Multi maker – Sunday, 28 May

HERE’S our daily multi maker – offering the best value tips for the best returns:

NRL
The Raiders are looking for four straight wins at home against a Roosters side that simply has no right to win. With a host of Origin stars out there’s quite literally no excuse for Ricky Stuart’s side not to run over the top of the Chooks. We’ve seen how bad the Roosters are without Mitchell Pearce running the show and with a depleted forward pack to match they should be trampled by the Raiders unit. Add the Raiders to your bet slips as a great booster for this afternoon.

– Raiders $1.38
– Raiders +4.5 $1.21

AFL
Collingwood somehow managed a great escape against Hawthorn last week and they’ll hope to do things a lot more straight forward against the Lions today. Brisbane are rapidly heading towards another wooden spoon and if the Pies are serious about turning their season around they’ll need to put in some performance to help their win percentage. This should be a walk in the park for the Magpies and we can see the home side covering to 50.5 line on offer as well. The Lions have lost their last eight by an average of 50 and this should be the same. Give them a smaller handicap as a no sweat leg.

North Melbourne are probably one of the best 3-6 sides we’ll see in the AFL and they should make light work of this Carlton side. The Roos are have won the last two against the Blues at Etihad Stadium by a combined 131 points – and while we aren’t expecting a blowout of those proportions this could be very one-sided. The hosts are one of the highest scoring teams in the comp, while Carlton are yet to kick 100 goals on the season. Expect the home side to come out firing and if they take an early lead they absolutely won’t surrender it to this Carlton team.

– Collingwood -23.5 $1.21
– North Melbourne $1.31

Tennis
The French Open kicks off tonight and there’s a plethora of options available for punters. Albert Ramos-Vinolas has been handed a favourable opening round clash with Romanian qualifier Marius Copil. Prior to earning qualification at Roland Garros, Copil had won just two matches in his six events on clay. While Ramos-Vinolas has struggled as well since reaching the final in Monte Carlo last month he is head and shoulders the better player and should make a good run in his preferred grand slam. Throw the Spaniard in as a nice way to round off your multi.

– Ramos-Vinols $1.21

Punter Problems multi of the day:

Canberra Raiders
North Melbourne
Albert Ramos-Vinolas

$2.16

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