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Rugby League Challenge Cup 2017 – Outright Winner Betting
To win Challenge Cup 2017; best odds bold; Prices subject to change; Updated 3/12 6pm; Each-Way Place Terms: 1/2 odds 1,2.
Super League – Grand Final 2017 Winner Betting Odds
To win Super League Grand Final; Each-Way Place Terms: Win Only.
|Hull K R||100/1||200/1||200/1|
NRL Grand Final Winner Betting Odds
To win NRL Grand Final.
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Rugby League World Cup 2017 – Outright Winner Odds
Oct 27-Dec 2 2017; Rugby League World Cup Betting; Place: 1/2 odds 1,2.
|Papua New Guinea||150/1||100/1||150/1||250/1||100/1||150/1||200/1||125/1|
Rugby League World Cup: Aussies land the odds
The Rugby League World Cup Finals 2013 was hosted in the UK and the Aussies were the red-hot odds-on favourites to win the tournament.
Unfancied England faced Australia in the opening match of the tournament after suffering a shock defeat by Italy. But the home nation picked themselves up when it mattered and gave Australia a real fright by storming to a 10-0 lead before the form book told. It was 28-20 to the Australians at the death.
However English pride had been restored as they had matched the best team they were likely to face. At that point England were third favourites to win at around 9/1 while the Aussies were already 1/3 to lift the trophy. The chances of Scotland and Ireland were less obvious and both could be backed at four figure odds, and nobody was rushing to do it.
New Zealand were the 4/1 second favourites. Only three teams were at single-figure betting odds with a wide margin to fourth favourite Tonga, who could be backed at 200/1. So in early exchanges the bookies had it as a three-horse race only.
They were not wrong as those were the teams that dominated with England losing out to the Kiwis for a spot in the final. Ultimately Australia landed the Final and the trophy with minimal fuss, thumping New Zealand 34-2 at Old Trafford.