Sunday May 27
Catalans v London (+18)
It was better from London last week but they're away from their home ground and on a big pitch here. They play direct and rely on Michael Witton and Craig Gower, both outstanding players, but will find this tough.
I do like Catalans here. They've been a bit off colour of late but if they strike every note they could put on a points-fest, and I fancy them to win and cover.
Huddersfield v Salford (+16)
This depends on how Matty Smith and Daniel Holdsworth can contain Huddersfield via Salford's kicking game.
I thought the Giants lacked in the kicking department last week but they'll work on that to get better field position and apply greater pressure.
If that's the case they can score some points, win and cover the start.
Bradford (+10) v Leeds
Bradford are in solid form and have a few returning from injury, so Mick Potter has some tough decisions to make.
Leeds played quite well in patches on Monday but Saints were more consistent over the 80 minutes. That's where Leeds are - they lack consistency but can play some great stuff at times.
These games tend to be tight but Leeds can win and cover the start.
St Helens (+8) v Wigan
This is a big start on a neutral ground. Saints had a great win on Monday, but it'll be interesting to see if that later game has an impact on their recovery. In Australia sides tend to struggle to back up.
Wigan's defence the best in the league and I like the way they're playing. For that reason they can win and cover.
Monday May 28
Roosters (+4) v Bulldogs
The Roosters have improved of late and when they throw the ball around they are capable of scoring points.
They welcome Mitchell Pearce back for this game and that's a huge boost and I make them my best bet in the NRL this week.
The Bulldogs had a good win on Monday but the Roosters could benefit from extra recovery time and take advantage of a vulnerable Bulldogs side.