NRL Round 6 tips, best bets, predictions and previews.
We’ve got another blockbuster round of NRL action to enjoy this upcoming weekend, including a mouth-watering showdown between the unbeaten Eels and two-time reigning premiers the Roosters – read on below as we preview each Round 6 game, along with providing our tips and best bets for every fixture.
NRL Round 6 Tips
NOTE: We will link all NRL Round 6 tips to this article once published throughout the week.
Newcastle Knights vs Brisbane Broncos NRL Round 6 Tips
- Thursday June 18 | Central Coast Stadium | 7.50pm AEST
Fourth Thursday night game for the Broncos on the bounce as they attempt to snap a three-match losing streak against a Knights side who lost their first game of 2020 last week against Melbourne.
South Sydney Rabbitohs vs New Zealand Warriors NRL Round 6 Tips
- Friday June 19 | Bankwest Stadium | 6.00pm AEST
Both sides are aiming to make it back-to-back wins after big victories in Round 5, but the Warriors have only beaten Souths once since 2012.
Penrith Panthers vs Melbourne Storm NRL Round 6 Tips
- Friday June 19 | Campbelltown Stadium | 7.50pm AEST
Another tough game for Penrith, who blew a 10-point lead against the table-topping Eels in Round 5. Melbourne have won seven of their last eight meetings and are coming off a big win over Newcastle.
Gold Coast Titans vs St George Illawarra Dragons
- Saturday June 20 | Suncorp Stadium | 3.00pm AEST
The Dragons will be confident of registering consecutive wins after a much-needed triumph over Cronulla, with Paul McGregor’s side winning their last four games against the Titans.
Wests Tigers vs North Queensland Cowboys
- Saturday June 20 | Campbelltown Stadium | 5.30pm AEST
Both sides looking to return to the winners circle after last-start defeats. The Tigers have won five of their last six encounters.
Sydney Roosters vs Parramatta Eels
- Saturday June 20 | Bankwest Stadium | 7.35pm AEST
Juggernaut showdown between two heavyweights. Should be match of the round on paper. Eels will need to snap a three-match losing run against the Roosters to extend their unbeaten start.
Canberra Raiders vs Manly Sea Eagles
- Sunday June 21 | Campbelltown Stadium | 4.05pm AEST
The last four games between these teams have been decided by four points or less – and we can expect another thrilling clash as Canberra and Manly look to entrench themselves near the top of the ladder.
Cronulla Sharks vs Canterbury Bulldogs
- Sunday June 21 | Bankwest Stadium | 6.30pm AEST
Cronulla are all of a sudden under pressure after their disappointing loss to the Dragons. Another defeat to the lowly Bulldogs would be worrying…