The State Of Origin is an internationally recognized National Rugby League sports series that involves the highest level of rugby play anywhere in the world. Viewers and attendees turn to this fierce rivalry to observe the bone crunching hits, intense tackles, physically demanding plays and even all out on the field brawls. To help share the non stop action Orange Odds will be providing their leading up to the minute State Of Origin Odds comparison page, popular interactive NRL forums where fans have heated debates, free betting deals worth up to $300 and much more.
2011 State Of Origin Game 1 Results
Final Score: Queensland Maroons 16 New South Wales Blues 12. The victory places QLD one game from a record sixth straight series win.
State Of Origin game 2
The second of three matches, State Of Origin game 2, getsÂ under wayÂ on Wednesday the 15th of June at 8:10 pm AUEST at the prestigious ANZ stadium in the Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales. Game three will return to Suncorp Stadium on the 6th of July.
The NSW Blues led by captain Paul Gallen, the dangerous Greg Bird and a cast of young guns will be putting their pride, sweat and blood on the line when they host the QLD Maroons led by captain Darren Lockyer, lethal weapon Cameron Smith and a team of victorious veterans.State Of Origin game 2 Analysis. Will QLD have NSW singing the Blues?
After a few weeks full of big announcements, injuries and shocking decisions the Queensland and New South Wales coaches have named their squads for the second game of the fierce rivalry.
NSW Fullback Josh Dugan and three other Maroons were ruled out due to injury, leading to a series of roster moves by coach Ricky Stuart. Moves that are being intensely scrutinized by the media as well as in the Free Orange Odds NRL State Of Origin Forum. Forums where fans from Australia and the world discuss exciting NRL, Super Rugby and other sports events.
An example of which can be found in this analysis by Orange Odds contributor 'Chilli'-
"Before I started being a sook I asked myself the same question!! The answer I came up with was that if (NSW) manages to win game 2 then I truly believe they simply could've won by more with the obvious selections in place!"
"Game 1 with an injured thurston and no QLD centres was a match we should've won and would have with hayne at fullback and idris off the bench! Flawed logic maybe but hayne has so many points in him, and considering soward was AWOL, we needed that extra playmaker attacking the line..".
State Of Origin Odds
Game 2 is setting up to be a cracker and to help find the best available betting odds the Free Orange Odds State Of Origin New South Wales vs QueenslandÂ Odds Comparison page has all the latest market movers, betting flucs and game action odds.
TheÂ State Of Origin Odds Comparison page is updated every minute thus allowing NRL enthusiasts to see all the market moves and betting options such as Half Time, First Scoring Play, Winning Margin and others with Australia's leading TAB's, bookmakers and betting exchanges.
The State Of Origin Odds favourite in the second of three intense matches are the Queensland Maroons with current win odds in the $1.62-$1.69 range.
As such, a Free $300.00 "win bet", available through exclusive NRLÂ Betting Deals arranged for Orange Odds members, would be worth $486.00 at a $1.62 price providing the Maroons continue their winning ways in game 2.
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