Rugby League Odds

Rugby League Odds
The popularity of Rugby League, especially the Super League, NRL, Challenge Cup and Internationals means that just about every online bookmaker offer odds on the action and to be honest if they don’t offer odds, they simply aren’t worth registering with.

It does mean that finding the very best odds on Rugby League matches can be difficult but here at RLBet we bring you the best odds from a wide range of bookies on all of the major upcoming matches.

Super League Odds

With at least 2 televised Super League games each round and special events such as the Magic Weekend most bookmakers offer odds on Super League matches although you can always get better odds by shopping around or by simply visiting us!

NRL Odds

The NRL is the worlds leading rugby competition and with each and every match so tough to call, making sure you get the best odds is all important.

Rugby Odds

Rugby League is a fast, action packed game that continually features moments of jaw dropping skill and is not only amongst the highest ranking sports on TV but also continues to get large attendances, especially the Challenge Cup final at Wembley and the Super league Grand Final at Old Trafford.

Here at RLBet.co.uk we believe that Rugby League really is the greatest sport and we are sure that the 1,000,000’s of fans around the world who watch the sport will agree.

The real beauty of the sport is that each and every game must see attacking action as unlike union and football, if you don’t have the skill to get past a team and score you have to give them the ball back.

That makes for a tremendous game that is only improved by placing a bet on the game.

When it comes to betting on Rugby League there are lots of different markets and betting types on offer to make it fun for any fan but increasingly it is becoming popular for those who may not be fans of the sport but who are looking for good value in their betting.

Whilst the volume of markets on offer can make it confusing for those new to betting or for those new to the sport, the markets can be put into 3 distinct groups of Pre-Match Markets, Season/ Events Markets and In-Play Markets.

Pre-Match Markets

These are more traditional markets that many will be mostly familiar with.

Popular choices are simply betting on who you think will win a match or if you think a game will be a draw. Nowadays you can bet on everything from the winning margin, the first try scorers, the number of try’s, if a team will open a large lead, who will be winning at half time and/or full time and lot’s more aside.

Becoming more and more popular are handicap markets where you decide on which team will win a match when a handicap score has been added/removed from their score. This is a great leveller and offers great value for fans of the sport.

Season/ Events Markets

Many of these markets are similar to pre-match markets but instead of betting on the team you think will win a match you bet on the team you think will win a league, cup competition or international tournament.

Other markets in this grouping include betting on who you think will be the Golden Boot winner, who will win the Man of Steel award and also more complex markets like betting on the top placing team from Yorkshire/Lancashire and the top try scorer/ points scorer winners.

In-Play Markets

These are markets that are perhaps best for those who are experienced at betting as you need to think fast, fully understand the market and match you are betting on and most importantly be following the action live.

Market son offers for those betting in-play are growing almost seemingly weekly but include such markets as next try scorer, next team to score, next points scoring play (try, penalty, drop goal) and a constantly changing margin of victory.

When it comes to the competitions you can betting on from the Rugby League world, it does depend on the bookmaker that you choose. The top bookmakers offer the NRL, World Club Challenge, Super League, Challenge Cup, Rugby League World Cup, big International matches and the State of Origin series as a minimum with some offering Championship, League 1 and lower level matches from Australia.