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What the hell happened to the Parramatta Eels last season?

The blue and gold started the year among the flag favourites, but a horror start saw them go six rounds without a win en route to the wooden spoon.

Back Parra and their young guns bounce back in 2019? Let’s look at the latest NRL odds for the Eels.

About the Parramatta Eels

Established: 1946
Home ground: ANZ Stadium
Coach: Brad Arthur
Captains: Tim Mannah and Beau Scott
Premierships: Four – 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986
2018 ladder finish: 16th (6-18)

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2018 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds Top Tryscorer Odds
Mar $13 $1.57 $3 C Norman – $21 B French – $13
Apr $26 $3.30 $15 M Moses – $51 B French – $67
May $151 $15 $51 C Norman – $501 B French – $81
Jun $251 $41 $201 C Norman – $501 B French – $151
Jul $251 $41 $201 C Norman – $501 B French – $151
Aug N/A N/A N/A C Norman – $501 N/A
Sep N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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2018 Parramatta Eels draw

Paramatta Eels Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Sunday, March 11 4:10pm
2 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Sunday, March 18 4:10pm
3 Cronulla Sharks ANZ Stadium Saturday, March 24 7:35pm
4 Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium Monday, April 2 4pm
5 Penrith Panthers ANZ Stadium Sunday, April 8 4:10pm
6 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Saturday, April 14 7:35pm
7 Manly Sea Eagles ANZ Stadium Sunday, April 22 2pm
8 Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium Sunday, April 29 4:10pm
9 Cronulla Sharks Southern Cross Stadium Saturday, May 5 7:35pm
10 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Friday, May 11 7:50pm
11 New Zealand Warriors ANZ Stadium Friday, May 18 6pm
12 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Thursday, May 24 7:50pm
13 Newcastle Knights ANZ Stadium Saturday, June 2 7:35pm
14 North Queensland Cowboys TIO Stadium Saturday, June 9 7:30pm
15 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Thursday, June 14 7:50pm
16 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Thursday, June 28 7:50pm
17 BYE
18 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, July 13 7:50pm
19 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Thursday, July 19 7:50pm
20 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Saturday, July 28 5:30pm
21 Gold Coast Titans ANZ Stadium Saturday, August 4 5:30pm
22 St George Illawarra Dragons ANZ Stadium Saturday, August 11 7:35pm
23 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Friday, August 17 7:50pm
24 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, August 24 7:50pm
25 Sydney Roosters ANZ Stadium Saturday, September 1 7:35pm

Eels players to watch in 2018

Eels hero Jarryd HayneJarryd Hayne
Born: 15/2/1988
Games: 199
Tries: 111
Position: Fullback, centre

The ‘Hayne Plane’ is back in Parra after short stints in the NFL, rugby sevens and the sporting quagmire that is the Gold Coast. He was the reigning Dally M Player of the Year when he left the Eels in 2014, but he returns amid a cloud of questions after a disappointing 2017. The early mail says Hayne will start the season in the centres, with Bevan French lining up at fullback.

Parramatta star Corey NormanCorey Norman
Born: 3/2/1991
Games: 147
Tries: 23
Position: Five-eighth

Is this the year Norman finally breaks through on the State of Origin stage? With both Cooper Cronk and Johnathan Thurston retiring from rep footy, their eternal understudy has never had a better opportunity to win a cap for Queensland. He just needs to keep doing what he’s been doing on the field and steer clear of bad ideas and influences off it.

NRL star Clint GuthersonClint Gutherson
Born: 9/9/1994
Games: 47
Tries: 20
Position: Fullback, wing, centre

Parra’s list is such that we could have reeled off five or six must-watch players, but Gutherson might be the most intriguing of the lot. Injury curtailed an outstanding 2017 campaign in which he emerged as one of the most exciting fullbacks in the NRL. His return could trigger a big reshuffle in the back row, where Hayne and French also have designs on the No.1 jersey.

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