Rugby League World Cup Betting
The Rugby League World Cup is the principle international tournament in Rugby League. Unlike the football World Cup, the Rugby League World Cup takes place at varying intervals.
The next Rugby League World Cup will take place in the United Kingdom in 2013. But, despite being some time away yet, people are already weighing in with their opinions on the next Rugby League World Cup.
Despite the 2013 Rugby League World Cup being the 14th tournament, only 3 teams have so far lifted the crown. Prior to 2008, only Australia and Great Britain had won, but New Zealand beat Australia 34-20 to become the 3rd winners. Despite this, in 2013 Australia are expected to be once again hot favourites in the Rugby League World Cup betting markets. England will be hoping to take full advantage of “home” advantage, though they will still no doubt start as 3rd favourites behind both Australia and New Zealand in the betting.
During the 2013 Rugby League World Cup fans will also be able to bet on a number of other markets, such as top scorer. These types of bets are often more favoured by Rugby League fans as they offer the chance to win more money than if simply betting on the outright market, where Australia will no doubt offer poor value for money. In 2008 the top try scorer was Billy Slater who scorer 7 times. Jonathan Thurston picked up the award for tops points scorer with 50.
In the UK, the Rugby League World Cup will be featured heavily across all the major online betting sites. During 2008 most sites choose to re-brand their homepage in order to accommodate the huge demand for Rugby League World Cup bets. As technologies improve, however, punters are expected to use comparison services such as those offered by RugbyLeagueBetting.net to find the best odds on the Rugby League World Cup.
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