NRL Odds: Round-By-Round | Page 67
Weekly Expert Betting Tips - Join our free mailing list
- Go to Rugby freebets.
New Zealand have made only minor adjustments to their team as they bid to overturn Australia in the Four Nations on Saturday.
Betfair has installed England and Australia as overwhelming favourites to triumph in their opening Four Nations fixtures.
New Zealand look to have sharpened their chances of overcoming the odds in the Four Nations with a hard-fought 40-24 win over Tonga.
Australia are clearly prepared to make big sacrifices to justify their Four Nations odds – one player is even postponing his wedding to make the tournament.
Melbourne Storm will begin the defence of their NRL title away at Cronulla Sharks in March, with bookmakers rating them at 8.00 to triumph in 2010.
A number of injuries have cast a shadow over the Kangaroo's chances against New Zealand in their opening Four Nations tie on October 24.
The form of Parramatta full-back Jarryd Hayne could hold the key to The Eels upsetting Melbourne Storm in today's NRL grand final.
Many online bookmakers are already taking bets for next year's NRL premiers battle even before the 2009 grand final kicks off tomorrow.
NRL grand final outsiders Parramatta Eels have named their team for Sunday's show piece, with captain Naythan Cayless named at prop.
Sunday's sell-out NRL grand final between Melbourne Storm and Parramatta Eels could be a battle of fine margins, according to tipsters.
- Bet on the Socceroos manager
- 2018 Brownlow Medal odds
- Get a free Sportsbet ATM card
- AFL multi bet specials
- New South Wales early favourites to claim the 2018 State of Origin title
- Melbourne Storm red-hot favourites to claim World Club title
- Canterbury Bulldogs the $7.00 mystery package for 2018?
- 2018 NRL odds, tips, ladder predictions, team previews and Premiership best bets
- Who will WIN the NRL Wooden Spoon?
- Cronulla Sharks $2.60 to avenge play-off loss to the Cowboys
- Confident Cowboys $1.50 to open with a win
- South Sydney Rabbitohs hoping to welcome back Greg Inglis in time for season’s opener