Rugby League Match Reviews
Hello and welcome to RLBet.co.uk– your home of Rugby League match reviews.
No matter if you are a fan just wanting to keep on top of things or are wanting to be kept up to date with the form of each team for betting purposes, here at RLBet.co.uk we review each and every round of both the NRL and Super League as well as major Challenge Cup, WCC, International and club matches from around the world.
Latest Match Reviews
Usually published early on the Monday morning after a regular weekend of matches, our reviews bring you right up to date with all of the latest action from the Rugby League world. In our Super league, NRL, Challenge Cup and Test matches reviews, we bring you the scores of all the matches, the main talking points and our thought s on the action. If the outcome of the match has a major effect on a team’s season, from injuries to dropping out of the top 8, we let you know.
The main Rugby League season runs from February/March through to November with domestic club competition ending in October and International Test competitions taking over from October to November. During this time club season, we focus on the NRL and the Super League where we review each and every match. Although it would be impossible for us to watch every single match from both the NRL and the Super League and bring you our reviews early on a Monday, we can safely say that we watch as many matches as possible and for those we cannot see either live or via TV, we follow updates and follow post-match reactions to give a fair and balance but yet informative review of the action.
Whilst our reviews are great for fans to catch up on what their team’s latest performances or to see what the teams around them have managed to do, our reviews are also great for punters who like to bet on Rugby League. Whilst our previews bring you all of the information you need on the match itself, our reviews give you an overall view of how clubs are doing and using that knowledge can help you in your prediction for the next round of matches.
Knowing which teams are in form, who is struggling and which players are making the difference is an invaluable commodity for any punter and our match reviews give you all of this information and more.
Our match reviews normally come out on the Monday following a normal weekend round of action.
Super League Match Reviews
Following the latest round of matches we bring you up to date with what happened via our round ups of the action which include the match result, scorers and our thoughts on the action.
Starting with the most basic information you could want to know about any match that has just taken place, we bring you the final score from every game and who scored the try’s, goals and any drop goals that maybe be taken.
We then bring you all of the major talking points from the games, including any incredible try’s, great defensive efforts and also any major injuries or discipline issues that occur.
We then conclude with our overall thoughts on a match and don’t worry, even though we love Rugby League and can normally find the best of any situation as we know that watching rugby his always a good time, if something bad happens, we will tell you.
If a game is scrappy, we will say so. If a game is of poor quality, we will tell you and if a player has a shocker, we will tell you.
On the flip side of that, we will of course highlight all of the great action that happens from quality try’s, try saving tackles, great moves and if a team is domain over the others.
These reviews are great for those who may not have been able to keep up with what happened over a round of action or for those looking to bet on upcoming matches who want to know the form and injury issues ahead of our previews as our match reviews tend to come out on Monday before our previews on Tuesday.
Unfortunately it can be difficult to keep up to date with all of the latest action, with so much rugby league now taking place on so many different days of the week, but we here at RLBet keep track of all of the top action from the Super League, the NRL, the Championship as well as Challenge Cup game and of course International Rugby League matches.
From watching tv games to been at matches in person and from reading in depth reports to bring you the important parts to listening along on the radio and don’t forget following live updates on social media or talking to fans in attendance- it can be time consuming to get all of the latest information from any given round of matches but that is what we strive to do right here at RLBet and when we gather all of that information together, we put it into our match reviews and only include the important information.