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NRL Round 3 Footy Form: The stats that matter, what’s been backed and where the money is going

17 March 2016 12:38 AM
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NRL Round 3 Footy Form: The stats that matter, what’s been backed and where the money is going

Check out all the best stats, what’s been backed and where the money is going in order to find a winner.

The Cowboys have won 10 of their past 12 games at home with an average winning margin of 15 points. However, the Roosters beat the Cowboys in Round 1 at 1300SMILES Stadium last year.

The Roosters have started their 2016 season with two losses — 42-10 to the Rabbitohs and 21-20 to the Raiders. The last time the Roosters started their season with two losses was in 2007. They went on to lose five straight games.

Should the Roosters win this match, it will be the first time since 2004 they have won three consecutive matches against the Cowboys.

If the Cowboys lose this week, it will be their 300th loss in the NRL.

Betting Summary: Punters are happy to back to Cowboys at the short price with money running about 2:1 in their favour.

The Bulldogs have won nine of their past 10 games against the Eels since 2011.

The team leading at halftime has won the past 11 matches between these two teams.

Semi Radradra has scored six tries in five matches against the Bulldogs; at least one try per match. This is his second highest tally against any team.

Parramatta have lost their first away match in each of the past four seasons.

Betting Summary: The early money has been for the Eels. They have firmed from $2.75 to $2.45, while the Bulldogs are $1.45 to $1.57.

Source: dailytelegraph.com.au

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