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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.

With club legend Paul Gallen hanging up the boots in 2019, the boys from the Shire now enter a new era as they look to improve on last year’s seventh-place finish.

Let’s see how the bookies rate Cronulla’s chances in the 2020 NRL Premiership betting.

About the Cronulla Sharks

Established: 1963
Home ground: Shark Park
Coach: John Morris
Captain: Wade Graham
Premierships: One – 2016
2019 ladder finish: Seventh (12-12)

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Updated Cronulla Sharks futures odds

2020 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds
Feb $19 $1.90 $4.25
Mar $23 $2 $4.50

Best Cronulla Sharks bets for NRL 2020

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2020 Cronulla Sharks draw

Cronulla Sharks 2020 fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Saturday, March 14 5:30pm
2 Melbourne Storm Jubilee Stadium Saturday, March 21 7:35pm
3 Newcastle Knights Jubilee Stadium Saturday, March 28 3pm
4 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Saturday, April 4 5:30pm
5 Sydney Roosters Jubilee Stadium Saturday, April 11 7:35pm
6 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Friday, April 17 7:55pm
7 Manly Sea Eagles Jubilee Stadium Thursday, April 23 7:50pm
8 Wests Tigers Suncorp Stadium Friday, May 1 6pm
9 Penrith Panthers Carrington Park Sunday, May 10 2:05pm
10 North Queensland Cowboys Sunshine Coast Stadium Saturday, May 16 5:30pm
11 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, May 24 2:05pm
12 BYE
13 Gold Coast Titans Jubilee Stadium Friday, June 5 7:55pm
14 St George Illawarra Dragons Jubilee Stadium Sunday, June 14 4:05pm
15 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Saturday, June 27 7:35pm
16 Canberra Raiders Jubilee Stadium Sunday, July 5 4:05pm
17 Penrith Panthers Jubilee Stadium Friday, July 10 6pm
18 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Sunday, July 19 2:05pm
19 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Friday, July 24 7:55pm
20 Wests Tigers Jubilee Stadium Sunday, August 2 2:05pm
21 Canterbury Bulldogs Jubilee Stadium Friday, August 7 6pm
22 Sydney Roosters Sydney Cricket Ground Friday, August 14 6pm
23 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Thursday, August 20 7:50pm
24 St George Illawarra Dragons Jubilee Stadium Thursday, August 27 7:50pm
25 New Zealand Warriors Jubilee Stadium Saturday, September 5 3pm

Cronulla Sharks players to watch in 2020

NRL star Shaun JohnsonShaun Johnson
Born: 9/9/1990
Games: 180
Tries: 66
Position: Halfback

The word from the Shire is that Johnson’s troublesome back is feeling as good as ever leading into his second season at Cronulla. The Sharks are a different team with this guy running the show.

Bronson Xerri NRL bettingBronson Xerri
Born: 10/9/2000
Games: 22
Tries: 13
Position: Centre

Xerri was enormous in his rookie year, scoring 13 tries from the centres. If he picks up where he left off last season, the 19-year-old might come into the equation for NSW’s State of Origin squad.

Aaron Woods NRL bettingAaron Woods
Born: 13/3/1991
Games: 188
Tries: 14
Position: Prop

Two years ago, this guy was one of the most sought-after forwards in the NRL. Now, the former Wests Tigers captain is no guarantee to start. With Paul Gallen gone, the Sharks need experienced players like Woods to step up.

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