New Zealand Warriors v Newcastle Knights

The season held so much promise over the ditch, but New Zealand have underwhelmed us by starting 2016 with three losses.

Admittedly, their past two defeats have been against the Storm and Brisbane, but if the Warriors cannot knock off Newcastle at home this Sunday then they may as well put the cue back in the rack for this year.

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We are going to give the Kiwis one more chance and back them to win both halves with Unibet, which is paying $2.06. Meanwhile, Newcastle have conceded 30, 48 and 24 points in three outings this season, so get on the Warriors in Hills and Centrebet’s race to 30 points market which is paying $2.69.

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New Zealand Warriors - 1pt @ 1.67
New Zealand Warriors - 1pt @ 2.69

Wests Tigers v Parramatta Eels

It is all about the return of Robbie Farah in this Easter Monday clash. Farah (knee) will make his first NRL appearance since handing over the Tigers captaincy to Aaron Woods and his summer fall out with coach Jason Taylor. Taylor has made good on his peace offering to give the 32-year-old his No.9 jersey back at the first opportunity.

Parramatta, fresh from their 20-6 trouncing of the Bulldogs, will be no pushovers and regain Manu Ma’u from his one-match suspension.

We like the joint venture with a 5.5-point head start, which is paying $1.81 with Luxbet, and Michael Jennings to be the first Eel to dot down at $6.50 with Sportsbet.

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Wests Tigers - 1pt @ 1.81
MIchael Jennings - 1pt @ 6.5

Cronulla Sharks v Melbourne Storm

The unbeaten Storm head to Shark Park to wrap up round four and we know punters will be eyeing off the odds north of $2 for Melbourne to get the job done against Cronulla.

After continuing their appalling record at Brooky and losing to Manly in round three, the Sharks have a point to prove in this Monday twilight fixture.

Melbourne left it late to beat the Warriors in New Zealand in the last round and, on the road again, we think this one might be too much for them.

We are backing the Sharks to win with Unibet at $1.76 but Melbourne to be the first team to score a try, which is paying $2.04 with Sportsbet.

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Cronulla Sharks - 1pt @ 1.76
Melbourne Storm - 1pt @ 2.04