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NRL is back for 2019 and kicks off Thursday night with the Melbourne Storm taking on the Brisbane Broncos at AAMI Park. Let us show you where all the main contests are across the industry and detail our favourite fantasy plays!
This Sunday night we will see the last NRL game of the year, when the Minor Premiers Sydney Roosters take on the defending Premiers and second placed Melbourne Storm, in the 2018 NRL Grand Final.
The only two remaining foundation clubs are set to go to battle in what will be an epic clash, to determine who will advance to the Grand Final. There's no love lost between these two and every player will lift, making fantasy picks just that bit tougher.
The 2016 Grand Finalists, Melbourne and Cronulla, will square off on Friday night to determine who will be the first side to advance to the 2018 NRL Grand Final.
One more team will be eliminated from the NRL Finals series on Saturday night when the Rabbitohs take on the Dragons. The winner will face the Roosters next weekend to play for a spot in the Grand Final.
Week 2 finals action in the NRL kicks off this Friday night when the Sharks take on the Panthers for the first time in finals footy. The winner will advance to next weeks Preliminary final against the Storm, while the loser will be eliminated from the pre
Based on recent form, this match between the Broncos and the Dragons will be the most lopsided contest in the opening week of the NRL Finals. We have your Chalk, Chance and Chump tips here to help you select your fantasy teams.
The most anticipated match in the first week of the NRL Finals will take place on Saturday night between Minor Premiers the Roosters and 2016 Premiers the Sharks.
NRL Finals action moves onto Saturday when the similarly style Panthers and Warriors do battle. Both are strong attacking outfits who are prone to defensive lapses and ill-discipline. This game will have plenty of entertainment!
The NRL Finals begin on Friday night with a stunning opening clash between the Storm and Rabbitohs. The winner will get a week off and the loser will be playing sudden death footy next week.