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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 2018 when the Tricolours jumped a heavily fancied Melbourne Storm side in the NRL Grand Final to win their 15th premiership.

Can the Chooks go all the way to the big dance again? Let’s see how the odds are shaping up for 2019.

About the Sydney Roosters

Established: 1908
Home ground: Allianz Stadium
Coach: Trent Robinson
Captains: Boyd Cordner and Jake Friend
Premierships: 13 – 1911, 1912, 1913, 1923, 1935, 1936, 1937, 1940, 1945, 1974, 1975, 2002, 2013
2018 ladder finish: First (16-8)

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2019 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds
Feb $4.50 $1.15 $1.75 J Tedesco $11

Best Sydney Roosters bets for NRL 2018

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2018 Sydney Roosters draw

Sydney Roosters 2018 Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 Wests Tigers ANZ Stadium Saturday, March 10 4:30pm
2 Canterbury Bulldogs Allianz Stadium Friday, March 16 6pm
3 Newcastle Knights Allianz Stadium Sunday, March 25 6:30pm
4 New Zealand Warriors Allianz Stadium Saturday, March 31 5:30pm
5 Cronulla Sharks Southern Cross Stadium Friday, April 6 6pm
6 South Sydney Rabbitohs Allianz Stadium Thursday, April 12 7:50pm
7 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Thursday, April 19 7:50pm
8 St George Illawarra Dragons Allianz Stadium Wednesday, April 25 7pm
9 Manly Sea Eagles Allianz Stadium Sunday, May 6 4:10pm
10 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, May 12 3pm
11 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Friday, May 18 7:50pm
12 Gold Coast Titans Central Coast Stadium Saturday, May 26 3pm
13 Wests Tigers Allianz Stadium Sunday, June 3 4:10pm
14 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Saturday, June 9 5:30pm
15 Penrith Panthers Allianz Stadium Friday, June 15 7:50pm
16 Melbourne Storm Allianz Stadium Friday, June 29 7:50pm
17 BYE
18 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Sunday, July 15 6:30pm
19 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Sunday, July 22 4:10pm
20 St George Illawarra Dragons Allianz Stadium Sunday, July 28 4:10pm
21 North Queensland Cowboys Allianz Stadium Saturday, August 4 7:30pm
22 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Friday, August 10 7:50pm
23 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Sunday, August 17 4:10pm
24 Brisbane Broncos Allianz Stadium Saturday, August 25 7:30pm
25 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Saturday, September 1 7:30pm

Roosters players to watch in 2018

Queensland hero Cooper CronkCooper Cronk
Born: 5/12/1983
Games: 323
Tries: 92
Position: Halfback

Is this the move that will bring premiership glory back to the Eastern Suburbs? The Chooks shifted Mitchell Pearce to make space for 34-year-old Cronk, whose ratio of accolades to hot dinners stands at around 1:1. An injury-free run for the former Queensland star could be the difference between a good year and a great year at the Allianz.

NSW star James TedescoJames Tedesco
Born: 8/1/1993
Games: 90
Tries: 50
Position: Fullback

Cronk is not Sydney’s only big signing for 2018. Tedesco was outstanding in his final year at the Tigers and was among NSW’s best in State of Origin, setting the early pace with a MOTM display in game one. He arrives at the Allianz at the peak of his game and should make an immediate impact.

Sydney Roosters star Latrell MitchellLatrell Mitchell
Born: 16/6/1997
Games: 47
Tries: 29
Position: Winger

Mitchell endured a tough end to an otherwise excellent second season in the NRL. At only 20 years of age, he has already scored over 150 points by hand and foot. The Cronk-Keary halves pairing can only be good for the young winger’s development, while other list changes should see him take on more kicking duties.

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