Bet Of The Day July 14

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day July 14

The State of Origin Game 3 match between New South Wales and Queensland features as’s best bet for Wednesday July 14.

Bet Of The Day July 14 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

  • Six of our last nine Bets Of The Day have landed

July 1: Storm to beat Roosters 13+ at $2.05 ✅
July 2: Panthers vs Eels under 45.5 points at $1.91 ✅
July 4: Tigers +20.5 vs Rabbitohs at $1.90 ✅
July 5: Elena Rybakina to beat Aryna Sabalenka at $2.45 ❌
July 7: England to win to nil vs Denmark at $2.60 ❌
July 8: Sea Eagles to beat Raiders & under 48.5 points at $2.40 ❌
July 9: Rabbitohs to beat Cowboys & over 46.5 points at $2.00 ✅
July 11: Sharks to beat Warriors & under 49.5 points at $3.10 ✅
July 12: Denis Kudla to beat Steve Johnson at $1.80 ✅

We’re heading to Game 3 in the State of Origin for today’s best bet as New South Wales attempt to make it a 3-0 series whitewash over Queensland on the Gold Coast.

Both teams have experienced some turbulent build-up to this clash – Jai Arrow was kicked out of Maroons camp for breaching health protocols, while the Blues are missing their two star halves and will need to play a third straight game in Queensland due to the pandemic worsening in NSW – the first time that’s happened in Origin history.

It’s a tough game to call with a lot of uncertainty surrounding both teams, but we like the total points market for today’s best.

Fifteen of the last 17 Origin matches have produced under 46.5 points and we can see that trend continuing tonight.

Origin games are traditionally low scoring to begin with, but there’s more reasons to believe this will be another match with minimal points.

For starters, Queensland have only scored one try for the entire Origin series and lost Game 2 by a 26-0 scoreline.

Secondly, as mentioned earlier, NSW are without both Nathan Cleary and Jarome Luai due to injury – that should put a dent in their attack and creative spark.

Mitchell Moses and Jack Wighton are good players, but they’ve never played together in the halves before and that combination could take a while to get going.

All signs point to another low-scoring game between the teams on Wednesday night and we’ll be backing the total points market accordingly.

Key Points

  • Fifteen of the last 17 Origin games have seen under 46.5 points
  • Game 2 of this Origin series a couple of weeks ago produced 26 points
  • Eight of the last 12 Origin matches have gone under the set total points line




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