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Manly Sea Eagles NRL odds
After a dreadful 2018 campaign, the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles found a new spark under Des Hasler and finished the following year in the final eight.

Can they improve again and push for a place in the top four? Let’s have a look at Manly’s NRL odds for 2020.

About the Manly Sea Eagles

Established: 1946
Home ground: Lottoland
Coach: Des Hasler
Captain: Daly Cherry-Evans
Premierships: Eight – 1972, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1987, 1996, 2008, 2011
2019 ladder finish: Sixth (14-10)

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Updated Manly Sea Eagles futures odds

Top NRL odds for Manly-Warringah come courtesy of Sportsbet, where new customers can take advantage of one of the most comprehensive suites of Manly Sea Eagles odds.

2020 Premiership Make Finals Wooden Spoon Dally M Odds
Feb $13 $1.60 $3.25
Mar $13 $1.60 $3

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2020 Manly Sea Eagles draw

Manly Sea Eagles Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 Melbourne Storm Lottoland Sunday, March 15 4:05pm
2 Sydney Roosters Central Coast Stadium Saturday, March 21 5:30pm
3 New Zealand Warriors Lottoland Friday, March 27 6pm
4 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Friday, April 3 8:05pm
5 Newcastle Knights Lottoland Thursday, April 9 7:50pm
6 Gold Coast Titans Lottoland Friday, April 17 6pm
7 Cronulla Sharks Jubilee Stadium Thursday, April 23 7:50pm
8 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium* Friday, May 1 8:05pm
9 Parramatta Eels Lottoland Sunday, May 10 4:05pm
10 Canterbury Bulldogs Belmore Sports Ground Friday, May 15 6pm
11 Wests Tigers Central Coast Stadium Saturday, May 23 5:30pm
12 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Sunday, May 31 4:05pm
13 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Saturday, June 6 5:30pm
14 Canterbury Bulldogs Lottoland Saturday, June 13 3pm
15 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Friday, June 26 6pm
16 BYE
17 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Sunday, July 12 4:05pm
18 Cronulla Sharks Lottoland Sunday, July 19 2:05pm
19 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Saturday, July 25 7:35pm
20 Sydney Roosters Lottoland Sunday, August 2 4:05pm
21 Canberra Raiders Lottoland Saturday, August 8 7:35pm
22 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, August 15 5:30pm
23 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Friday, August 21 6pm
24 Penrith Panthers Lottoland Sunday, August 30 4:05pm
25 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, September 5 5:30pm

*Manly Sea Eagles home game

Sea Eagles players to watch in 2020

Manly skipper Daly Cherry-EvansDaly Cherry-Evans
Born: 20/2/1989
Games: 217
Tries: 57
Position: Halfback

It is hard to see Manly mounting any sort of finals charge if their skipper has an ordinary year. DCE is one of the best playmakers in the competition and will be sorely missed when he heads off to captain Queensland in the 2020 State of Origin series.

Sea Eagles star Tom TrbojevicTom Trbojevic
Born: 2/10/1996
Games: 89
Tries: 44
Position: Fullback

Trbojevic the younger is the driving force in Manly’s back row. That fact was highlighted last year when the Sea Eagles won 10 of the 12 games in which he played and lost eight of the 13 he missed. If Tommy stays fit, this team will do just fine.

Manly NRL star Jake TrbojevicJake Trbojevic
Born: 18/2/1994
Games: 94
Tries: 23
Position: Lock

Andrew Johns had this to say after one of Manly’s trial games in 2018: “Jake’s timing of his pass and his understanding of when to pass is as good as any halfback in the game.” The elder of the Trbojevic brothers is every bit as valuable as his younger sibling and his skipper.

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