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The Melbourne Storm head into the 2024 NRL season with two key questions to answer. Will their forward pack be able to improve on their performances as they continue to recover from losing the Bromwich brothers and Felise Kaufusi? And will Ryan Papenhuyzen remain fully fit for the entire season?

In what may be Craig Bellamy’s last season, can he bow out of the NRL coaching ranks with another premiership?

How will this new look from Storm Side play in the new season?

Let’s have a look at Storm’s NRL odds for 2024.

About the Melbourne Storm

Established: 1997
Home ground: AAMI Park
Coach: Craig Bellamy
Captains: Harry Grant
Premierships: Four – 1999, 2012, 2017, 2020
2023 ladder finish: Third (16-8) – Knocked out in Final Week 3

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Updated Melbourne Storm futures odds

2024 Premiership Make Top 4 Top Storm Tryscorer
Feb $11 $2.80 X. Coates $2.10
Mar $10 $2.60 X. Coates $2.10
Apr $6.50 $1.90 X. Coates $2.50
Jul $4.75 $1.03

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Melbourne Storm 2024 fixture

Melbourne Storm NRL fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (VIC)
1 Penrith Panthers AAMI Park, Melbourne Friday, March 8 8:05pm
2 New Zealand Warriors AAMI Park, Melbourne Saturday, March 16 7:35pm
3 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium, Newcastle Sunday, March 24 6:15pm
5 Brisbane Broncos AAMI Park, Melbourne Thursday, April 4 8:00pm
6 Canterbury Bulldogs AAMI Park, Melbourne Friday, April 12 6:00pm
7 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium, Sydney Thursday, April 18 7:50pm
8 South Sydney Rabbitohs AAMI Park, Melbourne Thursday, April 25 7:50pm
9 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium, Gold Coast Saturday, May 4 5:30pm
10 Cronulla Sharks AAMI Park, Melbourne Saturday, May 11 7:35pm
11 Parramatta Eels Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Sunday, May 19 4:05pm
12 Manly Sea Eagles 4 Pines Park, Sydney Friday, May 24 8:00pm
13 BYE
14 Newcastle Knights AAMI Park, Melbourne Sunday, June 9 2:00pm
15 New Zealand Warriors Go Media Stadium, Auckland Saturday, June 15 5:30pm
16 Dolphins Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Friday, June 21 8:00pm
17 Canberra Raiders AAMI Park, Melbourne Saturday, June 29 7:35pm
18 Wests Tigers Leichhardt Oval, Sydney Saturday, July 6 5:30pm
19 BYE
20 Sydney Roosters AAMI Park, Melbourne Saturday, July 20 7:35pm
21 Parramatta Eels CommBank Stadium, Sydney Friday, July 26 8:00pm
22 St George Illawarra Dragons AAMI Park, Melbourne Saturday, August 3 5:30pm
23 South Sydney Rabbitohs Accor Stadium, Sydney Thursday, August 8 7:50pm
24 Penrith Panthers BlueBet Stadium, Penrith Thursday, August 15 7:50pm
25 Dolphins AAMI Park, Melbourne Saturday, August 24 5:30pm
26 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium, Townsville Thursday, August 29 7:50pm
27 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Thursday, September 5 7:50pm

Storm players to watch in 2024

Ryan Papenhuyzen

Ryan Papenhuyzen

Born: 10/6/1998
Games: 72
Tries: 49
Position: Fullback

Ryan Papenhuyzen will be one of the most-watched players in the NRL in 2024 as he returns from a horrific run of injuries. In pre-season trials he has already shown great movement across the field, but he is yet to be tested in contact at a proper first-grade standard. Many will be hoping he remains injury-free, most of all Storm fans, who will be hoping he can play a key role in winning another premiership for the club.

Nick Meaney

Nick Meaney

Born: 10/9/1997
Games: 112
Tries: 45
Position: Centre

Nick Meaney is expected to shift into the centres this season, with Papenhuyzen returning from injury, to cover the loss of Justin Olam in the off-season. Meaney is an incredibly talented footballer and smart enough to make the correct decisions in defence. However, his biggest issue will be matching the physicality of a full first-grade season for the Storm in the centres.

Nelson Asofa-Solomona

Nelson Asofa-Solomona

Born: 29/2/1996
Games: 184
Tries: 30
Position: Prop

Nelson Asofa-Solomona will have an enormous role to play in this Storm forward pack in 2024. For years, he has been the impact player off the bench who can bend the defensive lane and get quick play-the-balls, allowing his halves and outside backs to play with freedom and speed. In 2024, he will need to continue this role for longer periods to compensate for the lack of damaging middle forwards at the club. Interestingly, he will also likely shift to the second row at points in the season to target smaller defenders in the halves. The high rate of success he has in this role will likely reflect in the number of wins Melbourne enjoy.

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