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Canterbury Bulldogs NRL

Another year, another shocker for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

Only the unmitigated disaster that was the Brisbane Broncos prevented the Dogs from claiming the wooden spoon in 2020, so new coach Trent Barrett has a big job on his hands.

How will Canterbury fare in NRL 2021? Let’s check in with the bookies.

About the Canterbury Bulldogs

Established: 1934
Home grounds: Belmore Oval, ANZ Stadium
Coach: Trent Barrett
Captain: Josh Jackson
Premierships: Eight – 1938, 1942, 1980, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1995, 2004
2020 ladder finish: 15th (3-17)

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Updated Canterbury Bulldogs futures odds

2021 Premiership Make Finals Wooden Spoon
Feb $51 $11
Mar $51 $11
Apr $501 $17 $2
May $501 $21 $2.25
Jun $501 $67 $1.25
Jul $1,001 $67 $1.14
Aug $1.01

Best Canterbury Bulldogs bets for NRL 2021

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2021 Canterbury Bulldogs draw

Canterbury Bulldogs Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, March 12 5:00pm
2 Penrith Panthers Bankwest Stadium Saturday, March 20 2:05pm
3 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Saturday, March 27 4:30pm
4 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Friday, April 2 3:05pm
5 Melbourne Storm HBF Park Saturday, April 10 5:30pm
6 North Queensland Cowboys QLD Country Bank Stadium Sunday, April 18 4:05pm
7 Cronulla Sharks Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Saturday, April 24 5:30pm
8 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Saturday, May 1 5:30pm
9 St. George Illawarra Dragons Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Sunday, May 9 4:05pm
10 Canberra Raiders Suncorp Stadium Saturday, May 15 3:00pm
11 Gold Coast Titans CBUS Super Stadium Saturday, May 22 3:500pm
12 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Saturday, May 29 3:00pm
13 BYE
14 St George Illawarra Dragons ANZ Stadium Monday, June 14 4:00pm
15 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Sunday, June 20 2:00pm
16 Manly Sea Eagles ANZ Stadium Saturday, July, 3 3:00pm
17 Sydney Roosters Bankwest Stadium Saturday, July 10 7:35pm
18 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Sunday, July 18 6:15pm
19 Cronulla Sharks Bankwest Stadium Sunday, July 25 4:05pm
20 Gold Coast Titans Bankwest Stadium Sunday, August 1 2:00pm
21 West Tigers Belmore Sports Ground Sunday, August 8 2:00pm
22 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Sunday, August 15 2:00pm
23 Newcastle Knights ANZ Stadium Saturday, August 21 5:30pm
24 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Oval Sunday, August 29 2:00pm
25 West Tigers Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, September 5 4:05pm

Canterbury Bulldogs players to watch in 2021

Corey Allan betting oddsCorey Allan
Born: 19/4/1998
Games: 29
Tries: 8
Position: Fullback

Corey Allan was one of the key players poached by Canterbury to join the team for the 2021 season. Last year was a significant year for the young player as he wasn’t given a shot to play until round 10 so had to make an impression. He did just that with five tries, six try assists, 20 tackle break and seven line breaks in 10 appearances. Allan didn’t move to fullback until round 17, but he made the position his own and helped the Rabbitohs make it to the preliminary finals. If he makes a smooth transition to his new club, we should be expecting a bigger display of what he can really do.

Nick Cotric betting oddsNick Cotric
Born: 18/11/1998
Games: 93
Tries: 46
Position: Winger

The 2017 Rookie of the Year, Nick Cotric, is one of Canterbury’s big recruits as they look put a disappointing 2020 season behind. Having 46 tries in four seasons and making 126 tackle breaks last term, the Bulldogs will be expecting Cotric to make a big impact on the attacking line and help turn this team around.

Canterbury Bulldogs betting newsKyle Flanagan
Born: 15/9/1998
Games: 29
Tries: 5
Position: Halfback

Kyle Flanagan’s sole season with the Roosters can only be described as ‘interesting’. He started off with a bang and was leading the top point-scorer standings before Trent Robinson made the decision to drop him from the starting squad and then dropping him from the team at the end of the season. Flanagan managed 198 points, 11 try assists, and averaged 257 kicking metres for the season. We can only expect he will have a bit more freedom to play his own game this year in a rebuilding side with big ambitions.

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