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2019 State of Origin betting news: Blues plunge after Perth win

NSW State of Origin betting news has installed New South Wales as $1.50 favourites to take out the 2019 State of Origin series after Sunday’s blowout in game two.

The Blues had plenty of questions to answer after their four-point loss at Suncorp Stadium on June 5, leading coach Brad Fittler to make a number of changes for the standalone clash in Perth.


The most significant of those was the inclusion of Tom Trbojevic, who notched the first Origin hat-trick for a NSW player since 2005 in a commanding performance at centre.

The likes of Blake Ferguson, Dale Finucane, James Maloney and Daniel Saifiti also acquitted themselves well as the Blues squared the series with an emphatic 38-6 win.

Fittler’s selection dilemmas are far from sorted, however, with Nathan Cleary in doubt for game three after missing the second half at Optus Stadium with an ankle injury.



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There is no shortage of candidates for the halfback role if the Penrith playmaker does not pull up, with Mitchell Pearce – also pending fitness – at the head of the queue.

It is now Queensland’s turn to do some soul searching after a horrible night in WA.

The Maroons were beaten in all departments, leading online bookmakers to wind them out to $2.60 odds for the series decider on July 10 at ANZ Stadium.

Coach Kevin Walters and the QLD selection committee have come in for plenty of criticism after Dylan Napa managed a paltry 23 minutes on field due to an existing wrist injury.

Also under the microscope is Maroons forward Josh McGuire, who is expected to miss a week of NRL action for a late hit on Blues star Maloney.

2019 State of Origin III odds

New South Wales – $1.50
Queensland – $2.60

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