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For the second year in a row, the Wests Tigers finished last season as the best team outside the final eight.

With Robbie Farah hanging up the boots in 2019 and Benji Marshall pushing 35 years of age, the Tigers need some new leaders to step up and take them forward.

Can the Westies edge their way into the top eight this time around? Let’s have a look at the latest odds for NRL 2020.

About the Wests Tigers

Established: 1999
Home grounds: Campbelltown Stadium, Leichhardt Oval, Bankwest Stadium
Coach: Michael Maguire
Captain: Moses Mbye
Premierships: One – 2005
2019 ladder finish: Ninth (11-13)

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Updated Wests Tigers futures odds

2020 Premiership Make Finals Make Top 4 Dally M Odds
Feb $26 $3 $7.50
Mar $26 $2.80 $7

Best Wests Tigers bets for NRL 2020

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2020 Wests Tigers draw

West Tigers 2019 Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Sunday, March 15 6:15pm
2 Newcastle Knights Leichhardt Oval Sunday, March 22 4:05pm
3 Canterbury Bulldogs Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, March 29 4:05pm
4 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Saturday, April 4 3pm
5 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Monday, April 14 4:05pm
6 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Sunday, April 19 4:05pm
7 Gold Coast Titans Cbus Super Stadium Friday, April 24 6pm
8 Cronulla Sharks Suncorp Stadium Friday, May 1 6pm
9 Canberra Raiders Scully Park Saturday, May 9 5:30pm
10 South Sydney Rabbitohs Leichhardt Oval Sunday, May 17 4:05pm
11 Manly Sea Eagles Central Coast Stadium Saturday, May 23 5:30pm
12 BYE
13 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Sunday, June 7 4:05pm
14 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Friday, June 12 7:55pm
15 St George Illawarra Dragons Bankwest Stadium Thursday, June 25 7:50pm
16 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Friday, July 3 7:55pm
17 South Sydney Rabbitohs Bankwest Stadium Saturday, July 11 7:35pm
18 Sydney Roosters Bankwest Stadium Friday, July 17 7:55pm
19 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, July 26 4:05pm
20 Cronulla Sharks Jubilee Stadium Sunday, August 2 2:05pm
21 Brisbane Broncos Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, August 9 4:05pm
22 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Sunday, August 16 4:05pm
23 Gold Coast Titans Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, August 23 2:05pm
24 Canterbury Bulldogs Bankwest Stadium Saturday, August 29 3pm
25 North Queensland Cowboys Leichhardt Oval Friday, September 4 6pm

Wests players to watch in 2020

Adam Doueihi NRL bettingAdam Doueihi
Born: 5/8/1998
Games: 30
Tries: 2
Position: Centre

Doueihi did an excellent job at fullback for South Sydney last season, but where will he line up at his new club? Preseason predictions suggest the versatile recruit will team up with Joey Leilua in a new-look centres pairing.

Moses Mbye NRL bettingMoses Mbye
Born: 13/8/1993
Games: 120
Tries: 21
Position: Hooker

Mbye is renowned as a jack of all trades, but can he nail down one position and make it his own? With Robbie Farah calling it quits last year, the Wests captain is expected to fill the critical no.9 role.

Luke Brooks NRL bettingLuke Brooks
Born: 21/12/1994
Games: 131
Tries: 35
Position: Halfback

Despite some significant comings and goings in the off-season, it looks like the Tigers will start 2020 with an unchanged halves pairing. Can Brooks do enough to catch the eye of the NSW selectors?

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