BRUNSY’S BIG DECISIONS
Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has actually been a pleasant surprise at fullback, not the precipitous drop-off I thought it may be when the monstrously underrated Dylan Edwards was injured.
The Bulldogs are an unrecognisable team from the one that was being sold to everyone as a genuine contender at the beginning of the year. They are also close to the most unwatchable team in the league, but somehow, despite all that, managed to thrash a decent Newcastle side last week. The Raiders put in a pathetic second half against the Broncos, being run down from a lead. This game might be a real stinker. This is another of those games that could see 80 points scored or 8 points scored.
Either way, Martin will put up a score. He smashed out last week and will need even more required of him with David Klemmer missing with NSW. An absolute must have every week at that price. BJ Leilua appears to have really hit a wall in Canberra. This year he has not had it all his own way, but through injuries and rep duty, he has the chance to rack up a huge score here and lock himself into the no.
HIs base stats are phenomenal when given the time, and he should get close to 80 in this one. A safe, cheap pick. Another ridiculous scheduling decision by the NRL, the Titans so seldom attract decent crowds and they might have just reached half their capacity if their local rivals were in town, even if it were purely opposition fans. Brisbane got out of jail last week against a Canberra team that I think officially ruled themselves out of finals contention.
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Tipping competition — prize details comments: Non-owners should find it hard to ignore that price. Injury, not goal-kicking in some games, the addition of Maloney and Origin have all had a role in Cleary not reaching the heights of last year.
On the topic of halves, Widdop is another gun who is priced nicely. With a three-round average of Matterson returned to 80 minutes on the edge over the weekend which was a pleasant relief for those who held on me!
Although named on the edge, Matterson could still be used as part of the lock rotation which would severely affect his scores. With a breakeven of 88, non-owners can afford to wait a week for another look. My love affair continues…Well, sort of.