NRL Round 15 tips, best bets, predictions and previews.
NRL ROUND 15 PREDICTIONS
- BRONCOS VS RABBITOHS
- COWBOYS VS SHARKS
- PANTHERS VS ROOSTERS
- KNIGHTS VS WARRIORS
- DRAGONS VS RAIDERS
- STORM VS TIGERS
- EELS VS BULLDOGS
- TITANS VS SEA EAGLES
NRL-Round-By-Round Predictions – The Panthers will be aiming to snap a two-match losing run when they come up against the Roosters, while the Storm are out to maintain their lead at the top of the ladder when they target a 12th straight victory against the Tigers – read on below as we preview every NRL Round 15 game, along with providing our best bets and tips.
NOTE: We will link all NRL Round 15 predictions and previews to this article once published throughout the week.
- Thursday June 17 | Suncorp Stadium | 7.50pm AEST
The Rabbitohs will be confident of further cementing their top four status when meet a Broncos side that has lost three straight, conceding 38 points or more in all three, since their upset win over the Roosters.
- Friday June 18 | 6.00pm AEST | Queensland County Bank Stadium
Crucial clash in the contest of the top eight. The Cowboys will be hoping their strong home form will be enough to edge a resurgent Sharks outfit that has won three consecutive matches.
- Friday June 18 | BlueBet Stadium | 7.55pm AEST
The Panthers have been hit hard by Origin and head into this showdown with the Roosters having lost back-to-back games for the first time since 2019 – can they avoid a third straight defeat?
- Saturday June 19 | McDonald Jones Stadium | 3.00pm AEST
Two of the most inconsistent sides this season kick off Super Saturday. The Warriors still haven’t won back-to-back games in 2021 but remain in top eight contention, while the Knights have slipped to 14th spot on the ladder with just five wins for the season.
- Saturday June 19 | WIN Stadium | 5.30pm AEST
The Dragons produced one of their worst performances in years when they slumped to a heavy defeat to the last-placed Bulldogs and now must face a Raiders side buoyed by a big win over the Broncos.
- Saturday June 19 | Sunshine Coast Stadium | 7.35pm AEST
Reigning premiers Melbourne are absolutely flying and will be aiming for a 12th straight win to remain top of the ladder when they face a Tigers side who went down by 28 points to the Eels in Round 14.
- Sunday June 20 | Bankwest Stadium | 2.00pm AEST
The Eels have scored exactly 40 points in their last two wins over the Knights and Tigers and will be looking to post a similar score against another of the competition’s struggling sides in this clash – although, the Bulldogs will be confident having secured just their second win of the season over the Dragons.
- Sunday June 20 | Cbus Super Stadium | 4.05pm AEST
The Titans have slipped to 12th on the ladder after losing seven of their last 10 matches, while Manly are back heading in the right direction following their big win over the Cowboys.