Broncos Boosted to $2.50 to beat Cowboys at Luxbet

Get the enhanced odds of $2.50 on the Broncos to beat the Cowboys in the all Queensland Qualifying Final at Suncorp on Saturday night.

The Broncos and Cowboys clash in a super Saturday showdown at Suncorp stadium this weekend! Brisbane are around $1.65 favourites to win the all Queensland Qualifying Final but Luxbet customers can back Brisbane to win at the enhanced odds of $2.50.

Luxbet NRL Finals Favourites Price Boost

Luxbet have a price boost promotion on every NRL Final leading up to the decider. The bookmaker will offer extra odds on all favourites in the first 3 weeks of the finals. That means whichever side is at the shortest odds, they’ll be bumped up to $2.50 to win. Customers can place 1 maximum $20 wager on the special per match. To qualify for the offer the bet must be placed on Luxbet’s promotional market.

Worth Backing Broncos in Brisbane

So after the Broncos belted North Queensland in Brisbane back in round 3, will you take the $2.50 on offer this time around? The Cowboys may have got revenge in an epic encounter in Townsville in round 10 but the Broncos brutal victory at Suncorp in the early weeks of the season certainly shouldn’t be forgotten ahead of another contest at the same venue. The host’s hammered their little cousins by 44-22 in a dominant display at home.

Stats say Brisbane will Win

  • Brisbane’s 22 point win in March was their third successive victory over North Queensland at Suncorp stadium.
  • The Cowboys haven’t won at Suncorp since 2012.
  • Brisbane have won 5 of their past 7 matches against the Cowboys in Brisbane.  
  • The home side has won the last 5 matches between the two teams.
  • Head to Head: Broncos – 28 wins, Cowboys – 11 wins, Draws -2

Brisbane will be out to exact revenge on North Queensland after their season ended their season ended in Townsville in week 1 of the finals last year. It was North Queensland’s third finals win over the Broncos, with Queensland’s oldest club yet to beat their rivals after the regular season. But Brisbane won’t get a better chance to end that hoodoo when they play their first home final against North Queensland in front of 50,000 screaming fans on Saturday night.