Can Dragons do the Double on the Roosters?

Can the Dragons do the Double against the Roosters on Monday night after beating the Chooks on Anzac Day? And could they do the half time full time double as they did in their round 8 clash?

The Dragons and Roosters close out round 15 of the NRL when they meet on Monday night in a match between two top 8 teams. Luxbet’s helping out those who fancy a flutter, with an offer on the action that could see you get a bonus bet even if your wager loses. Place a Half Time / Full Time bet on the game and if your selection is correct at the break but wrong at the full time siren you’ll get your stake refunded. The refund will be in the form of a bonus bet up, to $50; with only your first wager on the market qualifying for the special.

Origin Boys Back

Both sides have players backing up from the Second State of Origin. St George Illawarra’s Josh Dugan, Brett Morris and Trent Merrin battled on Wednesday night while Melbourne’s man of the match Michael Jennings, Boyd Cordner, Mitchell Pearce and Aidan Guerra were representing the Roosters. Which team will benefit more from their rep players being back?

Dragons Do Double on Anzac Day

The Dragons were singing in the rain earlier this season after edging a wet encounter 14-12 on Anzac Day. They also led at half time on that occasion and the same outcome on Monday night is paying a tasty $3.95; while a Roosters Half Time / Full time Double is a touch under even money. St George Illawarra are at double figures to come from behind at half time to win while the Chooks are $7.90 for the same scenario. The Roosters managed that feat last weekend after beating the Warriors in the final seconds despite trailing by at the 8 points at the break.

The Roosters remain the NRL Premiership favourites despite an inconsistent season so far while the Dragons continue to fly under the radar despite sitting third on the ladder. Which team will be victorious and more importantly will your wager with Luxbet be a winner?