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R16: Dolphins Vs Storm – Our Betting Insights & Bets

June 21, 2024

R16: Dolphins Vs Storm – Our Betting Insights & Bets

The Storm may have pulled out a victory in the only game these two have played each other but with the Dolphins being a stronger team this season, will they find a way to win at home?

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Dolphins Vs Storm – Thursday 8:00pm

The Storm will be looking for three straight victories while the Dolphins will be looking to go back to back after defeating the Sharks in Cronulla last week.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • This will be the second NRL match between the Dolphins and Melbourne Storm; the Storm won their inaugural meeting 24-16 (20 May 2023), after leading 24-4 at halftime on the day.
  • Six of the Dolphins’ last seven NRL matches have been decided by margins no greater than six points on the day; the Dolphins have won four games in that span (L3), leading at halftime on the day in three of those four wins.
  • The Dolphins have won each of their last two NRL matches at Suncorp Stadium, as many as they won across their seven games at the venue prior to that span (W2 L5); although, the Dolphins have not won more than two consecutive games there in their history.
  • The Melbourne Storm have won eight of their last 10 NRL matches (L2), including each of their last two; they have scored 36+ points in four of their last five wins in that span, including each of their last three victories.
  • The Melbourne Storm have been outscored in only one of their last six second halves in the NRL away from AAMI Park; the Storm have won four of their six matches away from the venue in that span (L2).
  • The Melbourne Storm have gone on to win all nine of their matches in the 2024 NRL season when they have led at halftime on the day, the joint-most of any team (Penrith Panthers – 9/11, 82%) and one of four teams with a 100% win rate in such fixtures (Canberra Raiders – 5, Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks – 3, South Sydney Rabbitohs – 3).
  • Jack Bostock (The Dolphins) has been directly involved in 12 tries in his last 11 NRL matches (10 tries, 2 try assists), including a try in each of his last two games in that span; although, this is set to be his first career appearance against the Melbourne Storm in the competition.
  • Ryan Papenhuyzen (Melbourne Storm) has been directly involved in 10 tries in his last seven NRL matches (7 tries, 3 try assists); although, this is set to be his first meeting against the Dolphins in the competition.
  • Jamayne Isaako (The Dolphins) has been directly involved in seven tries in his last seven NRL matches (6 tries, 1 try assist); he scored two tries in his most recent game against the Melbourne Storm in the competition (Rd 12 2023).
  • Nick Meaney (Melbourne Storm) has scored at least one try in each of his last three NRL matches, recording four tries in total across that span; the last and only time he logged a longer try scoring run in the competition was a four-match span from Rounds 7-10 in 2022 (5 tries).


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