|Penrith Panthers vs Melbourne Storm NRL Betting Odds and Game Info|
|NRL betting odds||Panthers $2.80 at BetOnline | Storm $1.47 at BetOnline|
|When||Friday, June 19 at 7:55pm AEST|
|Where||Campbelltown Stadium – Leumeah, New South Wales|
|Watch live||Nine, Foxtel, Kayo, NRL Live Pass|
Panthers vs Storm NRL betting preview
The Penrith Panthers were a hard team to get a read on even before their clash with Parramatta last week, but now they are more enigmatic than ever.
Which Panthers performance do you put more stock in: a great first 60 minutes against the Eels, or the seven minutes where they fell apart and lost a 10-point advantage?
Couple that with their failure to get the two points against a Knights outfit missing seven starters, and Penrith might be the most confusing team in the league.
Regardless of all that, it’s clear to see they have improved dramatically in defence, while the 35.5 over/under line points to a slugfest on a cold, dewy Campbelltown evening.
If you’re looking at a first tryscoring option for Penrith, Josh Mansour and Viliame Kikau might present good value given the two tries the Melbourne Storm conceded last week conceded went through the edge of Justin Olam and Suliasi Vunivalu.
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Another point to consider is Penrith’s horrible record against Melbourne. Only eight times in 22 years have the Panthers walked away victorious from this matchup, and only twice since 2013.
On those figures alone, the Storm 1-12 at $2.70 with Sportsbet will have punters frothing to get their hard-earned on them.
With a limited halfback in Ryley Jacks, you saw Cameron Smith take even more responsibility against Newcastle and he put on a clinic.
Trying to find a first tryscorer for Melbourne is tricky because of the width they play with in attack. Their left edge is forever dangerous with Cameron Munster, but they use every square metre on the field.
Given Melbourne started fast last start, backing them in the race to 10 points also seems a great option for this week’s NRL multi bets.
Best bets for Panthers vs Storm
Josh Mansour first tryscorer
Melbourne Storm to win by 1-12 points
Melbourne Storm first to 10 points
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