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The 2017 State Of Origin Series gets underway in Brisbane on Wednesday and we are set for a typically competitive series between two of the greatest rivals in Australian sport.
Both teams have made a couple of controversial selection calls – the inclusion of Mitchell Pearce for New South Wales and the exclusion of Billy Slater for Queensland – and anticipation for this clash is about to reach fever pitch.
We have closely analysed both sides ahead of the opening game of the series and our complete 2017 State Of Origin tips can be found below.
The Total Points line has been set at 34 points.
This would be an extremely low line for a regular NRL fixture, but in terms of State Of Origin it is likely to prove more than enough.
There was only ten points scored in the opening game of the 2016 State Of Origin Series and less than 34 points has been scored in the opening game of every series since 2010.
Since 2011, less than 34 points have been scored in ten of the past 15 State Of Origin games and backing the Under continues to be a highly profitable betting play.
The First Try Scorer betting market is always one of the most popular in State Of Origin and our record in recent seasons has been outstanding.
Corey Oates ($9) is currently a narrow favourite in First Try Scorer betting markets from Brett Morris ($10), Dane Gagai ($10), Blake Ferguson ($12), Darius Boyd ($13), James Tedesco ($13), Jarryd Hayne ($13) and Will Chambers ($13).
There is no doubt that Hayne’s form for the Gold Coast Titans has been inconsistent at best this season, but he is a player that loves the big occasion and his State Of Origin record can’t be denied.
Hayne will be marked by Justin O’Neill and it is easy to see Hayne exposing the Cowboys flyers’ defensive vulnerabilities.
The New South Wales forward that stands out at a nice price is Tyson Frizell.
He was outstanding in his first State Of Origin Series last year and he is a proven try scorer at club level.
Anthony Milford remains likely to make his State Of Origin debut and if he does so he is another player that represents value in this betting market.
Milford is capable of creating a try from anywhere on the field and it is easy to see him taking advantage of tired defenders in the second half of the first half.
Rounding out our first tryscorer tips at a big price is big Sydney Roosters forward Dylan Napa.
Napa is the type of forward that was born to play State Of Origin and in a low-scoring game it would not be the biggest surprise if he was able to cross for a crucial try.
Cameron Smith is currently on top of 2017 State Of Origin Man Of The Match betting markets at a quote of $5 from Cooper Cronk ($6), Darius Boyd ($9), Mitchell Pearce ($10), James Tedesco ($11) and Boyd Cordner ($13).
There is no doubt that Cooper Cronk will be the key man for Queensland and he is going to need to have a monster game if the Maroons are any chance to beat New South Wales in the absence of Johnathan Thurston.
Tyson Frizell is a player that is capable of taking the next step this series and it would not surprise if he proved to be the best forward on the ground in State Of Origin 1, which makes him excellent value at the current price of $26.
Jarryd Hayne has been the man of the match on a number of occasions in State Of Origin and he is another player that stands out at the current price of $26.
State Of Origin Game 1 Teams
Darius Boyd (Brisbane Broncos)
Corey Oates (Brisbane Broncos)
Will Chambers (Melbourne Storm)
Justin O’Neill (North Queensland Cowboys)
Dane Gagai (Newcastle Knights)
Anthony Milford (Brisbane Broncos)
Cooper Cronk (Melbourne Storm)
Nate Myles (Manly Sea Eagles)
Cameron Smith (Melbourne Storm)
Dylan Napa (Sydney Roosters)
Josh Papalii (Canberra Raiders)
Matt Gillett (Brisbane Broncos)
Josh McGuire (Brisbane Broncos)
Michael Morgan (North Queensland Cowboys)
Sam Thaiday (Brisbane Broncos)
Aidan Guerra (Sydney Roosters)
Jacob Lillyman (New Zealand Warriors)
New South Wales Blues
James Tedesco (Wests Tigers)
Blake Ferguson (Sydney Roosters)
Josh Dugan (St George Illawarra Dragons)
Jarryd Hayne (Parramatta Eels)
Brett Morris (Canterbury Bulldogs)
James Maloney (Cronulla Sharks)
Mitchell Pearce (Sydney Roosters)
Aaron Woods (Wests Tigers)
Nathan Peats (Gold Coast Titans)
Paul Gallen (Andrew Fifita)
Josh Jackson (Canterbury Bulldogs)
Boyd Cordner (Sydney Roosters)
Tyson Frizell (St George Illawarra Dragons)
David Klemmer (Canterbury Bulldogs)
Wade Graham (Cronulla Sharks)
Jake Trbojevic (Manly Sea Eagles)
Jack Bird (Cronulla Sharks)