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A team that hasn't lost is involved the in the hardest-to-predict match of Round 5, according to the tipping panel.

Penrith are only narrowly favoured to improve their season record to 5-0 when the 3-1 Raiders visit BlueBet Stadium on Friday night.

The forward battle should be a sight to behold when the losers of the last two grand finals meet.

One team that has gotten off to a bright start but it still yet to win the confidence of tipsters is the Dragons.

St George Illawarra have a three-game winning streak heading into Sunday's match against Parramatta. The Eels are unbeaten, but weren't overly convincing last on Monday.

On the leaderboard, Channel Nine commentator Ruan Sims has moved into top spot after tipping the card last weekend. Her early season support of the Dragons is working a treat.

Zac Bailey is second, with Alicia Newton and Sky Sport NZ's Goran Paladin in a tie for third.

Remember, it's not too late to sign up for NRL Tipping.

Anyone can start or join a "comp" to compete against family, friends and colleagues – all you need to get started is to sign up for a free NRL account.

You can also add an expert tipster to your own competition with your friends - you can select from the likes of former premiership winners Brett Kimmorley, Steve Renouf, Robbie Farah and Jamie Soward,'s Zac Bailey and Chris Kennedy, former Wests Tigers fullback Joel Caine and Ladies Who League's Mary Konstantopoulos.

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Simply click on "Add Celebrity Teams" when you are creating your competition and choose who you'd like to add.

If you need help on how each team is travelling, Jamie Soward's Power Rankings is the best place to go for an accurate gauge on who's travelling well and who's doing not so well.


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