Bet Of The Day March 25

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day March 25

The NRL Round 3 match between the South Sydney Rabbitohs and Sydney Roosters features as’s best bet for Friday March 25.

Bet Of The Day March 25 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

Key Points

  • Rabbitohs have seen 29 points or less in their first two games this season
  • Rabbitohs have scored just four and 14 points in their first two rounds
  • Rabbitohs are 0-2 to start the season
  • Roosters defeated Manly 26-12 last week
  • Roosters saw 26 points in Round 1 and 38 points in Round 2

We’re off to the NRL for today’s best bet as the Sydney Roosters look to condemn bitter rivals South Sydney Rabbitohs to a 0-3 start to the season.

It’s been a tough start to the season for the Rabbitohs after the heartbreak of losing the Grand Final last year, going down to the Broncos and Storm.

Attack has been a major issue across their first two defeats following the departure of halfback Adam Reynolds to Brisbane, while Wayne Bennett leaving as coach has also left a hole.

Save for an insane 12-minute blitz against the Storm last week at the end of the game, the Rabbitohs have only managed four points for the season.

Cody Walker is feeling the pressure to create and organise, which isn’t his natural game, while Lachlan Ilias simply isn’t up to first grade level as of yet. Or at least close to performing like Reynolds has for the Bunnies over the last decade.

As a result, the Bunnies just aren’t able to get quality ball to their speed men out wide or Latrell cutting into the line from fullback.

The Roosters were ordinary in their opening round defeat to the Knights, but they bounced back strongly in clinically dispatching Manly last week.

Luke Keary was better for the run after returning from knee surgery and his experience in the halves could prove crucial in this match-up tonight.

The Roosters will also have revenge firmly on their minds after Souths destroyed them in the finals last year – along with Latrell taking out Joey Manu, which resulted in his suspension for the Grand Final.

Souths look like they need more time to figure out how they’re going to play in 2022, while the Roosters will be confident in their ability after easing past the Sea Eagles.

We’re going to back the Roosters home in a relatively low-scoring affair, assuming the Rabbitohs’ struggles in attack will continue up against a strong Tricolours’ defence.



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