NRL Betting Articles

NRL Betting - Head to Head Odds

One of the most common bet types in rugby league football is the NRL head to head odds, also known as moneyline odds or simply NRL odds. This bet is simply the odds on which team will win the game. It is a straightforward bet for footy punters, pick the winner and you win the bet. Most Australian based bookmakers and those included in's Online Bookmaker Review section will display NRL odds which includes extra time, while some European bookmakers will display odds for 80 minutes only and include the odds for a draw.

NRL Betting - Line Handicaps

NRL Line betting or Handicap betting is one of the most popular betting options amongst footy punters. Line betting in theory presents bettors with a 50/50 proposition by assigning the favourite with a negative handicap and the underdog a corresponding positive handicap start. In this way even the most lopsided match ups can have a 50/50 chance given the appropriate NRL line handicap.

NRL Betting - Over Under Totals

NRL Over Under Totals betting is another very interesting and exciting rugby league betting option offered by the bookmakers. Giving the punter a 50/50 proposition you simply bet on whether you think the combined points of both teams will be over or under the NRL total line posted by the bookies. Over Under Totals are widely considered one of the easier betting lines for punters to beat. Ever notice that the NRL Totals Lines are generally not released until game day? This is not because.....