Origin II – Sunday, June 24 7.40pm, at ANZ Stadium
THE 2018 State Of Origin series returns this Sunday as the NSW Blues host Queensland in a do-or-die clash for the visitors.
The experts at Betting Site were sensational a fortnight ago, tipping our readers into three anytime try scorers from our four selections. The only missed selection was Billy Slater, who never took his place in the side.
Our team is confident heading into this weekend’s action, so let’s get stuck into the try scorer tips and see if we can’t deliver another strong set of dividends.
NSW Blues Anytime Try Scorer Tips
The Melbourne Storm star was brilliant in game I, delivering a powerful performance in his debut game at Origin level. Addo-Carr crossed the line twice for his side in Melbourne, and we’re backing him to continue the hot representative form.
Making his debut for the NSW Blues was no issue for Trbojevic at the MCG, as the Manly winger created opportunities all night for his side. The young gun will again be a factor on Sunday as his side attempts to lock away the 2018 State Of Origin series.
Bitterly disappointed to miss game I, Billy Slater will be looking to make a huge impact and level up the series for his side. The Maroons lacked solid leadership and attacking prowess at the MCG, and Slater possesses both traits in spades.
The team at Betting Site has been advocating Ponga’s inclusion in the Maroons side since his potential inclusion was mooted and we finally get our wish. While he may not be in the starting line up for Queensland, once Ponga is injected into the game he will provide some much needed dash and we’re backing him to add his name to the Origin score sheet.
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