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Rugby League betting odds at Coral
There’s plenty to play for in rugby league this year, with a World Cup on the horizon and some typically fierce club competitions to get stuck into. At Coral, you can be sure we’ll be watching every minute.
We’ve got thousands of different markets and ways to bet on rugby league throughout the season. You’ll be able to find the best odds on every game, whether you’re betting pre-match or In-Play. Whatever you’re here for, have your say on the action.
Which leagues do we cover?
At Coral we offer bets on every match of the Super League season, including the showpiece Grand Final. And we’ll also be providing pre-match and In-Play markets throughout the Rugby League World Cup. With bets on match winners, tries, conversions, and more, we’ve got you covered.
Featuring the 12 best teams from the Northern Hemisphere competing across 29 games each, the Super League is arguably the hottest contest in the sport. With the top six teams going into the play-offs for a crack at the Grand Final, and subsequent World Club Challenge Cup, the stakes are high.
Only four teams have ever won the Grand Final, with Leeds Rhinos and current champions St. Helens having both lifted the Super League Trophy eight times. Can St. Helens continue their incredible streak of reaching every final? Have your say with our range of rugby league betting markets.
One of the oldest and most prestigious rugby league competitions, the Challenge Cup is a truly unique proposition. Starting with amateur teams in the first round before the big hitters join the fray, it ends with a high-profile Wembley final. With northern giants Wigan, Leeds, St. Helens and Warrington always desperate to win, who will you place your bets on?
National Rugby League
Heading to the other side of the world, you’ll find plenty of action in the National Rugby League, held in Australia and New Zealand. The South Sydney Rabbitohs have won an impressive 21 championships, but the most recent titles have ended up in the hands of holders Melbourne Storm and local rivals Sydney Roosters.
Who are you backing? We’ve got all your outright markets as well as plenty of variety with our pre-match and In-Play coverage for you to make your picks.
The Rugby League World Cup touches down in England this year, with the action taking place from 23rd October – 27th November 2021. The hosts will be looking to avenge 2017’s final defeat at the hands of reigning champs Australia, hoping home advantage will be enough to see them over the line this time.
And of course, we’ve got all angles covered for each of the 16 teams, from Jamaica to New Zealand, with our rugby league betting odds. There’s always so much in store at this showpiece tournament and thousands of ways to bet.