|13/09/13||South Sydney Rabbitohs||20||10||Melbourne Storm|
|14/09/13||Cronulla Sharks||20||18||North Queensland Cowboys|
|14/09/13||Sydney Roosters||4||0||Manly Sea Eagles|
|15/09/13||Canterbury Bulldogs||6||22||Newcastle Knights|
Here at betonfooty.com.au we aim to provide NRL football fans and punters with all the rugby league betting data and resources they need. Our NRL results pages include NRL scores and results for each round dating back to the 2007 season. If you want to check how your team has performed in NRL round 1 over the past years for instance, you can simply visit the results round 1 page from the menu above. Whether you are in an office tipping competition or like to have a bet on footy each week, the historical NRL results can be very useful.
From our NRL Odds page you can access the current rounds results as well as NRL results for each round from the 2007 season. Included in the tables are details on the average head to head odds, NRL line (handicap), over under total and score for each game which is colour coded to show which team won on the head to head and line bets.
BetonFooty.com.au's NRL Line Results section provides the current season's cumulative line or handicap betting results for each team. You can view each teams win loss streak against the NRL line as well as the profit or loss $ value for each team against the line odds. Some teams definitely perform better at home and have a notable home field advantage. How that advantage translates in relation to line betting can be a different story though as the top Online Bookmakers obviously make allowances. We have an data on overall NRL line betting results as well as separate tables for home and away NRL line betting.
In our NRL Odds Results section you will find data on each teams betting results against the head to head odds. Each team is ranked by their profit or loss based on betting $100 on each team each week at their average odds. When betting NRL Head to Head odds which are also commonly referred to as moneyline odds, it is all about the odds price you get. For instance in the 2007 season the Melbourne Storm had a perfect 12-0 home record and had you bet $100 on them each week you would have made a profit of +$335, which is roughly a 28% return on your investment. Melbourne's average money line odds for their 12 home games was 1.279 and their +$335 ranked them in 3rd spot for home game profitability. The Gold Coast Titans had an 8-4-0 home record that season and showed a profit of +$498 or 41.5% ROI while the Dragons only went 6-6-0 and still showed a profit of +$336.
After viewing the current or historical NRL results you might like to take a look at the NRL ladder section of the site to see how your team is situated. We have current and historical overall ladders, home and away ladders which include points for and against, points differential, games played and competition points.