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New Zealand Warriors NRL

The New Zealand Warriors became everybody’s second-favourite NRL team in 2020 and weren’t far off reaching the finals despite spending a majority of the season outside of their home country.

The club made some tough calls over the course of the campaign, including the decision to axe Stephen Kearney and appoint Nathan Brown as head coach for 2021.

Can the Warriors improve again and push for a place in the top eight? Let’s see what Australia’s best NRL betting sites have to say.

About the New Zealand Warriors

Established: 1995
Home ground: Mt Smart Stadium
Coach: Nathan Brown
Captain: Roger Tuivasa-Sheck
Premierships: None
2020 ladder finish: 10th (8-12)

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Updated NZ Warriors futures odds

2020 Premiership Make Finals Wooden Spoon Dally M Odds
Feb $34 $3.25 $7.50
Mar $41 $3.50 $6
Apr SUS SUS SUS SUS
May $101 $6.50 SUS SUS
Jun $151 $11 $6 SUS
Jul $501 $21 $4 SUS
Aug $501 $51 $11 SUS
Sep $401 $17 SUS SUS

Best NZ Warriors bets for NRL 2020

There are dozens of NRL futures markets for the Warriors, but where are they likely to return some real value?

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NZ Warriors players to watch in 2020

NRL star David Fusitu'aDavid Fusitu’a
Born: 16/10/1994
Games: 96
Tries: 60
Position: Winger

‘Fus’ was the competition’s deadliest attacker in 2018, topping the charts with 23 tries from as many games. He managed only five tries in 2019, so Warriors fans will hope to see the dashing winger back to his best this season.


NZ star Tohu HarrisTohu Harris
Born: 7/1/1992
Games: 147
Tries: 22
Position: Second row

A broken foot kept Harris out for the back half of the 2019 campaign, so he will be eager to make an impact from the start this year. The former Melbourne Storm star adds great experience and quality to NZ’s second row.


NRL star Roger Tuivasa-SheckRoger Tuivasa-Sheck
Born: 5/6/1993
Games: 160
Tries: 49
Position: Fullback

Few players are as important to their team as the 2019 Dally M Medal winner. If RTS has a down year or cops an injury, it is hard to see the Warriors going anywhere near the finals this season.

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