Coral are one of the most famous high street bookmakers but just how well do they do online and most importantly how good, or bad, is the Rugby League betting offered by

Full Name: Coral Interactive (Gibraltar) Limited, Part of Ladbrokes Coral Group plc
Founded: 2015 (Merger of Ladbrokes Gala and Coral)
Areas: Super League, NRL, Internationals, State of Origin, Challenge Cup
Ways to Bet: Online, Mobile, Text, Phone, Shops
Pros: Good layout, In-play betting, Sign Up Bonus, Good Range of Markets, NRL Live Streaming
Cons: Heavy focus on main events, leagues and turnaments, Poor Early Prices, Lack of Live Streaming

Coral Rugby League


The Coral website is a bright modern website that features good use of media.

The Rugby League section on features an easy to use layout that lists upcoming fixtures, the available markets and whether the match is on TV or not.

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Markets has a big focus on the major league of Super League and the NRL. It would be good to see more focus on the Championship, League 1 and even other leagues from around the world.

For the competitions they do focus on, Coral offer a good but not great number of markets with the focus on Match Betting, Handicap Betting, No Draw Handicaps, 5 Point Margins, 10 Point Margins, Half Time/Full Time and Alternative Handicap.

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Coral is only available to those aged 18+ and a deposited account is needed to watch live streaming