Both teams are coming off a couple of strong wins but will the State Of Origin back up for the Cowboys players be too much?

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Cowboys Vs Warriors – Saturday 5:30pm

The Warriors have been playing some good footy but we’re backing the Cowboys to play well at home.

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Interesting Betting Insights

  • The New Zealand Warriors have won seven of their last 10 NRL matches against the North Queensland Cowboys (L3), including each of their last two; a third consecutive win in this game would equal the Warriors’ longest winning run against the Cowboys in premiership history (W3 – April 2002 to April 2003 and W3 – August 1999 to July 2000).
  • The New Zealand Warriors have won three of their last five NRL matches against the North Queensland Cowboys in Queensland (L2), including a 26-12 victory when they last met in the state (18 March 2023); the Warriors will be aiming for back-to-back wins in such fixtures for the first time since April 2000.
  • The North Queensland Cowboys have won their last three NRL matches, outscoring their opposition in both halves of two of those three wins; the last time the Cowboys recorded a longer winning run was a six-match span from June to July in 2023.
  • The North Queensland Cowboys have led at halftime on the day in three of their last four NRL matches at Queensland Country Bank Stadium, including each of their last two; although, they have gone on to win only twice in that span (L2).
  • The New Zealand Warriors have won each of their last two NRL matches by margins no greater than four points on the day; they have conceded exactly 20 points in each of those two wins and trailed at halftime in each game.
  • The New Zealand Warriors defeated the Penrith Panthers 22-20 in their most recent NRL match in Queensland (19 May 2024) after trailing 4-10 at halftime on the day; the Warriors will be aiming for back-to-back wins in the state for the first time since April 2022.
  • Braidon Burns (North Queensland Cowboys) has scored four tries in his last five NRL matches, including three tries across his last two games in that span; although, he’s scored only one try across three career appearances against the New Zealand Warriors.
  • Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad (New Zealand Warriors) has been directly involved in eight tries in his last nine NRL matches (3 tries, 5 try assists), including two tries and a try assist across his last four games in that span; although, he has not recorded a direct try involvement across five career appearances against the North Queensland Cowboys.
  • Scott Drinkwater (North Queensland Cowboys) has scored the last try in the half of four matches this NRL season, the joint-most of any player in the competition (also Jack Bostock – 4 for Dolphins); he’s scored a try and provided six try assists in his last three games in the competition overall.
  • Te Maire Martin (New Zealand Warriors) has been directly involved in four tries across his last two NRL matches (1 try, 3 try assists); he’s provided three try assists across three career appearances against the North Queensland Cowboys though is yet to score a try against them.
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  • $150 Cowboys -3.5 @ $2.00 – Bet Here
  • $100 Over 49.5 Match Points @ $1.87 – Bet Here
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