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The Newcastle Knights have fallen on hard times since their stunning exploits in the early years of the NRL.

Finals were on the cards for much of the 2019 campaign, but the Knights lost the plot late in the year and wound up down in 11th place.

Can Newcastle crack into the top eight in 2020? Let’s see where they sit with the bookies in the latest NRL outright betting markets.

About the Newcastle Knights

Established: 1987
Home ground: McDonald Jones Stadium
Coach: Adam O’Brien
Captain: Mitchell Pearce
Premierships: Two – 1997, 2001
2019 ladder finish: 11th (10-14)

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Updated Newcastle Knights futures odds

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Mar $26 $2.20 $5.50
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Best Newcastle Knights bets for NRL 2020

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

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2020 Newcastle Knights draw

Newcastle Knights NRL fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 New Zealand Warriors McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, March 14 3pm
2 Wests Tigers Leichhardt Oval Sunday, March 22 4:05pm
3 Cronulla Sharks Jubilee Stadium Saturday, March 28 3pm
4 North Queensland Cowboys McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, April 3 6pm
5 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Thursday, April 9 7:50pm
6 Canberra Raiders McDonalds Park Saturday, April 18 3pm
7 Penrith Panthers McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, April 26 4:05pm
8 South Sydney Rabbitohs Suncorp Stadium Saturday, May 2 3pm
9 St George Illawarra Dragons McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, May 9 3pm
10 Sydney Roosters Sydney Cricket Ground Thursday, May 14 7:50pm
11 Cronulla Sharks McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, May 24 2:05pm
12 South Sydney Rabbitohs McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, May 30 7:35pm
13 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Sunday, June 7 2:05pm
14 Melbourne Storm McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, June 13 5:30pm
15 Gold Coast Titans McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, June 28 2:05pm
16 BYE
17 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Sunday, July 12 6:15pm
18 Brisbane Broncos McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, July 19 4:05pm
19 Wests Tigers McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, July 26 4:05pm
20 Canterbury Bulldogs Bankwest Stadium Saturday, August 1 5:30pm
21 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Sunday, August 9 2:05pm
22 Manly Sea Eagles McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, August 15 5:30pm
23 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Saturday, August 22 7:35pm
24 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Friday, August 28 6pm
25 Canterbury Bulldogs McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, September 6 2:05pm

Knights players to watch in 2020

Newcastle Knights star Kalyn PongaKalyn Ponga
Born: 30/3/1998
Games: 49
Tries: 20
Position: Fullback

Ponga could play anywhere in the back half, but his influence from fullback was highlighted last year when he scored 11 tries in the space of 12 starts. A full campaign from the WA-born star will put the Knights right in the mix for finals.


NRL star Mitchell PearceMitchell Pearce
Born: 7/4/1989
Games: 277
Tries: 72
Position: Halfback

It was not Pearce’s fault that Newcastle fell short of the mark last season. The 30-year-old halfback was excellent in his second campaign with the Knights and earned a well-deserved recall to NSW’s State of Origin squad.


Knights recruit Tautau MogaTautau Moga
Born: 6/12/1993
Games: 69
Tries: 23
Position: Centre

Moga’s first two years at McDonald Jones Stadium were nothing short of disastrous. With Jesse Ramien gone, Newcastle need their journeyman centre to step up and stay out of trouble.

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