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The Brisbane Broncos are the most successful club 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.

Despite being regular fixtures at the upper end of the table, the Broncos have now gone 12 years without tasting premiership glory. It is the longest drought in the club’s short, glittering history.

Can Wayne Bennett steer the giants of Queensland back to the top? Let’s take a look at the odds for NRL 2019.

About the Brisbane Broncos

Established: 1988
Home ground: Suncorp Stadium
Coach: Wayne Bennett
Captain: Darius Boyd
Premierships: Six – 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2006
2018 ladder finish: Sixth (15-9)

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2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds Top Tryscorer Odds
Jan $10 $1.40 $2.20 A Milford $41
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2019 Brisbane Broncos draw

Brisbane Broncos fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (QLD)
1 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Thursday, March 14 6:50pm
2 North Queensland Cowboys Suncorp Stadium Friday, March 22 6:55pm
3 St George Illawarra Dragons Suncorp Stadium Thursday, March 28 6:50pm
4 Sydney Roosters SCG Thursday, April 4 6:50pm
5 Wests Tigers Suncorp Stadium Thursday, April 11 7:50pm
6 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Sunday, April 21 4:05pm
7 Cronulla Sharks Suncorp Stadium Saturday, April 7 7:35pm
8 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Thursday, May 2 7:50pm
9 Manly Sea Eagles Suncorp Stadium Friday, May 10 7:55pm
10 Sydney Roosters Suncorp Stadium Friday, May 17 7:55pm
11 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, May 25 5:30pm
12 BYE
13 Gold Coast Titans Suncorp Stadium Sunday, June 9 2pm
14 Parramatta Eels Western Sydney Stadium Saturday, June 15 7:35pm
15 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, June 29 5:30pm
16 Cronulla Sharks Shark Park Sunday, July 7 4:05pm
17 New Zealand Warriors Suncorp Stadium Saturday, July 13 5:30pm
18 Canterbury Bulldogs Suncorp Stadium Thursday, July 18 7:50pm
19 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, July 27 5:30pm
20 Melbourne Storm Suncorp Stadium Friday, August 2 7:55pm
21 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Thursday, August 8 7:50pm
22 Penrith Panthers Suncorp Stadium Friday, August 16 7:55pm
23 South Sydney Rabbitohs Suncorp Stadium Friday, August 23 7:55pm
24 Parramatta Eels Suncorp Stadium Friday, August 30 7:55pm
25 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Saturday, September 7 5:30pm

Broncos players to watch in 2019

Broncos star Anthony MilfordAnthony Milford
Born: 11/7/1994
Games: 143
Tries: 61
Position: Five-eighth

Milford’s speed, agility and eye for the spectacular are well documented, but last season we saw his resilient side. The Brissie-born playmaker lined up in a semi-final with a dislocated shoulder, and it was later revealed that he had been carrying a torn pectoral muscle since the middle of the year. Off-season surgery will hamper Milford’s preparations, but he should return in the early rounds.

NRL star Jack BirdJack Bird
Born: 20/3/1995
Games: 74
Tries: 16
Position: Centre

Bird’s first season at Red Hill was miserable one. An interrupted preseason left the former Shark overweight and underdone, while a lingering sternum injury restricted him to only eight games for the year. The NSW centre has declared himself ready to go for NRL 2019 and will be desperate to win back the faith of teammates, coaches and the Broncos fans.

Brisbane Broncos NRL bettingSean O’Sullivan
Born: 21/8/1998
Games: 1
Tries: 1
Position: Halfback

O’Sullivan moves to the Broncos after an invaluable apprenticeship under Cooper Cronk and Luke Keary at the premiership-winning Sydney Roosters. The 20-year-old New South Welshman also spent time alongside Mitchell Pearce before his switch to the Newcastle Knights. With Milford likely to miss the start of the year, O’Sullivan could prove vital to Brisbane’s early-season prospects.

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