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Wests Tigers NRL

Wests Tigers were much improved in 2018, winning 12 games to finish as the best of the eight teams that missed finals.

Can the Pie-gers edge their way into the top eight this time around? Let’s have a look at the latest odds for NRL 2019.

About the Wests Tigers

Established: 1999
Home grounds: Campbelltown Stadium, Leichhardt Oval, ANZ Stadium
Coach: Ivan Cleary
Captains: Benji Marshall, Josh Reynolds, Elijah Taylor, Chris Lawrence, Russell Packer
Premierships: One – 2005
2018 ladder finish: Ninth (12-12)

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Best Wests Tigers bets for NRL 2018

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2018 Wests Tigers draw

West Tigers 2018 Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (AEST)
1 Sydney Roosters ANZ Stadium Saturday, March 10 4:30pm
2 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Saturday, March 17 7:35pm
3 Brisbane Broncos Campbelltown Stadium Friday, March 23 8:05pm
4 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Monday, April 2 4pm
5 Melbourne Storm Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, April 7 3pm
6 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Sunday, April 15 4:10pm
7 Newcastle Knights Scully Park Saturday, April 21 5:30pm
8 Parramatta Eels ANZ Stadium Sunday, April 29 4:10pm
9 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, May 5 5:30pm
10 North Queensland Cowboys Leichhardt Oval Thursday, May 10 7:50pm
11 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Thursday, May 17 7:50pm
12 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Sunday, May 27 4:10pm
13 Sydney Roosters Allianz Stadium Sunday, June 3 4:10pm
14 Cronulla Sharks Southern Cross Stadium Sunday, June 10 2pm
15 Canberra Raiders Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, June 17 4:10pm
16 Gold Coast Titans Leichhardt Oval Sunday, July 1 2pm
17 BYE
18 St George Illawarra Dragons Jubilee Oval Sunday, July 15 4:10pm
19 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Saturday, July 21 5:30pm
20 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Friday, July 27 7:50pm
21 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, August 3 6pm
22 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Sunday, August 12 2pm
23 St George Illawarra Dragons Leichhardt Oval Saturday, August 18 5:30pm
24 Manly Sea Eagles Campbelltown Stadium Thursday, August 23 7:50pm
25 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Thursday, August 30 7:50pm

Wests players to watch in 2018

NSW Origin rep Josh ReynoldsJosh Reynolds
Born: 13/4/1989
Games: 138
Tries: 41
Position: Five-eighth

The Tigers have risked plenty in luring Reynolds from Canterbury on a four-year contract. The experienced five-eighth turns 29 this year, so fans will expect an immediate return on investment once he passes fit.

Wests Tigers legend Benji MarshallBenji Marshall
Born: 25/2/1985
Games: 271
Points: 1155
Position: Five-eighth, halfback

At long last, Benji has come home. The versatile Kiwi played a huge part in the Tigers’ 2005 premiership and could be equally important in keeping them out of the cellar in 2018. The early signs are very promising.

Tigers recruit Corey ThompsonCorey Thompson
Born: 6/12/1993
Games: 83
Tries: 57
Position: Fullback, winger

Thompson returns to the NRL after two solid seasons with the Widnes Vikings in the UK. Originally recruited for squad depth, the Queenslander has worked his way into the best 13 after an impressive pre-season.

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