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

The club has experienced a few significant changes since then, most notably with former Rabbitohs coach Michael Maguire replacing Ivan Cleary at the helm.

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, Bankwest Stadium
Coach: Michael Maguire
Captain: Moses Mbye
Premierships: One – 2005
2018 ladder finish: Ninth (12-12)

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2019 Premiership Make Finals Wooden Spoon Dally M Odds
Feb $26 $2.60 $9 L Brooks $26
Mar $31 $2.80 $10 L Brooks $23
Apr $26 $2.03 $34 L Brooks $34
May $26 $2.15 $23 R Farrah $51
Jun $67 $2.80 $41 L Brooks $51
Jul $101 $3.50 $51 L Brooks $67
Aug $151 $4 SUS L Brooks $151

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2019 Wests Tigers draw

West Tigers 2019 Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 Manly Sea Eagles Leichhardt Oval Saturday, March 16 5:30pm
2 New Zealand Warriors Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, March 24 6:10pm
3 Canterbury Bulldogs Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, March 31 4:05pm
4 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Friday, April 5 7:55pm
5 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Thursday, April 11 7:50pm
6 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Monday, April 22 4pm
7 Gold Coast Titans Scully Park Saturday, April 27 5:30pm
8 Sydney Roosters Sydney Cricket Ground Saturday, May 4 7:35pm
9 Penrith Panthers Suncorp Stadium Friday, May 10 6pm
10 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Thursday, May 16 7:50pm
11 South Sydney Rabbitohs ANZ Stadium Saturday, May 25 7:35pm
12 BYE
13 Canberra Raiders Bankwest Stadium Friday, June 7 7:55pm
14 North Queensland Cowboys 1300SMILES Stadium Friday, June 14 7:55pm
15 South Sydney Rabbitohs Bankwest Stadium Thursday, June 27 7:50pm
16 Sydney Roosters Bankwest Stadium Friday, July 5 7:55pm
17 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Sunday, July 14 4:05pm
18 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Saturday, July 20 5:30pm
19 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Friday, July 26 6pm
20 North Queensland Cowboys Leichhardt Oval Thursday, August 1 7:50pm
21 Canterbury Bulldogs ANZ Stadium Saturday, August 10 7:35pm
22 Manly Sea Eagles Lottoland Thursday, August 15 7:50pm
23 Newcastle Knights Campbelltown Stadium Saturday, August 24 5:30pm
24 St George Illawarra Dragons Sydney Cricket Ground Sunday, September 1 4:05pm
25 Cronulla Sharks Leichhardt Oval Sunday, September 8 2pm

Wests players to watch in 2019

NSW Origin rep Josh ReynoldsJosh Reynolds
Born: 13/4/1989
Games: 143
Tries: 43
Position: Five-eighth

The Tigers risked plenty in luring Reynolds from Canterbury on a four-year contract and it is yet to pay off. The experienced five-eighth played only five games in 2018 and, at 29 years of age, is now fighting for his career.

Moses Mbye NRL bettingMoses Mbye
Born: 13/8/1993
Games: 103
Tries: 20
Position: Halfback

Mbye defected from the Bulldogs midway through 2018 and now holds the captain’s armband at Leichhardt. His versatility is renowned, but it is in the halves where the former Bulldogs will look to make his mark with the Tigers.

Luke Brooks NRL bettingLuke Brooks
Born: 21/12/1994
Games: 107
Tries: 31
Position: Halfback

Despite a breakout 2018 in the number six, Brooks will have to step back to five-eighth if the new skipper is to play in his preferred position. The rapport between he and Mbye will be central to the Tigers’ fortunes this year.

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