Will Bookmaker.com.au's Half Time Refund be Required on Cowboys V Eels Again?

The Cowboys stunned the Eels in round 13 coming from 24 points down to win! Bet on the re-match with Bookmaker.com.au and you'll be refunded if your side surrenders a half time lead in Townsville.

The Cowboys clash with Parramatta on Monday night is a rematch of what was one of the most incredible NRL games played, when the 2 sides met in round 13. The Eels led by 24 points with 25 minutes remaining before the visitors rattled off 5 converted tries in a row to steal a sensational 30-36 win. That encounter was also on a Monday night which meant Parramatta punters who backed the Blue and Gold at Bookmaker.com.au were refunded with a bonus bet thanks to the bookmaker’s NRL ‘Half Time Lead and Lose’ special. And the offer’s available again this Monday night, so back North Queensland or the Eels head to head and if your selection is defeated despite leading at the break you’ll be refunded your stake, up to $100, in the form of a bonus bet.

Eels upset a big Price

The Cowboys sit second on the ladder having won 13 of their past 14 matches, while the Eels are eleventh, 4 points adrift of the top 8. Its little wonder then the hosts are red hot favourites to pummel Parramatta in Townsville. North Queensland are paying under $1.10 to win. Parra’s price to cause an upset is $8.50.

Enhanced Odds on Try and Win Combo

If you’re chasing a little more odds on the Cowboys you may like to jump on Bookmaker.com.au’s other offer on the contest. The bookmaker is offering enhanced odds of $2.50 for North Queensland centre Kane Linnett to score a try in a win for the home side. He got the game winner in that thrilling match back at the beginning of June. Eels winger Semi Radradra bagged a double that night on the losing side, and punters can get a massive $15 with Bookmakercomau for the competition’s leading tyrscorer to cross the line again in a boil-over for the away team.

A final fact; 2 of North Queensland’s 4 losses this season have come after leading at half time, and both were at 1300 smiles stadium, could it happen again? Unlikely yes, but impossible… No!