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Canberra Raiders

Having narrowly missed out on a premiership in 2019, the Canberra Raiders missed out on the finals in 2021 and 2022 before scraping into the 8th spot in 2023 and losing narrowly to the Knights in week one of the finals in Newcastle.

Let’s see where they sit in this year’s NRL betting markets.

About the Canberra Raiders

Established: 1981
Home ground: GIO Stadium
Coach: Ricky Stuart
Captains: Elliot Whitehead
Premierships: Three – 1989, 1990, 1994
2023 ladder finish: 8th (13-11)

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Updated Canberra Raiders futures odds

2024 Premiership Make Top 8 Top Raiders Try Scorer
Feb $51 $4.80 M. Timoko $9
Mar $67 $4.50 J. Rapana $2.25
Apr $41 $2.80 X. Savage $2.20

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2024 Canberra Raiders draw

Canberra Raiders fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Thursday, March 7 8:00pm
2 Wests Tigers GIO Stadium Saturday, March 16 3:00pm
3 New Zealand Warriors Apollo Projects Stadium Friday, March 22 6:00pm
4 Cronulla Sharks PointsBet Stadium Sunday, March 31 6:15pm
5 Parammatta Eels GIO Stadium Sunday, April 7 6:15pm
6 Gold Coast Titans GIO Stadium Sunday, April 14 6:15pm
7 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Saturday, April 20 7:35pm
8 Cronulla Sharks GIO Stadium Sunday, April 28 4:05pm
9 Manly Sea Eagles 4 Pines Park Friday, May 3 6:00pm
10 BYE
11 Canterbury Bulldogs Suncorp Stadium Friday, May 17 6:00pm
12 Sydney Roosters GIO Stadium Saturday, May 25 3:00pm
13 Dolphins Kayo Stadium Saturday, June 1 7:35pm
14 BYE
15 North Queensland Cowboys GIO Stadium Friday, June 14 6:00pm
16 Wests Tigers Campbelltown Sports Stadium Sunday, June 23 4:05pm
17 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Saturday, June 29 7:35pm
18 Newcastle Knights GIO Stadium Sunday, July 7 4:05pm
19 BYE
20 New Zealand Warriors GIO Stadium Friday, July 19 8:00pm
21 South Sydney Rabbitohs GIO Stadium Sunday, July 28 6:15pm
22 Canterbury Bulldogs Belmore Sports Ground Sunday, August 4 4:05pm
23 Manly Sea Eagles GIO Stadium Saturday, August 10 3:00pm
24 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Saturday, August 17 5:30pm
25 Penrith Panthers GIO Stadium Saturday, August 24 3:00pm
26 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium Sunday, September 1 4:05pm
27 St. George Illawarra Dragons Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Saturday, September 7 3:00pm

Raiders players to watch in 2024

Jamal Fogarty

Jamal Fogarty

Born: 13/12/1993
Games: 80
Tries: 13
Position: Halfback

Jamal Fogarty will be under the spotlight again for the Raiders in 2024 as the halfback and vice captain of the club. Without Wighton in the halves, Fogarty will continue to shoulder the load of organising his side, and it is likely that he will be expected to create more points in attack for them too. Fogarty will have the added pressure of getting young players like Xavier Savage, Keao Weekes, Ethan Strange and Chevy Chase to impact games positively throughout the season, which will be difficult.

Corey Horsburgh

Cory Horsburgh

Born: 5/1/1998
Games: 82
Tries: 5
Position: Lock

Corey Horsburgh also had a phenomenal 2023 season that saw him make his debut for the Queensland Maroons in State of Origin while also becoming on of the leaders of this experienced Raiders forward pack. In 2024, the key to Horsburgh taking his game to the next level will be controlling his admirably emotional side and channelling that energy to impact the game positively. Without “Big Red” on the field, the Raiders could struggle more than they’re already expected to.

Josh Papali’i

Josh Papali’i

Born: 13/5/1992
Games: 282
Tries: 62
Position: Prop

Josh Papali’i is entering what many anticipate will be his last season in the NRL where he is also expected to play his 300th game for the Raiders. Papali’i made his debut for the club in 2011 where he has played more than 18 games per year every season since his first. The former Queensland Maroon’s biggest task this season will be educating the young forwards at the club about playing rugby league at the highest level for extended periods. If this is his last season, he will be celebrated and greatly missed my Raiders fans, and fans across the league.

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