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R4: Eels Vs Tigers – Our Bets

April 1, 2024

R4: Eels Vs Tigers – Our Bets

The Tigers may have been impressive last week but they will have to step it up a gear this week and we have found some nice bets for you to follow below.

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Parramatta Eels Vs Wests Tigers – Monday 4:00pm AEDT

The Eels are back at the fortress and have won 4 of the past 5 games against the Tigers.

Benji Marshall’s men are growing in confidence but we can’t help but feel this match is a little bit beyond them at this point.



Interesting Betting Insights

  • The Parramatta Eels have won nine of their last 10 NRL games against the Wests Tigers including their last two in a row; however, they were defeated 20-21 in their last meeting at CommBank Stadium after never previously losing to the Tigers at the venue.
  • Only one of the Parramatta Eels’ last four NRL games has seen the same team outscore their opposition in both the first and second halves on the day, with the Eels logging three overall wins in that term (L1).
  • The Parramatta Eels have won nine of their last 11 NRL games at CommBank Stadium including their last two in a row; though, three of their last four wins at the venue have come by a margin of six points or fewer on the day.
  • The Wests Tigers have lost their last nine consecutive NRL games when playing as the away team on the day by an average margin of 24.4 points per game; their last win out of the away sheds was a 12-8 triumph against the Penrith Panthers at Carrington Park in Round 9, 2023.
  • The Parramatta Eels have scored two tries after forcing a line drop out this NRL campaign, the only team to have scored more than one try via this method.
  • The Parramatta Eels have had 36.7 play-the-balls per game in the opposition 20m zone this season, the most of any team in the competition, and have scored one try for every 11 of those play-the-balls.
  • The Parramatta Eels have won only three of their last 10 NRL games without Mitchell Moses but won 32-18 against the Penrith Panthers in their most recent game without him in the side (Round 26, 2023).
  • Justin Olam (Wests Tigers) has scored one try in each of his last two NRL appearances and will be looking for a third-straight game with a try for the first time since Round 8, 2022 (which was a four-game streak).
  • Maika Sivo (Parramatta Eels) has scored seven tries across his last six games against the Wests Tigers in the NRL, crossing for at least one try in six of those seven fixtures.

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