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Sportsbet Same Game Multi tips for NRL Friday Warriors vs. Storm

NRL specials at Zealand Warriors vs. Melbourne Storm, Friday, March 10, 2017, 6pm, Mt Smart Stadium, New Zealand.

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Same Game Multi tip for Storm vs. Warriors:

Melbourne Storm to win by 1-12

Cheyse Blair to score a try at any time in the match

Total match score over 37.5

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Storm vs. Warriors Same Game Multi form and multi tips

A JUICY match up between one of the NRL premiership fancies and a side tipped to be a big improver headlines Friday night footy.

And we’ve come up with a little Same Game multi that we hope can deliver the juice with our friends at

The Melbourne Storm braved hectic conditions to grind out a 12-6 win against the Canterbury Bulldogs in Round one and will be better for the run.

Cheyse Blair and Suliasi Vunivalu kicked things off for the Storm, each scoring a try within the first six minutes to stun the shellshocked home side.

But a serious punch on between Will Chambers and Sam Casino stoked the fire in the Bulldogs and they scored in the 29th minute of the first half to pull it back. And, while always under the pump, the Storm stuck fat to record the win.

The Warriors are just about the worst starting team in the history of the NRL.

We can’t remember the last time the won their season opener before the weekend’s clash and it even took a last ditch effort to get past the lowly Newcastle Knights, 26-22.

That game was not beyond doubt until the final moments, when a late try to former Storm man Ryan Hoffman delivered them full points in a come from behind win.

Knights man Peter Mata’utia was a one man wrecking crew, crossing twice to heap the pressure on the home side.

But compatriot David Fusitu’a had other ideas for his team and registered a hat trick of his own. Solomone Kata added the other try in the narrow four point win.

Melbourne Storm to win by 1-12 ($3.40)

Games between these two teams have almost always been tight between these two teams. And, given that it is in New Zealand, the Warriors are certainly not without their chances. But there’s a special feeling about the Storm this year. We’re not expecting a Premiership hangover. They won at Belmore for the first time in eons and we reckon they can travel even further and take home a win on Friday night. Blair and Josh Ado-Carr will need to be on their games against Fusitu’a, after that pair missed seven tackles between them on the weekend, but it is Melbourne’s ability with the ball that will decide this game. The Storm has won 10 of its 19 trips to New Zealand, so they have no fear about the travel.

Cheyse Blair to score a try at any time in the match ($2.63)

Free to play after an early guilty plea to a dangerous throw charge, Blair was one of only two Storm try scorers against the Bulldogs last week and, given his propensity to bullock his way over the line most weeks, better than even money to score at any point in the match looks a safe bet. With the likes of Cameron Munster and Suliasi Vunivalu around him, along with Cam Smith and Cooper Cronk, the Storm have no shortage of men who can find home, but we just love Blair brutish attacking ability.

Total match score over 37.5 ($1.90)

We’re fairly confident in this one. We know the Storm only scored 12 points against the Doggies, but did you see the conditions at Belmore. The weather is still meant to be decent, but the conditions were about as bad as they get on the freezing, wet and windy Friday night. The Storm ground out the win, but they have so much attacking talent in their line-up that they are bound to score better. The Warriors are also packed with plenty of attacking talent, led expertly by superstar Shaun Johnson and gun Roger Tuivasa-Sheck and, while Storm did leak the least number of points last season, we’re predicting a bit of a shoot out in this one, so we’ve gone the overs in the points total. Look for plenty of tries and plenty of things to get up and about for, especially if you happen to back our same game multi and it gets home.

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