NRL 2020: Sydney Roosters, Melbourne Storm, odds, betting, analysis, squads, coaches

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On rugby league's darkest possible timeline, the sydneyroosters and storm will never stop winning |

There’s a bleak dystopian future that clouds rugby league, a millstone around the necks of thousands of fans.

LIVE stream indigenous All-Stars v Maori Kiwis in the 2020 Harvey Norman NRL All Stars match on KAYO. New to Kayo?It’s not simply that seven of the past 10 grand finals have featured one or both clubs. Nor that they share five titles over that decade. And it’s not even that their clubs are unlikeable pariahs; that the Roosters’ sombrero overflows with cash or Melbourne has literally squeezed the life out of the game’s most dynamic play.

If you start at the top, and it’s a really important place to start, the Roosters and Melbourne have the NRL’s two best coaches under contract in Trent Robinson and Craig Bellamy. Robbo’s won back-to-back premierships while Bellyache’s the reigning Dally M coach of the year.Though their approaches are different, they share a common vision: a ruthless commitment to excellence.

Where some might see weakness, the Roosters see the future. If Flanagan doesn’t quite take the leap the Roosters are hoping for, they’ve just signed a young kid from Queensland whose highlight tape burns when you put it on. Sam Walker, son of Ben Walker, is among the country’s most freakishly talented teenagers. The Roosters, of course, made sure they snapped him up before anyone else started paying attention.

 

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