Daily Sports Tips – Thursday, June 28

Best Bets 
St George Dragons vs Parramatta Eels (7:50pm)
Dragons to Cover Line (-9.5)

The table-topping Dragons will play the last-placed Eels in the NRL tonight and St George look good to cover a line currently set at only 9.5 points. St George have been the league benchmark on season and appear on track for a return to Grand Final football, while the end of the season cannot come quickly enough for the Eels, who have failed to make anything of an impression on the competition despite being widely tipped to finish in the top four.

Senegal vs Colombia (12am Friday)
Colombia to Win ($1.90)

Senegal and Colombia will square off in their final Group H fixture at the World Cup and the winner will gain passage into the knockout stage. Colombia were stunned by Japan first-up, but responded with a comfortable win over Poland on Matchday 2. Senegal also posted a win over Poland and were held to a draw by Japan. In what has been a particularly open World Cup to date, Colombia can stamp themselves as a live chance by beating Senegal.

England vs Belgium (4am Friday)
Kane to Score ($2.20)

England will play Belgium for top spot in Group G and striker Harry Kane can consolidate his position atop Golden Boot standings by finding the net. The Spurs striker has led from the front at the 2018 World Cup; netting two against Tunisia on Matchday 1 before securing an impressive hat-trick in his side’s 5-1 flogging of Panama last time. He is in typically outstanding form and will be a handful for Belgium’s defence.

Daily Three-Leg Multi
Rangers, Dragons, Tigers All to Win
Combined Odds of $3.59

We’re almost at the weekend and today’s three-leg multi includes selections from the AFL and NRL. The Texas Rangers have found decent form in the MLB and can beat an inconsistent Padres side this time. The Dragons will look to consolidate their position atop the NRL ladder by beating cellar-dwellers the Eels. Reigning premiers the Tigers are primed for another big performance and win over the Swans in Melbourne.