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The Canberra Raiders are an enigmatic bunch. Having nosedived to 10th in 2017 and remained there in 2018, Ricky Stuart’s men have a lot of questions to answer this season.

Can the Raiders romp back into finals contention? 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
Captain: Jarrod Croker
Premierships: Three – 1989, 1990, 1994
2018 ladder finish: 10th (10-14)

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2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds Top Tryscorer Odds
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Best Canberra Raiders bets for NRL 2019

There are dozens of NRL futures markets for the Raiders, but where are they likely to return some real value?

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2019 Canberra Raiders draw


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

Raiders players to watch in 2019

Raiders NRL star Nick CotricNick Cotric
Born: 18/11/1998
Games: 48
Tries: 28
Position: Winger

Canberra’s teen sensation followed up his breakout 2017 campaign with another excellent year on the flanks. More of the same in the early rounds of the season could see him land in Brad Fittler’s NSW squad for the 2019 State of Origin series.

Canberra Raiders NRL bettingJordan Rapana
Born: 15/8/1989
Games: 97
Tries: 67
Position: Winger

Canberra’s Kiwi flyer was not quite his prolific self in 2018, finishing the year with 10 tries from 21 games and only one multiple. If he can rediscover the form that saw him cross 44 times in the previous two seasons, the Raiders backs will be very hard to stop.

NRL star Joey LeiluaJoseph Leilua
Born: 12/12/1991
Games: 191
Tries: 85
Position: Centre

Raiders boss Ricky Stuart has long touted this guy for an Origin berth. That chance could come this year if Leilua and Rapana are as potent on the Canberra right as they have been over the past few seasons.

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