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Are the Penrith Panthers the real deal?

After two years in the lower half of the eight, people are expecting to see further improvement from the western suburbs club in 2019.

Will Penrith lift again with Ivan Cleary back at the helm? Let’s see how the NRL outright betting markets are shaping up at the bookies.

About the Penrith Panthers

Established: 1966
Home ground: Panthers Stadium
Coach: Ivan Cleary
Captain: James Maloney
Premierships: Two – 1991, 2003
2018 ladder finish: Fifth (15-9)

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2018 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds Top Tryscorer Odds
Mar $15 $1.55 $3 N Cleary – $21 J Mansour – $26
Apr $10 $1.16 $1.80 J Maloney – $13 W Blake – $67
May $8 $1.12 $1.80 J Maloney – $8 W Blake – $101
Jun $5.50 $1.05 $1.50 J Maloney – $6 D W-Zelezniak – $126
Jul $5.50 $1.05 $1.50 J Maloney – $6 D W-Zelezniak – $126
Aug $10 $1.01 $4.50 J Maloney – $15 N/A
Sep $21 N/A N/A J Maloney – $67 N/A

Best Penrith Panthers bets for NRL 2018

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2018 Penrith Panthers NRL draw

Penrith Panthers Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 Parramatta Eels Panthers Stadium Sunday, March 11 4:10pm
2 South Sydney Rabbitohs Panthers Stadium Saturday, March 17 5:30pm
3 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Friday, March 23 6pm
4 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Thursday, March 29 8:05pm
5 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Sunday, April 8 4:10pm
6 Gold Coast Titans Panthers Stadium Sunday, April 15 2pm
7 Cronulla Sharks Southern Cross Stadium Sunday, April 22 4:10pm
8 Canterbury Bulldogs Panthers Stadium Friday, April 27 7:50pm
9 North Queensland Cowboys Carrington Park Friday, May 4 7:50pm
10 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, May 11 6pm
11 Wests Tigers Panthers Stadium Thursday, May 17 7:50pm
12 St George Illawarra Dragons Panthers Stadium Saturday, May 26 7:35pm
13 BYE
14 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Friday, June 8 6pm
15 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium Friday, June 15 7:50pm
16 Manly Sea Eagles Panthers Stadium Saturday, June 30 3pm
17 New Zealand Warriors Panthers Stadium Friday, July 6 7:50pm
18 Cronulla Sharks Panthers Stadium Friday, July 13 6pm
19 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Friday, July 20 7:50pm
20 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Saturday, July 27 3pm
21 Canberra Raiders Panthers Stadium Sunday, August 5 4:10pm
22 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, August 11 3pm
23 Newcastle Knights Panthers Stadium Saturday, August 18 3pm
24 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Friday, August 24 6pm
25 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Friday, August 31 7:50pm

Panthers players to watch in 2018

Panthers NRL star Nathan ClearyNathan Cleary
Born: 14/11/1997
Games: 41
Points: 346
Position: Halfback

Cleary has played only two years of first-grade footy, but already he is a bone fide star of the competition. Last season, at the ripe old age of 19 years, he rammed home 228 points to become the youngest player since 1913 to top the overall point-scoring tables. Expect more of the same in 2018 and beyond.

NSW Origin star James MaloneyJames Maloney
Born: 15/6/1986
Games: 205
Tries: 58
Position: Five-eighth

This is the other half of the trade deal that sent Matty Moylan to the Shire. Nobody can doubt Maloney’s credentials after 200-odd games across four clubs, but are his best years behind him? One way or another, the 31-year-old NSW rep has a big role to play as Cleary’s partner and mentor in the Penrith engine room.

Panthers fullback Dylan EdwardsDylan Edwards
Born: 10/1/1996
Games: 17
Tries: 2
Position: Fullback

Edwards starts the season as Penrith’s first-choice fullback after making the role his own in 2017. Can he step up again and lift the Panthers backs to new heights? The answer to that question will be key in determining whether or not the club can match (or better) last year’s run to the semis.

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