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Cronulla Sharks NRL

The near-misses of the nineties and the noughties, the supplements scandal that ruined their 2014 campaign, the long-awaited premiership breakthrough in 2016 – what a wave the Cronulla Sharks have ridden in recent years.

The boys from the Shire scraped into the finals in 2020, but they were a long way off the standard set by the likes of the Melbourne Storm and Penrith Panthers.

Let’s see how the bookies rate Cronulla’s chances in the 2021 NRL Premiership betting.

About the Cronulla Sharks

Established: 1963
Home ground: Shark Park
Coach: Josh Hannay (interim)
Captain: Wade Graham
Premierships: One – 2016
2020 ladder finish: Eighth (10-10)

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Updated Cronulla Sharks futures odds

2021 Premiership Make Grand Final Make Top 8
Feb $34 $13 $3.25
Mar $34 $13 $3.25
Apr $67 $26 $3.50
May $101 $41 $5.50
Jun $81 $34 $6
Jul $101 $31 $2
Aug $151 $26 $2.75
Sep $101 $34 $1.85

Best Cronulla Sharks bets for NRL 2021

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

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2021 Cronulla Sharks draw

Cronulla Sharks 2020 fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 St. George Illawarra Dragons Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Sunday, March 14 5:15pm
2 Canberra Raiders Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Sunday, March 21 6:35pm
3 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Saturday, March 27 6:35pm
4 North Queensland Cowboys/td>

Sunshine Coast Stadium Saturday, April 3 4:30pm
5 Sydney Roosters Central Coast Stadium Saturday, April 10 7:35pm
6 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, April 16 6:00pm
7 Canterbury Bulldogs Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Saturday, April 24 5:30pm
8 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Friday, April 30 6:00pm
9 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Friday, May 7 6:00pm
10 South Sydney Rabitohs Suncorp Stadium Saturday, May 15 5:30pm
11 St. George Illawarra Dragons Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Friday, May 21 7:55pm
12 Gold Coast Titans C.ex Coffs International Stadium Sunday, May 30 2:00pm
13 BYE
14 Penrith Panthers Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Friday, June 11 7:55pm
15 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Friday, June 18 6:00pm
16 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Sunday, July 4 2:00pm
17 New Zealand Warriors Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Sunday, July 11 4:05pm
18 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Saturday, July 17 3:00pm
19 Canterbury Bulldogs Bankwest Stadium Sunday, July 25 4:05pm
20 Manly Sea Eagles Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Sunday, August 1 4:05pm
21 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, August 7 2:00pm
22 Newcastle Knights Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Sunday, August 15 4:05pm
23 West Tigers Scully Park Saturday, August 21 3:00pm
24 Brisbane Broncos Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Saturday, August 28 5:30pm
25 Melbourne Storm Netstrata Jubilee Stadium Friday, September 3 6:00pm

Cronulla Sharks players to watch in 2021

NRL Try Scorer Sione katoaSione Katoa
Born: 21/8/1997
Games: 35
Tries: 23
Position: Winger

Sione Katoa being our Top Tryscorer bet for the sharks shows you he is one to watch this season. Katoa started with the sharks in 2018 however didn’t play his first full season until last year breakout season. Sione scored 16 tries in 19 games with 81 tackle breaks and 17 line breaks last year. All sharks fans will be expecting the same effort from him this year which we believe he will step up to the plate and go even further this year.

Blayke Brailey NRL bettingBlayke Brailey
Born: 23/9/1998
Games: 35
Tries: 6
Position: Hooker

Blayke Brailey was chosen to be part of the Sharks development program at the age 13 and finally made the number nine jersey his very own once brother Jayden opted to join the knights ahead of the 2020 season. Brailey has also been be chosen for the NSW pathways squad for this season. With very few changes for the Sharks squad this season we belive that Blayke will build on last years performance and be one to watch.

Briton Nikora NRL bettingBriton Nikora
Born: 7/12/1997
Games: 40
Tries: 13
Position: 2nd Row

Backrower Briton Nikora made his footprint into the NRL in 2019. In his first year of NRL he played 24 of 26 games and showed what he was capable of. Scoring 6 tries in 16 appearances Briton works perfectly on the right side of the halves. With not only his offence being strong he is one of the key players on the defence line with an 89% tackle efficiency.

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