NRL Round 3 tips, best bets and previews.
NRL returns this weekend with Round 3 action – read on below as we provide our best bets and tips for each match, along with full match previews for all of the fixtures.
NRL Round 3 Tips
Note: We will link all NRL Round 3 tips to this article once published.
Brisbane Broncos vs Parramatta Eels NRL Round 3 Tips
- Thursday May 28 | Suncorp Stadium | 7.50pm AEST
Brisbane and Parramatta are both two wins from two to start the 2020 season – who remains undefeated and makes it a hat-rick of victories to relaunch campaign on Thursday night?
North Queensland Cowboys vs Gold Coast Titans NRL Round 3 Tips
- Friday May 29 | Queensland Country Bank Stadium | 6.00pm AEST
The Cowboys have won their last nine straight games against the Titans – are they set to make it 10 in this all-Queensland derby on Friday night?
Sydney Roosters vs South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL Round 3 Tips
- Friday May 29 | Bankwest Stadium | 7.55pm AEST
The oldest rivalry in Australian sport. Who will prevail when the Roosters and Rabbitohs face off for the 247th time in first grade competition?
New Zealand Warriors vs St George Illawarra Dragons NRL Round 3 Tips
- Saturday May 30 | Central Coast Stadium | 3.00pm AEST
Both of these teams lost their opening two matches of the 2020 season, but it’s the Warriors who have the edge according to their recent history, winning their last three encounters.
Cronulla Sharks vs Wests Tigers
- Saturday May 30 | Bankwest Stadium | 5.30pm AEST
Cronulla are aiming for their seventh consecutive victory over the Tigers – but how will they respond to the news of teenage star Bronson Xerri being suspended for alleged doping this week?
Melbourne Storm vs Canberra Raiders
- Saturday May 30 | AAMI Park | 7.30pm AEST
Both the Storm and Raiders are two wins from two to launch the season – but Canberra have conquered Melbourne by 1-12 margins in their last two meetings.
Penrith Panthers vs Newcastle Knights
- Sunday May 31 | Campbelltown Stadium | 4.00pm AEST
Two more teams who are undefeated across the first two rounds. Penrith and Newcastle have split their last four matches at two wins apiece – who has the advantage going into Sunday’s showdown?
Manly Sea Eagles vs Canterbury Bulldogs
- Sunday May 31 | Central Coast Stadium | 6.30pm AEST
It’s looking like another tough season for the Bulldogs and another encouraging one for Manly. Des Hasler’s side have prevailed by 1-12 margins in their last two encounters.