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Wests Tigers NRL

The Wests Tigers finished the 2020 season in 11th position but had not been expected to play finals. A lot has changed since then, with several experienced players leaving and some big names coming in.

Can the Westies edge their way into the top eight this time around? Let’s have a look at the latest odds for NRL 2021.

About the Wests Tigers

Established: 1999
Home grounds: Campbelltown Stadium, Leichhardt Oval, Bankwest Stadium
Coach: Michael Maguire
Captain: James Tamou
Premierships: One – 2005
2020 ladder finish: 11th (7-13)

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Updated Wests Tigers futures odds

2021 Premiership Make Finals Top Tryscorer
Feb $67 $3.75 D Nofoaluma $17
Mar $67 $3.75 D Nofoaluma $17
Apr $151 $8 D Nofoaluma $41
May $201 $13
Jun $151 $9 D Nofoaluma $81
Jul $251 $10 D Nofoaluma $126
Aug $501 $34

Best Wests Tigers bets for NRL 2021

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

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2021 Wests Tigers draw

West Tigers 2019 Fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time (NSW)
1 Canberra Raiders GIO Stadium Sunday, March 14 4:05pm
2 Sydney Roosters Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, March 21 4:05pm
3 Newcastle Knights McDonald Jones Stadium Sunday, March 28 4:05pm
4 Parramatta Eels Stadium Australia Monday, April 5 4pm
5 North Queensland Cowboys Leichhardt Oval Sunday, April 11 4:05pm
6 South Sydney Rabbitohs Stadium Australia Saturday, April 17 5:30pm
7 Manly Sea Eagles Bankwest Stadium Sunday, April 25 1:45pm
8 St George Illawarra Dragons WIN Stadium Sunday, May 2 4:05pm
9 Gold Coast Titans Campbelltown Stadium Saturday, May 8 5:30pm
10 Newcastle Knights Suncorp Stadium Friday, May 14 6pm
11 New Zealand Warriors Mt Smart Stadium Friday, May 21 6pm
12 St George Illawarra Dragons Bankwest Stadium Friday, May 28 7:55pm
13 Penrith Panthers Leichhardt Oval Friday, June 4 7:55pm
14 Parramatta Eels Bankwest Stadium Sunday, June 13 4:05pm
15 Melbourne Storm AAMI Park Saturday, June 19 7:35pm
16 South Sydney Rabbitohs Leichhardt Oval Sunday, July 4 4:05pm
17 BYE
18 Brisbane Broncos Suncorp Stadium Sunday, July 18 4:05pm
19 Manly Sea Eagles Central Coast Stadium Saturday, July 24 5:30pm
20 New Zealand Warriors Bankwest Stadium Friday, July 30 6pm
21 Canterbury Bulldogs Belmore Sports Ground Sunday, August 8 2pm
22 North Queensland Cowboys Queensland Country Bank Stadium Saturday, August 14 5:30pm
23 Cronulla Sharks Scully Park Saturday, August 21 3pm
24 Penrith Panthers Panthers Stadium Sunday, August 29 4:05pm
25 Canterbury Bulldogs Campbelltown Stadium Sunday, September 5 4:05pm

Wests players to watch in 2020

Tamou NRL bettingJames Tamou
Born: 13/12/1988
Games: 267
Tries: 22
Position: Prop

Having led the Penrith Panthers to the 2020 NRL Grand Final, James Tamou adds a hefty dose of leadership and class to the Wests Tigers pack. With Joe Ofahengaue coming in from the Brisbane Broncos as well, the first row looks a lot more robust than it did before.

James Roberts NRL bettingJames Roberts
Born: 3/3/1993
Games: 149
Tries: 74
Position: Centre

Now at his third club in as many years, James Roberts is a bit of a gamble. His most recent stint at South Sydney was a bust, for various reasons, but there is no doubting how big a weapon he is when things go right. If he settles in well, this could be a super signing.

Mbye NRL bettingMoses Mbye
Born: 13/8/1993
Games: 135
Tries: 25
Position: Fullback

With Tamou taking over the captaincy, Roberts coming into the centres and Adam Doueihi expected to play in the halves, we could see a revitalised Moses Mbye in the no.1 jersey this year. However it works it out, this move could be critical to Wests’ chances in 2021.

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