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NRLW Tipping: Round 3 - see what the experts are saying

It's all still to play for in the final week of the NRLW regular season.

The Broncos - who are still to lose a match in the competition's history - can go 3-0 and book their spot in the grand final by beating the Warriors on Saturday.

Then on Sunday, the Dragons face the Roosters knowing a win should be enough to book them a spot in the decider.

If the Warriors and Roosters win then a host of possibilities come into the equation.

Before you enter your tips, read Tarsha Gale's previews and see who the experts are backing.

Round 3 tips and previews

Broncos v Warriors, Saturday, 5.05pm at SCG

Tarsha Gale says: This will a battle of the forwards with Amber Hall up against Annetta Nuuausala in the middle. Broncos lock Rona Peters has found the try line in both games this season and will be matched up against Warriors No.13 Georgia Hale. Brisbane prop Steph Hancock has made some powerful runs coming off the bench, and this could prove fatal for the Warriors if they show any sign of fatigue. Completion rates and field position are vital in this game. Ali Brigginshaw and Chantay Poko both have great kicking games and I expect at least one 40/30 from both teams. Broncos by 12

Roosters v Dragons, Sunday, 1.15pm at Leichhardt Oval

Tarsha Gale says: The Roosters forward pack need to step up and hold the middle in order for their classy backline to have a chance to shine. So far, Simaima Taufa has been attempting to lead by example in this area but, it appears the Roosters will be without their captain this week. Experienced duo Vanessa Foliaki and Ruan Sims need to lead the way if the Roosters are any hope of coming away with a win. The Dragons have turned the corner and I can't see them losing this one. Dragons by 12

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