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Despite being one of the youngest teams in the National Rugby League, the Melbourne Storm already rank among the most successful of the modern era. But for some well-documented salary cap breaches, the men in purple would have five premierships from 21 years of existence.

Melbourne were the standout team throughout the home-and-away season in 2019, finishing three games clear at the top of the table. That dominance was not replicated in the finals series, however, as the Sydney Roosters knocked them off in the prelims.

Will the Storm subside in 2020, or will Craig Bellamy’s charges be there or thereabouts once again? Let’s see what Australia’s best NRL bookies are saying.

About the Melbourne Storm

Established: 1997
Home ground: AAMI Park
Coach: Craig Bellamy
Captain: Cameron Smith
Premierships: Three – 1999, 2012, 2017
2019 ladder finish: First (20-4)

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Updated Melbourne Storm futures odds

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2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds
Jan $8 $1.25 $1.85 C Munster $15
Feb $8 $1.25 $1.85 C Munster $15
Mar $8.50 $1.25 $1.85 C Smith $14
Apr $4.75 $1.02 $1.16 C Munster $3.50
May $5 $1.01 $1.10 C Munster $4.50
Jun $5 $1.001 $1.05 C Munster $7
Jul $3.25 SUS SUS C Munster $5.50
Aug $3.20 SUS SUS C Smith $2.75
Sep $3.25 SUS SUS C Smith $4

Best Melbourne Storm bets for NRL 2019

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Melbourne Storm 2019 fixture

Melbourne Storm NRL fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (VIC)
1 Brisbane Broncos AAMI Park Thursday, March 14 7:50pm
2 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Friday, March 22 6pm
3 Penrith Panthers Carrington Park Saturday, March 30 7:35pm
4 Canterbury Bulldogs AAMI Park Sunday, April 7 4:05pm
5 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, April 12 7:55pm
6 Sydney Roosters AAMI Park Friday, April 19 7:55pm
7 New Zealand Warriors AAMI Park Thursday, April 25 7:50pm
8 Cronulla Sharks Shark Park Friday, May 3 7:55pm
9 Parramatta Eels Suncorp Stadium Saturday, May 11 7:35pm
10 Wests Tigers AAMI Park Thursday, May 16 7:50pm
11 Canterbury Bulldogs Belmore Oval Sunday, May 26 2pm
12 BYE
13 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, June 8 3pm
14 Newcastle Knights AAMI Park Saturday, June 15 3pm
15 Sydney Roosters Adelaide Oval Friday, June 28 7:55pm
16 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Thursday, July 4 7:50pm
17 Cronulla Sharks AAMI Park Saturday, July 13 7:35pm
18 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Sunday, July 21 2pm
19 Manly Sea Eagles AAMI Park Saturday, July 27 7:35pm
20 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Friday, August 2 7:55pm
21 South Sydney Rabbitohs Central Coast Stadium Sunday, August 11 4:05pm
22 Canberra Raiders AAMI Park Saturday, August 17 5:30pm
23 Gold Coast Titans AAMI Park Sunday, August 25 2pm
24 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Saturday, August 31 5:30pm
25 North Queensland Cowboys AAMI Park Friday, September 6 7:55pm

Storm players to watch in 2019

Cameron Munster NRL oddsCameron Munster
Born: 13/9/1994
Games: 90
Tries: 16
Position: Fullback, five-eighth

This guy is one of the reasons Melbourne will do OK without the ‘Big Three’. Munster’s versatility makes him a priceless asset for club, state and country, and there is a good chance he will take on Slater’s No.1 jersey in 2019. If he can keep it together off the field, the boy from Rockhampton should feature prominently on Dally M night.

Storm winger Josh Addo-CarrJosh-Addo Carr
Born: 28/7/1995
Games: 62
Tries: 47
Position: Winger

This guy was a decent player when he left Wests Tigers at the end of 2016. Now he is a certified star of the competition. Addo-Carr has turned out to be much, much more than a mere supporting act for Suliasi Vunivalu, to the point where opposition teams will have trouble identifying which is the more dangerous flank.

Melbourne Storm star Brodie CroftBrodie Croft
Born: 14/7/1997
Games: 18
Tries: 8
Position: Halfback

Croft was tagged as the one to watch in 2018, but he paid the price for a slow start and was in and out of the side all year. The young lad from Dalby has talent to burn – including a very impressive kicking game – and will be determined to make the No.7 jersey his own this season.

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