It’s a feast of sport this weekend with NRL and AFL now in full swing while the A-League Finals are looming large. To kick things off on Friday Night Football, it’s a Grand Final replay with the Sydney Roosters looking for five straight wins over the Manly Sea Eagles.

Of course, the pair fought out a tough Grand Final last season in which the Roosters completed the Quadrella over their rivals. They met twice during the regular season and again in the first week of the Finals before being the last two teams standing in the game’s showpiece.

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Another cracking game on Friday night in which our special will apply is the Dragons v Broncos at WIN Stadium. Without doubt the surprise packets of the first three rounds are the Dragons who are unbeaten heading into this one. Although recruiting well in the off season, many experts were predicting that coach Steve Price would be given the sack within two months. That doesn’t seem to be the case now. After blowout wins against the Tigers and Warriors in the opening rounds, the Red V struggled against the Sharks last week but came out of it two point victors. The Broncos have also been surprising early on with two wins but a narrow loss to the Roosters last weekend marred their perfect start to the season. It seems the Queenslanders will have their fair share of supporters in this one and why wouldn’t they. They have won eight from nine against the 2010 champs.

Switching codes and Sherrin lovers will be salivating at the prospect of seeing the Bombers and Hawks clash on Friday night. The Bombers entered round one off the back of huge controversy surrounding the club, however, they lifted beyond everyone’s expectations and smacked the Kangaroos by 39 points. That win will certainly give them a touch of confidence but they definitely need it, having been beaten by the Hawks in their last four games. Hawthorn was impressive winners in the opening round too, beating up on the Brisbane Lions by 48 points. They go into the game as hot favourites.If you fancy the defending premiers then get the best price about them with Luxbet.

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Focusing on the world game and Sydney FC will be fighting to keep their playoff hopes alive when they travel to Melbourne on Saturday. Taking on the Victory, the last time these two teams met was at the end of January when the Sky Blues jumped the home team and smashed them 5-0. They’ll meet once again at AAMI Park with the Victory hoping to regain second spot if the Wanderers slip up against the Mariners. Sydney FC is currently equal sixth with 32 points on the table but sits in seventh spot on For and Against.

Taking a look at the EPL and Liverpool’s title charge will be given another test when they host Tottenham in the early hours of Monday morning. This is their best season in years with the Reds sitting just one point off leaders Chelsea, however, Man City are sitting two points behind but have two games in hand. Liverpool’s home record this season has been outstanding with 13 wins, a draw and a loss from 15 outings.While that would ordinarily mean curtains for most visiting teams to Anfield, Spurs have surprisingly been better on the road than they have at their own home ground. They have nine wins, two draws and four losses away from White Hart Lane.?