Sports bookmaker Palmerbet are offering new customers the ridiculous odds of $2.00 on Queensland to beat New South Wales in Game two of the State of Origin series.
Queensland are heading to Melbourne on the back of a one-point victory on NSW’s home turf in Sydney. The win sees them put one hand on the Shield that they lost to NSW last year for the first time in eight years.
Despite the loss of Cooper Cronk, QLD are still the favourites at $1.60 to win but the juicy odds of $2.00 offered to Palmerbet’s new customers should be considered with a maximum bet of $50.
Daly Cherry-Evans will replace Cronk at halfback, his style of play is very different to Cronk’s as he will play more flamboyant game in attack and this should work in the favour of QLD as they look to score more points against the solid defence of NSW.
The form of Johnathan Thurston has continued on from Origin Game One as the future immortal led the Cowboys to a 24 point comeback against the Eels as they scored 30 points in the space of 11 minutes.
JT always performs his best on the biggest stages and it will be no different for him this Wednesday night as he takes to the field at the MCG.
The combination he has with Greg Inglis and Darius Boyd on their left edge is possibly the most lethal in Origin history. Boyd and Inglis are the all-time leading try scorers in Origin as they have 15 a piece.
Brett and Josh Morris will have their hands full as they look to shut down this potent attack.
The $2.00 favourites promotion isn’t the only benefit you will receive when signing up with Palmerbet. If you are placing a first try scorer bet on Game 2 then take advantage of Palmerbet's try scorer money back as a free bet promotion. If your bet loses but your player scores a try at anytime then get your stake back as a free bet up to $100.
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