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Super Netball Round 13 Tips - Previews & Predictions for all games
- Super Netball Round 13 takes place this weekend
- Round 13 gets underway with Queensland v Collingwood on Thursday
- Previews for all four matches, which are streamed live at bet365
Queensland Firebirds (Getty Images)
- Queensland Firebirds vs Collingwood Magpies (Thursday @ 6:00 at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
- Adelaide Thunderbirds vs Melbourne Vixens (Monday @ 7:30 at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
- Sunshine Coast Lightning vs Giants Netball (Tuesday @ 3:30 at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
- West Coast Fever vs Collingwood Magpies (Tuesday @ 6:30 at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
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The Suncorp Super Netball season reaches Round 13 this week and James Halley previews all of the action.
Round 13 of the Suncorp Super Netball begins with the Queensland Firebirds taking on the Collingwood Magpies on Thursday night at Nissan Arena.
The round will begin on Thursday, July 29, and will conclude on Tuesday, August 2 with West Coast taking on Collingwood at 6:30pm.
Latest Super Netball Premiership Odds from Sportsbet: West Coast Fever $2.25, NSW Swifts $4.00, Giants Netball $4.00, Sunshine Coast Lightning $5.00, Queensland Firebirds $21.00, Magpies Netball $101.00, Adelaide Thunderbirds $251.00, Melbourne Vixens N/A
Queensland Firebirds vs Collingwood Magpies (Thursday @ 6:00 at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
Collingwood face Queensland in the first match of round 13 at Nissan Stadium. We predict Collingwood to win in a close match. This is an elimination final for both sides as they are both two wins outside the top four with two rounds remaining. In round 12 the Firebirds lost to the Fever 69-79, losing their grasp on the top four. Goal attack Gretel Bueta was Queensland’s best with 25 goals and 19 feeds. Collingwood were outstanding in round 12, defeating the 3rd placed Swifts 75-68. Wing attack Kelsey Browne and goal attack Gabi Sinclair provided fantastic supply to goal shooter Shimona Nelson who scored a career high 69 goals.
Adelaide Thunderbirds vs Melbourne Vixens (Monday @ 7:30 at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
After an impressive win in round 12, we believe the Thunderbirds should come away with the victory. On Wednesday afternoon the Vixens were defeated by the Giants 45-54. Centre Kate Moloney was the Vixens best with 25 feeds and 9 goal assists, while goal shooter Mwai Kumwenda shot 29 goals from 34 attempts. Adelaide delivered one of their best performances of the season on Wednesday night defeating the Lightning by one goal. Thunderbirds centre Maisie Nankivell (46 feeds, 35 goal assists) dominated the midcourt and goal shooter Lenzie Potgieter couldn’t be stopped, shooting 40 goals at 97% including the match winner.
Sunshine Coast Lightning vs Giants Netball (Tuesday @ 3:30 at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
We expect the Giants to continue their good run of form and defeat the Lightning. The Giants defeated the bottom placed Vixens on Wednesday afternoon by nine goals. Centre Jamie-Lee Price (24 feeds, 11 goal assists) and wing attack Maddie Hay (23 feeds, 11 goal assists) controlled the midcourt all game. Shooters Jo Harten (29/34) and Sophie Dywer (20/26) made the Vixens pay on the scoreboard. Sunshine Coast lost to the seventh ranked Thunderbirds by a single goal in the dying moments by Thunderbird goal shooter Lenzie Potgieter. Wing attack Laura Scherian was the Lightning’s best with 20 goal assists and 32 feeds.
West Coast Fever vs Collingwood Magpies (Tuesday @ 6:30 at Brisbane’s Nissan Arena)
The Fever will be confident of taking home the four points against Collingwood, although if the Magpies play like they did against the Swifts, another upset could be on the cards. We foresee West Coast defeating Collingwood, continuing their charge towards the finals. This is a must win match for Collingwood to keep their season alive. West Coast easily defeated the Firebirds in round 12, winning 79-69. Goal shooter Jhaniele Fowler was relentless with 64 goals at 97 per cent accuracy, while wing attack Verity Charles (39 feeds, 27 goal assists) was instrumental all match. Collingwood take on the Firebirds in the first match of the round 13 on Thursday night.