Storm vs Titans Round 13 Tips, Prediction & Preview

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Storm vs Titans Tips

Melbourne Storm go in search of their 10 consecutive win when they face a struggling Gold Coast Titans side in NRL Round 13 action on Saturday night.

Storm vs Titans Tips, Preview & Predictions

Melbourne Storm vs Gold Coast Titans free NRL tips, predictions and preview – the Storm have won their last 22 matches in Queensland, their last six at Sunshine Coast Stadium and nine of their last 10 meetings with the Titans…

Storm vs Titans Tips

Storm win & over 48.5 points best odds with Sportsbet

  • Storm are on a nine-match winning streak
  • Storm have won all nine by 13+ margins
  • Storm have won their last 22 matches in Queensland
  • Storm are six from six at Sunshine Coast Stadium
  • Storm have scored 40+ points in seven of their last nine wins
  • Titans have lost five of their last seven matches
  • Titans have conceded 30+ points in all five of those defeats
  • Five of the Titans’ last six games have gone over the total points line

Storm vs Titans Same Game Multi Tips

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  • George Jennings has scored a try in four of his last five games
  • Brandon Smith has scored a try in three of his last four games
  • Jahrome Hughes has scored a try in three of his last four games
  • Phillip Sami has scored a try in six of his last nine away games

Storm vs Titans Match Details

🇦🇺 Competition: NRL
🗓 Date: Saturday June 5
Time: 7.35pm AEST
🏟 Stadium: Sunshine Coast Stadium


Storm vs Titans Head to Head (last five matches)

  • 17/7/20: Storm 42-6 Titans
  • 25/8/19: Storm 24-8 Titans
  • 21/7/19: Titans 18-38 Storm
  • 25/8/18: Titans 8-10 Storm
  • 12/5/18: Storm 28-14 Titans

Storm vs Titans Preview and Prediction

The Storm will be confident of continuing their extraordinary winning streak in Queensland despite losing a host of players to Origin when they meet the slumping Titans on Saturday night.

Melbourne have been flying over the last couple of months and head into this encounter on the back of a nine-match winning streak.

Craig Bellamy’s side have scored 40+ points in seven of those victories, while all nine have been by 13+ margins. It doesn’t get much more dominant than that.

Throw in the fact the Storm have won their last 22 games in Queensland, are six from six at Sunshine Coast Stadium and have defeated the Titans in nine of their last 10 clashes and it’s impossible to back against Melbourne on Saturday night.

Jahrome Hughes is the only member of the spine available, but the Storm have proven they can adapt to any situation. Nicho Hynes has been a revelation at fullback and currently leads the NRL in line break assists with 16.

Meanwhile, the Titans are looking like pretenders more than contenders and head into this showdown having lost five of their last seven games to tumble out of the top eight.

Gold Coast have been poor over the last few weeks, losing 48-12 to the Panthers, battling to a 10-point win over last-placed Canterbury and falling 38-10 to a Cronulla Sharks side well below them on the ladder.

VERDICT:

There’s absolutely nothing to suggest the Titans can win this clash – and their hopes are dented even more with four of their players out on Origin duty.

Melbourne have won their last nine games, scored 40+ points in seven of those and have been unbeatable in Queensland recently. The Storm to win easily again until proven otherwise (Storm win & over 48.5 points at $1.91 best odds with Sportsbet).


Storm vs Titans Teams

Kenny Bromwich has overcome a hamstring injury and will replace Felise Kaufusi in the second row for the Storm, while Dean Ieremia comes in for Josh Addo-Carr on the wing.

Cooper Johns starts at five-eighth and Chris Lewis will come off the bench.

Ash Taylor returns from injury to come into the Titans halves, while Jayden Campbell – son of Titans legend Preston – makes his NRL debut in place of AJ Brimson at fullback.

Storm: 1. Nicholas Hynes 2. George Jennings 3. Reimis Smith 4. Justin Olam 5. Dean Ieremia 6. Cooper Johns 7. Jahrome Hughes 8. Jesse Bromwich 9. Brandon Smith 10. Nelson Asofa-Solomona 11. Tom Eisenhuth 12. Kenneath Bromwich 13. Dale Finucane 14. Aaron Booth 15. Tui Kamikamica 16. Chris Lewis 17. Aaron Pene 18. Jordan Grant 19. Isaac Lumelume 20. Trent Loiero 21. Ryley Jacks

Titans: 1. Jayden Campbell 2. Anthony Don 3. Brian Kelly 4. Patrick Herbert 5. Phillip Sami 6. Ashley Taylor 7. Jamal Fogarty 8. Jarrod Wallace 9. Mitch Rein 10. Jaimin Jolliffe 11. Kevin Proctor 12. Sam Stone 13. Sam McIntyre 14. Tyrone Peachey 15. Erin Clark 16. Jai Whitbread 17. Joseph Vuna 18. Tanah Boyd 19. Esan Marsters 20. Greg Marzhew 21. Darius Farmer


Storm vs Titans Stats

  • Storm are on a nine-match winning streak
  • Storm have won all nine by 13+ margins
  • Storm have won their last 22 matches in Queensland
  • Storm are six from six at Sunshine Coast Stadium
  • Storm have scored 40+ points in seven of their last nine wins
  • Titans have lost five of their last seven matches
  • Titans have conceded 30+ points in all five of those defeats
  • Five of the Titans’ last six games have gone over the total points line
  • George Jennings has scored a try in four of his last five games
  • Brandon Smith has scored a try in three of his last four games
  • Jahrome Hughes has scored a try in three of his last four games
  • Phillip Sami has scored a try in six of his last nine away games

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