NRL Round 4 tips, best bets and previews.
We’ve got several blockbuster showdowns to enjoy as NRL continues this weekend with Round 4 action – and we’ve previewed each game, along with providing our tips and best bets for every fixture.
NRL Round 4 Tips
Note: We will link all NRL Round 4 tips to this article once published throughout the week.
Brisbane Broncos vs Sydney Roosters NRL Round 4 Tips
- Thursday June 4 | Suncorp Stadium | 7.50pm AEST
Brisbane were disappointing in a heavy loss to Parramatta last week, while the Roosters recorded their first win of 2020 with a solid triumph over Souths. However, the two-time reigning premiers haven’t beaten the Broncos at Suncorp since 2014…
Penrith Panthers vs New Zealand Warriors NRL Round 4 Tips
- Friday June 5 | Campbelltown Stadium | 6.00pm AEST
One of just four undefeated teams across the first three rounds, Penrith will be looking to keep that streak going against a Warriors side who are flying high after posting their first win of 2020 against the Dragons.
Melbourne Storm vs South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL Round 4 Tips
- Friday June 5 | AAMI Park | 7.55pm AEST
Both sides aiming to bounce back after last-start defeats – but it’s Souths who face a huge battle to overturn history having failed to win in their last 15 visits to AAMI Park…
Parramatta Eels vs Manly Sea Eagles NRL Round 4 Tips
- Saturday June 6 | Bankwest Stadium | 5.30pm AEST
Early days, but these are two of the form teams in the competition so far. Traditional rivals with absolutely no love lost, this is shaping as the match of the round at Bankwest.
North Queensland Cowboys vs Cronulla Sharks
- Saturday June 6 | Queensland County Bank Stadium | 7.35pm AEST
Cronulla are on a three-match winning streak against the Cowboys, but they are one of just four teams yet to register a victory in 2020…
Canberra Raiders vs Newcastle Knights
- Sunday June 7 | Campbelltown Stadium | 4.05pm AEST
Two of the NRL’s four undefeated sides across the first three rounds. Newcastle were superb in a 14-14 draw with Penrith after losing several of their top stars, while Canberra ran out convincing winners over the Storm in Melbourne in Round 3. Should be a beauty.
Gold Coast Titans vs Wests Tigers
- Sunday June 7 | Suncorp Stadium | 6.30pm AEST
It’s looking like another long season for the embattled Titans after leaking 80 points in their last two matches. Great opportunity for the Tigers to build on their win over Cronulla.
Canterbury Bulldogs vs St George Illawarra Dragons
- Monday June 8 | Bankwest Stadium | 4.05pm AEST
Both winless after three rounds and struggling considerably in attack, scoring a combined six points during Round 3. Again, early days, but this is shaping as a must-win clash for both teams…