NRL Grand Final Player Prop Sheet

 

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NRL Grand Final Player Props Sheet

The Wolf has studied the and has found his 10 best player props for the NRL Grand Final.

Suliasi Vunivalu Under 105.5 Run Metres ($1.87)
Vunivalu has topped 105.5 metres in just two of his last 11 games and just six times all season in his 20 matches. It is entirely dependent on a line break meaning the under is a cracking bet.

Cheyse Blair Over 90.5 Run Metres ($1.87)
Blair has topped 90.5 metres in four of his last five matches and has averaged 96.63 metres a game since joining the Storm. In his nine matches against Top 8 teams this year, he has hit the 91m mark on seven occasions.

Jesse Bromwich Over 150.5 Metres ($1.87)
Bromwich averages 148m a game in 2016 but in his last four decided by single digits (as betting suggests this will be) he has topped 160m in all four.

Jack Bird Over 17.5 Tackles ($1.87)
Bird has averaged 25 tackles a match throughout the finals as teams target him as a defensive liability who has averaged 4.67 misses a match. Against a coaching staff that scouts like no other, traffic will be running at Bird all day.

Andrew Fifita Under 175.5 Metres ($1.87)
Fifita has broken 175 metres in just two of his last nine matches. In two matches against the Storm this season he has run for 136 metres and 163 metres.

Marika Korobiete Under 5.5 Tackles ($1.87)
Korobiete has made six tackles in a game just once since Round 22. In a game that will be played through the middle he is unlikely to have a lot of defensive work.

Chad Townsend Under 45.5 Metres ($1.87)
Townsend has run for 46 metres in just three of his last 10 matches with one of those the 90-minute draw against the Titans. With his confidence down, Townsend is unlikely to do too much running.

Kevin Proctor Under 95.5 Metres ($1.87)
The Storm backrower has not topped 74 metres in his last four outings and has failed to top 99 metres in seven of his last eight. Melbourne are using Proctor far less in their attacking game.

Either Fullback To Score A Try – No ($1.60)
Cameron Munster has scored only four tries all season and has not crossed in his last 10 matches while Ben Barba has scored only two tries in his last eight games. Greg Inglis’ 80th minute try in 2014 is the only try from a fullback in the last three Grand Finals.

Either Prop To Score A Try – Yes ($4.00)
A prop has scored in the last two Grand Finals. Jesse Bromwich and Andrew Fifita score an above average number of tries for prop forwards while Bromwich has scored in 3 of his last 5 against the Sharks. Matt Prior has four tries this season.

 

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