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Sydney Roosters NRL Odds

With more than 100 years of history behind them, the Sydney Roosters are one of the powerhouse teams of the National Rugby League.

That legacy was underlined in 2019 when the Tricolours edged out a determined Canberra Raiders side to become the first team of the NRL era to win back-to-back premierships.

They missed out last year, but can the Chooks go all the way to the big dance again in 2021? Let’s see how the latest NRL betting odds are shaping up.

About the Sydney Roosters

Established: 1908
Home ground: Allianz Stadium
Coach: Trent Robinson
Captains: Boyd Cordner, Jake Friend
Premierships: 15 – 1911, 1912, 1913, 1923, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1940, 1945, 1974, 1975, 2002, 2013, 2018, 2019
2020 ladder finish: Fourth (14-6)

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Updated Sydney Roosters futures odds

2021 Premiership Make Top 4 Top Tryscorer
Feb $6 $1.75 B Morris $23
Mar $6 $1.75 B Morris $23
Apr $10 $2.30 B Morris $2.70
May $9 $2.30
Jun $13 $2.35 D Tupou $67
Jul $19 $6 D Tupou $151
Aug $23
Sep $51 $26

Best Sydney Roosters bets for NRL 2021

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

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2021 Sydney Roosters draw

Sydney Roosters NRL Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 Manly Sea Eagles Sydney Cricket Ground Saturday, March 13 5:30pm
2 Wests Tigers Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, March 21 4:05pm
3 South Sydney Rabbitohs Stadium Australia Friday, March 26 8:05pm
4 New Zealand Warriors Sydney Cricket Ground Sunday, April 4 6:15pm
5 Cronulla Sharks Central Coast Stadium Saturday, April 10 7:35pm
6 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Friday, April 16 7:55pm
7 St George Illawarra Dragons Sydney Cricket Ground Sunday, April 25 4:05pm
8 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, May 1 7:35pm
9 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Friday, May 7 7:55pm
10 North Queensland Cowboys Suncorp Stadium Saturday, March 15 7:45pm
11 Brisbane Broncos Sydney Cricket Ground Saturday, May 22 5:30pm
12 Canberra Raiders HBF Park Saturday, May 29 7:35pm
13 BYE
14 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Saturday, June 12 3pm
15 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Friday, June 18 7:55pm
16 Melbourne Storm Sydney Cricket Ground Thursday, July 1 7:50pm
17 Canterbury Bulldogs Bankwest Stadium Saturday, July 10 7:35pm
18 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Saturday, July 17 5:30pm
19 Newcastle Knights Sydney Cricket Ground Friday, July 23 6pm
20 Parramatta Eels Sydney Cricket Ground Thursday, July 29 7:50pm
21 Penrith Panthers Sydney Cricket Ground Saturday, August 7 5:30pm
22 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Friday, August 13 7:55pm
23 St George Illawarra Dragons Jubilee Stadium Sunday, August 22 2pm
24 South Sydney Rabbitohs Sydney Cricket Ground Friday, August 27 7:55pm
25 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Thursday, September 2 7:50pm

Roosters players to watch in 2021

NSW star James TedescoJames Tedesco
Born: 8/1/1993
Games: 158
Tries: 88
Position: Fullback

Coming off a monster 2019 in which he won the Dally M Medal, Wally Lewis Medal and Brad Fittler Medal, it is perhaps unsurprising that James Tedesco failed to reach those heights last season. However, the NSW fullback is a bonafide superstar and will be central to Sydney’s prospects this season.

Angus Crichton NRL bettingAngus Crichton
Born: 5/2/1996
Games: 96
Tries: 18
Position: Second row

Angus Crichton has given the Roosters plenty of flexibility with his ability to take on various roles and make an impact from the bench, but he played the bulk of last season as a starter on the second row. Can he take his game to the next level in 2021?

Lachlan Lam NRL bettingLachlan Lam
Born: 25/3/1998
Games: 11
Tries: 0
Position: Five-eighth

With Kyle Flanagan dumped after just one season and Luke Keary now moving into the halfback role, it appears that Lachlan Lam will get first crack at the no.6 jersey this year. Drew Hutchison and Sam Walker are waiting in the wings, so the pressure will be on from round one.

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