going into their clash on the road with St George/Illawarra Dragons on Saturday night.

Only Wests Tigers sit below the Dragons in the standings, while Melbourne find themselves nestled in fourth spot on the ladder.

Having thrashed the Canberra Raiders 48-2 in their last outings, another high-scoring affair might well be on the cards this weekend.

The Storm can be found at 1.91 to win with -14.5 in the Line market for Saturday’s clash at 

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