The fourth round of the NRL season tends to be when the early season form of the clubs starts to take shape and the quality shines through and reaches the top.
On the flip side of that, the poor teams are also starting to show and that makes for lots of must win matches for those clubs in the middle
NRL Round 4 2021
Hello and welcome to our NRL previews. Here at RLBet we preview and predict each and every game from the NRL.
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3 matches are shown live on SkySports each and every round, as well as the NRL Finals and the Grand Final itself
Kick Off: 09:00
Venue: CBUS Super Stadium (Robina)
Preview:The Titans have struggled as of late, with just the 1 win from their last 5 outings but in a week when not only is State of Origin proving a major disruption to the NRL but so is the ongoing Covid pandemic as Parra have had to up and leave Sydney and base themselves away from their families in Queensland. That makes this a tough game to predict for so many reasons but sticking to just on the field issues, as we cannot know how the off the field issues are impacting things, Parramatta are in good form and should have enough to pick up the points on offer.
Prediction: Parramatta Eels by 8
Kick Off: 10:55
Venue: TBC (Queensland)
Preview:Manly and St George are both clubs who have had to make great sacrifice this week and it will be interesting to see how that impacts them out on the field. With the Eagles been 6th in the table and Saints in 7th, we are expecting a close game that is set to be a flip of the coin as to who wins as both are also in similar form. Manly have outscored Saints by around 100 points this seaosn and in a game such as this, that extra fire power should prove the difference.
Prediction: Manly Sea Eagles by 4
Kick Off: 06:00
Venue: TBC (Queensland)
Preview:Another match between 2 sides who have had to uproot this week and things could get worse for the Raiders as they face one of the competitions form teams in Cronulla and it is difficult to look past anything other than a win for the Sharkies.
Prediction: Cronulla Sharks by 10
Kick Off: 08:30
Venue: Queensland Country Bank Stadium (Townsville)
Preview:The Cowboys welcome the New Zealand Warriors in what has been another tough week or the Warriors club who have had to leave their home away from home and find themselves homeless once again due to Covid restrictions. Whilst we would love to back them for the win, it is difficult to see how they cannot be affect out on the field by what has happened during the week, especially against a Cowboys team who have escaped the majority of the issues and are playing at home.
Prediction: North Queensland Cowboys by 6
Round 4 of the NRL
All clubs are now starting to show their running for the season which makes it great for those looking to predict the action and it also sets up the matches of the round.