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Alongside the Roosters, the South Sydney Rabbitohs are one of only two NSWRL foundation clubs that still play in the top grade of Australian rugby league. They are also the oldest, having sprung into existence a week before their Eastern Suburbs rivals.

It was only a few years ago that South Sydney were on top of the world after breaking a decades-long premiership drought. Now, with Wayne Bennett at the helm, the Bunnies have grand plans after consecutive top-four finishes.

Will the green and red represent again in September? Let’s check out the odds for the 2020 NRL season.

About the South Sydney Rabbitohs

Established: 1908
Home ground: ANZ Stadium
Coach: Wayne Bennett
Captains: Adam Reynolds, Cody Walker
Premierships: 21 – 1908, 1909, 1914, 1918, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1971, 2014
2019 ladder finish: Third (16-8)

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Updated Rabbitohs futures odds

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Mar $11 $1.50 $2.75
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2020 South Sydney Rabbitohs draw

Rabbitohs NRL Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 Cronulla Sharks ANZ Stadium Saturday, March 14 5:30pm
2 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Friday, March 20 8:05pm
3 Sydney Roosters ANZ Stadium Friday, March 27 8:05pm
4 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Thursday, April 2 8:05pm
5 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Friday, April 10 4:05pm
6 St George Illawarra Dragons ANZ Stadium Sunday, April 19 2:05pm
7 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Sunday, April 26 2:05
8 Newcastle Knights Suncorp Stadium Saturday, May 2 3pm
9 Brisbane Broncos ANZ Stadium Thursday, May 7 7:50pm
10 Wests Tigers Leichhardt Oval Sunday, May 17 4:05pm
11 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Friday, May 22 7:55pm
12 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, May 30 7:55pm
13 Manly Sea Eagles ANZ Stadium Saturday, June 6 5:30pm
14 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Saturday, June 13 7:35pm
15 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Saturday, June 27 5:30pm
16 BYE
17 Wests Tigers Bankwest Stadium Saturday, July 11 7:35pm
18 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Thursday, July 16 7:50pm
19 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Thursday, July 23 7:50pm
20 Melbourne Storm Bankwest Stadium Thursday, July 30 7:50pm
21 Central Coast Mariners Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, August 8 3pm
22 New Zealand Warriors Sunshine Coast Stadium Saturday, August 13 3pm
23 Canberra Raiders Central Coast Stadium Saturday, August 22 5:30pm
24 Sydney Roosters Sydney Cricket Ground Friday, August 28 7:55pm
25 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Thursday, September 3 7:50pm

Rabbitohs players to watch in 2020

Cameron Murray NRL bettingCameron Murray
Born: 16/1/1998
Games: 60
Tries: 15
Position: Lock

Once thought undersized for the big leagues, Murray is now one of the premier locks in the NRL. Another big season for the Bunnies might see the 22-year-old challenge for a starting guernsey in this year’s State of Origin series.


Rabbitohs star Alex JohnstonAlex Johnston
Born: 14/1/1995
Games: 123
Tries: 83
Position: Fullback, winger

Two lengthy spells on the sidelines saw Johnston lose the no.1 jersey to Adam Doueihi last season. While AJ is prolific from the wings, it is worth noting Souths lost only two of 10 games when he lined up at fullback in 2019.


Queensland Origin star Dane GagaiDane Gagai
Born: 3/1/1991
Games: 184
Tries: 47
Position: Centre, winger

Gagai is a first-class footballer who brings great flexibility to South Sydney’s back half. The Maroons star spent plenty of time at both wing and centre last season, so it will be interesting to see where he starts in 2020.

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