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ORIGIN game two looms large next week, which means we have just four club games to choose from in Round 15.

Never fear however, we have made a habit of generating winning dividends throughout the origin period.

During round 15 we are looking to bounce back after the Bulldogs shock second half fight back left our multi dead in the water.

Thankfully, those who took our multi insurance deals got their stakes back, but it was a bitter pill to swallow for those of us who banked on the Dogs putting in another woeful performance.

We are straight back on the horse however, and we are confident that this week’s formula will produce another winning return.

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Selections for the Round 15 NRL Multi of the week:

South Sydney Rabbitohs to beat the Gold Coast Titans ($1.31)

Melbourne Storm to beat the North Queensland Cowboys ($1.67)

Cronulla Sharks to defeat the Wests Tigers ($1.28)

Parramatta Eels to win against the St George Illawarra Dragons ($1.70)

Combined multi value: +376 @

South Sydney Rabbitohs vs. Gold Coast Titans

Friday, June 16 from 7.50 pm AEST, ANZ Stadium, Sydney

The Bunnies and the Titans kick off our NRL multi this week, and we are backing the home side to chalk up an easy win against the walking wounded Coasters.

The Titans have been torn apart by injuries, and now that three of their absolute superstars have been called up for origin duty their task becomes even more onerous.

The Rabbitohs season is on the line here and they are playing against a Titans team who will be without almost half of their absolute best team, which spells trouble for visitors.

We are backing the Bunnies to kick off our multi in style.

South Sydney Rabbitohs to win – $1.31

Melbourne Storm vs. North Queensland Cowboys

Saturday, June 17 from 5.30 pm AEST, AAMI Park, Melbourne

Two heavily depleted teams lock horns on Saturday afternoon in the sporting capital of Australia as the Storm host the Cowboys at AAMI Park.

The Storm will be without the big three after Billy Slater finally got his call up, but Craig Bellamy has plenty of young stars waiting in the wings eager to display what Melbourne will look like without their key playmakers.

The Cowboys will be without Jonathan Thurston, Michael Morgan, Gavin Cooper and Coen Hess for the pivotal clash, which leaves a gaping hole in their offense.

Playing at home, as well as having the superior forwards will hold Melbourne in great stead and we are backing the Storm in to keep us rolling into the third leg.

Melbourne Storm to win – $1.38

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Cronulla Sharks vs. Wests Tigers

Saturday, June 17 from 7.30 pm AEST, Southern Cross Group Stadium, Sydney

The Sharks have been decimated by origin this week while the Tigers will be without their best player, it means Saturday night’s game in the Shire will be a lot closer than it presents on paper.

The reigning premiers will be without Andrew Fifita, Jack Bird, James Maloney, Valentine Holmes and Wade Graham, and after suffering a heartbreaking loss to the Storm they will need all hands on deck to cover their star omissions.

The Tigers are not without their selection dilemmas either. James Tedesco and Aaron Woods will be donning the NSW Blue and will not be available for Saturday night’s game.

This looms as a battle of who wants the win more given who is unavailable but we are favouring the home side. They have too much to play for and there are too many players looking to force their way into a team that will potentially battle deep into September.

Cronulla Sharks to win – $1.28

Parramatta Eels vs. St George Illawarra Dragons

Sunday, June 18 from 4 pm AEST, ANZ Stadium, Sydney

The Eels and the Dragons round out our NRL multi this weekend, and the home side will be looking to make a strong statement after last week’s capitulation.

Parramatta were hammered by the Cowboys and never truly looked in the contest.

St George Illawarra scored just two points in their shock loss to the Bulldogs. Could this be a sign of things to come for a team that has exceeded expectations all season long?

The Eels have dominated the Dragons over their last five meetings, and the big red v’s record at ANZ Stadium reads just as poorly. St George has won just twice in eight visits to the Olympic Stadium.

The record speaks for itself. We are backing the blue and golds to bring us home in style on Sunday.

Parramatta Eels to win – -142.86

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