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Manly Sea Eagles NRL odds
Manly-Warringah’s 2018 NRL campaign was dogged from the off, with the club copping hefty fines for salary cap breaches dating back over five years.

Many in the rugby league community felt the Sea Eagles were lucky to avoid a points deduction, but it mattered little as they finished only a game clear of the wooden spoon.

Can mighty Manly bounce back this year? Let’s have a look at their odds for NRL 2019.

About the Manly Sea Eagles

Established: 1946
Home ground: Lottoland
Coach: Trent Barrett
Captain: Daly Cherry-Evans
Premierships: Eight – 1972, 1973, 1976, 1978, 1987, 1996, 2008, 2011
2018 ladder finish: 15th (7-17)

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2018 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds Top Tryscorer Odds
Mar $26 $2 $4.50 D Cherry-Evans – $15 T Trbojevic – $26
Apr $101 $4.50 $17 D Cherry-Evans – $34 T Trbojevic – $67
May $34 $3.25 $11 J Trbojevic – $41 T Trbojevic – $151
Jun $81 $6 $34 J Trbojevic – $51 T Trbojevic – $151
Jul $81 $6 $34 J Trbojevic – $51 T Trbojevic – $151
Aug N/A N/A N/A J Trbojevic – $151 N/A
Sep N/A N/A N/A T Trbojevic – $101 N/A

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2018 Manly Sea Eagles draw

Manly Sea Eagles Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, March 9 6pm
2 Parramatta Eels Lottoland Sunday, March 18 4:10pm
3 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Saturday, March 24 5:30pm
4 Canberra Raiders Lottoland Saturday, March 31 7:35pm
5 Gold Coast Titans Marley Brown Oval Sunday, April 8 2pm
6 Wests Tigers Lottoland Sunday, April 15 4:10pm
7 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Sunday, April 22 2pm
8 Newcastle Knights Lottoland Friday, April 27 6pm
9 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium Sunday, May 6 4:10pm
10 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Saturday, May 12 7:35pm
11 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Saturday, May 19 7:35pm
12 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Friday, May 25 6pm
13 North Queensland Cowboys Lottoland Thursday, May 31 7:50pm
14 New Zealand Warriors AMI Stadium Saturday, June 9 3pm
15 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Saturday, June 16 5:30pm
16 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Saturday, June 30 3pm
17 BYE
18 Melbourne Storm Lottoland Saturday, July 14 5:30pm
19 Sydney Roosters Lottoland Sunday, July 22 4:10pm
20 Penrith Panthers Lottoland Saturday, July 27 3pm
21 Cronulla Sharks Southern Cross Stadium Sunday, August 5 2pm
22 Canterbury Bulldogs Lottoland Saturday, August 11 5:30pm
23 Gold Coast Titans Lottoland Friday, August 17 6pm
24 Wests Tigers Campbelltown Stadium Thursday, August 23 7:50pm
25 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Sunday, September 2 4:10pm

Sea Eagles players to watch in 2018

Manly skipper Daly Cherry-EvansDaly Cherry-Evans
Born: 20/2/1989
Games: 172
Tries: 45
Position: Halfback

This is a big year for Cherry-Evans. Apart from taking on the captaincy, the Redcliffe-born playmaker has a huge opportunity to reignite his State of Origin career now that both Cooper Cronk and Johnathan Thurston have retired from representative footy. A healthy, happy DCE is vital to Manly’s prospects in 2018.

Sea Eagles star Tom TrbojevicTom Trbojevic
Born: 2/10/1996
Games: 55
Tries: 30
Position: Fullback

Trbojevic the younger is the driving force in Manly’s back row. Whether at fullback or on either flank, his long stride and clean hands make him tough to defend when the service is there. He will be looking forward to a big season after missing a significant chunk of 2017 with a medial ligament injury.

Manly NRL star Jake TrbojevicJake Trbojevic
Born: 18/2/1994
Games: 71
Tries: 16
Position: Lock

Andrew Johns had this to say after one of Manly’s trial games: “Jake’s timing of his pass and his understanding of when to pass is as good as any halfback in the game.” There is a case for saying the elder of the ‘Turbo Bros’ is every bit as important as Cherry-Evans, who benefits hugely from his star lock’s marshalling of the forwards.

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