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R4: Warriors Vs Knights – Our Bets

March 31, 2024

R4: Warriors Vs Knights – Our Bets

The Warriors have been playing some great footy and their record may not reflect that but we’ve found some nice bets for this one

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NZ Warriors Vs Newcastle Knights – Sunday 4:05pm AEDT

The Knights head to NZ with only one win on the board and they will have to improve dramatically if they’re going to win this one.



Interesting Betting Insights

  • The New Zealand Warriors have won two of their last three NRL games against the Newcastle Knights including a 40-10 win in their most recent clash; they’ll be hunting for back-to-back wins against the Knights for the first time since Round 1, 2017.
  • The New Zealand Knights have won 14 of their last 16 NRL games against the Newcastle Knights in New Zealand including their last two in a row; they’ve conceded more than 20 points in only three of those games.
  • The New Zealand Warriors have won five of their last seven NRL games at Go Media Stadium, conceding just 32 points across their last three games at the venue; though, they were defeated 12-16 by the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in their only game there this campaign.
  • Three of the Newcastle Knights’ last five NRL games have been decided by a margin of two points or fewer on the day with two of those three games being decided in beyond regular time in that term.
  • The Newcastle Knights are unbeaten in regular time in their last five regular season NRL games away from McDonald Jones Stadium, picking up four wins and one Golden Point defeat in that stretch; in fact, they’ve not conceded a point in the first halves of three of those five games.
  • The New Zealand Warriors squad has an average of 119 games of NRL experience per player, the highest of any team in the 2024 season and 29 games per player more than the Newcastle Knights (90).
  • Shaun Johnson (New Zealand Warriors) has made six kicks forcing a line drop out this NRL season, three times as many as any other player in the competition.
  • Enari Tuala (Newcastle Knights) has crossed for one try in three of his last four NRL games including one of the Knights two tries against the Melbourne Storm in Round 3 of this season; also, he has logged two tries across his last two NRL games against the New Zealand Warriors.
  • Addin Fonua-Blake (New Zealand Warriors) has scored the opening try of the game twice in the 2024 NRL season, the only player to have done so more than once.
  • Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (New Zealand Warriors) is set to start an NRL game at fullback for the first time since Round 16, 2021; though, he’s scored only two tries across his last 14 starts at fullback in the competition.

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