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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 hopping into the top four last year.

Will the green and red represent again in September? Let’s check out the odds for the 2019 NRL season.

About the South Sydney Rabbitohs

Established: 1908
Home ground: ANZ Stadium
Coach: Wayne Bennett
Captain: Greg Inglis
Premierships: 21 – 1908, 1909, 1914, 1918, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1931, 1932, 1950, 1951, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1967, 1968, 1970, 1971, 2014
2018 ladder finish: Third (16-8)

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Best South Sydney Rabbitohs bets for NRL 2018

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2018 South Sydney Rabbitohs draw

Rabbitohs 2018 Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 New Zealand Warriors Optus Stadium Saturday, March 10 7pm
2 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Saturday, March 17 5:30pm
3 Manly Sea Eagles ANZ Stadium Saturday, March 24 5:30pm
4 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Friday, March 30 4:10pm
5 St George Illawarra Dragons Jubilee Oval Friday, April 6 7:50pm
6 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium Thursday, April 12 7:50pm
7 Canberra Raiders Central Coast Stadium Saturday, April 21 3pm
8 Brisbane Broncos ANZ Stadium Thursday, April 26 7:50pm
9 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, May 4 6pm
10 St George Illawarra Dragons ANZ Stadium Sunday, May 13 2pm
11 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Saturday, May 19 5:30pm
12 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, May 26 5:30pm
13 Cronulla Sharks ANZ Stadium Friday, June 1 7:50pm
14 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Friday, June 8 7:50pm
15 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Thursday, June 14 7:50pm
16 North Queensland Cowboys Barlow Park Sunday, July 1 4:10pm
17 BYE
18 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Saturday, July 14 3:30pm
19 Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium Saturday, July 21 5:30pm
20 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Saturday, July 28 5:30pm
21 Melbourne Storm ANZ Stadium Friday, August 3 7:50pm
22 Sydney Roosters ANZ Stadium Friday, August 10 7:50pm
23 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Thursday, August 16 7:50pm
24 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Saturday, August 25 3pm
25 Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium Thursday, August 31 7:50pm

Rabbitohs players to watch in 2018

Rabbitohs star Greg InglisGreg Inglis
Born: 15/1/1987
Games: 242
Tries: 139
Position: Centre

There is no substitute for a fit and firing Greg Inglis. Few players can impact a game quite like he does on a regular basis. Word on the street is that the 10-time State of Origin winner will return to the centres this year as the new coach looks to shake up an attack that has gone stale over the past few years.

Rabbitohs star Alex JohnstonAlex Johnston
Born: 14/1/1995
Games: 84
Tries: 71
Position: Fullback

If the aforementioned whispers about Inglis are true, Johnston will start the season as South Sydney’s first-choice fullback. He has been groomed for this role since day one and showed last year that he can find the line from just about anywhere on the park. NSW Origin selectors should pay close attention.

Queensland Origin star Dane GagaiDane Gagai
Born: 3/1/1991
Games: 135
Tries: 33
Position: Centre

Gagai adds great quality and versatility to a Bunnies side that was often too rigid under Maguire’s rule. The Queenslander has spent plenty of time at fullback and won last year’s Wally Lewis Medal from the wing, but it is expected he will join Inglis in a classy, new-look centre pairing.

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