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The Brisbane Broncos are one of the most successful clubs in the modern era of Australian rugby league. They have won six premierships since joining the NSWRL in 1988, three of which have come after the inception of the national competition in 1998.
However, these are tough times at Red Hill. The 2020 NRL season was difficult for everybody, but nobody suffered worse than the Broncos as they sank to the bottom of the ladder.
Can Kevin Walters steer the giants of Queensland back to the top? Let’s take a look at the odds for NRL 2021.
|Home ground:||Suncorp Stadium|
|Premierships:||Six – 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2006|
|2020 ladder finish:||16th (3-17)|
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After each Brisbane Broncos match we update key markets for both individual players awards and team futures. This week’s best Broncos odds are brought to you by BetOnline.
|2021 Premiership||Make Finals||Make Top 4||Dally M Odds|
There are dozens of NRL futures markets for the Broncos, but where are they likely to return some real value?
Click on the tabs below to get more analysis on these markets:
|1||Parramatta Eels||Suncorp Stadium||Friday, March 12||7:05pm|
|2||Gold Coast Titans||Cbus Super Stadium||Friday, March 19||7:05pm|
|3||Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs||Suncorp Stadium||Saturday, March 27||4:30pm|
|4||Melbourne Storm||AAMI Park||Friday, April 02||8:05pm|
|5||South Sydney Rabbitohs||Stadium Australia/td>||Thursday, April 8||7:50pm|
|6||Penrith Panthers||Suncorp Stadium||Thursday, April 15||7:50pm|
|7||Parramatta Eels||TIO Stadium||Friday, April 23||7:55pm|
|8||Gold Coast Titans||Suncorp Stadium||Friday, April 30||7:55pm|
|9||North Queensland Cowboys||Queensland Country Bank Stadium||Saturday, May 8||7:35pm|
|10||Manly Sea Eagles||Suncorp Stadium||Friday, May 14||8:05pm|
|11||Sydney Roosters||Sydney Cricket Ground||Saturday, May 22||5:30pm|
|12||Melbourne Storm||Suncorp Stadium||Thursday, May 27||7:50pm|
|13||St. George Illawarra Dragons||Netstrata Jubilee Stadium||Thursday, June 03||7:50pm|
|14||Canberra Raiders||GIO Stadium||Saturday, June 12||7:35pm|
|15||South Sydney Rabbitohs||Suncorp Stadium||Thursday, June 17||7:50pm|
|16||Cronulla Sharks||Suncorp Stadium||Sunday, July 4||2:00pm|
|18||West Tigers||Suncorp Stadium||Saturday, July 18||4:05pm|
|19||Penrith Panthers||Panthers Stadium||Saturday, July 24||7:35pm|
|20||North Queensland Cowboys||Suncorp Stadium||Friday, July 30||7:55pm|
|21||Newcastle Knights||McDonald Jones Stadium||Thursday, August 5||7:50pm|
|22||Sydney Roosters||Suncorp Stadium||Friday, August 13||7:55pm|
|23||New Zealand Warriors||Suncorp Stadium||Sunday, August 22||4:05pm|
|24||Cronulla Sharks||Netstrata Jubilee||Saturday, August 28||5:30pm|
|25||Newcastle Knights||Suncorp Stadium||Friday, September 3||3:00pm|
The player that gave Broncos fans a reason to watch last season. Now we know he is sidelined until mid-season due to ACL injury however he was by one of the most exciting centres to watch and we expect he will be this season as well. Having 10 tries and 18 goals in 14 appearances, he will want to continue on that and try and bring the Broncos into the top eight. He will be a key player in the attacking in the back end of the year and His ability to play in both forwards as well should only boost the defence of this team. Expect him to be a force when he gets back from injury.
At just 21 years of age, Haas has already earned full caps for New South Wales and Australia. The gifted prop is one to keep your eye on when he has the ball as you are never sure what he will do. Having 61 tackle breaks and 1386 post contact metres he is one to watch when the Bronco’s are in need of someone to step up. Expect to see him in the New South Wales team this year.
Most people have lost faith in Jamayne Isaako to wear the No.1 jersey after the very disappointing last two years however if you look into his 2018 debut season wining Dally M Rookie Of The Year and the top point scorer for the season we could see that man come back. With no Darius Boyd this season and Kevin Walters taking over as coach the fullback jersey is his for the taking. We expect his performance to increase significantly this season.
Long-serving local lads are the backbone of Brisbane’s success. The likes of Allan Langer, Kevin Walters, Shane Webcke, Corey Parker and games record holder Darren Lockyer served with distinction for many years and helped instil a culture of loyalty and ambition that is rare in modern-day expansion clubs.
Wayne Bennett is the grandfather of that winning ethos. The superstar coach manned the helm for all but six of Brisbane’s top-flight campaigns between 1988 and 2018, engineering each of their six premierships along the way. Bennett left to take charge of the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2019, with former Bunnies boss Anthony Seibold picking up the reins at Red Hill. The disappointing performance of Broncos saw Anthony Seibold’s careers very short lived as he opted to leave the club in August 2020. This has allowed the to pick up Maroons coaching legend, Kevin Walters for the 2021 season.