England Super League Betting Odds Comparison

The Super League has now been around for more than 20 years, which will no doubt make some people who can remember its inception back in 1996 feel very old. It has been a huge success and has really helped rugby league grow and as it has grown, interest in betting on the Super League has also increased. Super League betting is now offered by all the best bookies, with more markets than ever, as well as more promotions and offers and bigger and better odds.

The easiest way to increase your long term profitability when it comes to betting on any sport is only ever to place bets at the best available odds. Our odds comparison for the Super League means you can very easily – and best of all quickly – see all the best betting odds on a range of rugby markets. Whether you want to bet on the outright winner of the Grand Final, who will win the regular season league title or indeed any of the hundreds of individual matches along the way, our odds comparison is a great first step when it comes to betting in rugby.

Those betting on Super League XXI (that’s 21 for those not familiar with Roman numerals!) will by now have hopefully already made a decent profit. The season started back in February, the move to summer rugby now meaning the campaign runs from then until the Grand Final in early autumn.

Super League, as said, has been a huge success but one area where there is still a lot of work to do is in improving the popularity of the sport beyond its geographic power base along the M62 corridor in the north of England. The first ever Super League saw betting fans punting on sides such as Paris Saint-Germain and London Broncos, whilst since then other teams such as Crusaders (from Wales) and Gateshead Thunder have come and gone.

The current format of the league sees Catalans Dragons, established in 2000 and based in Perpignan in France, as one of 12 teams who play 23 games during the first phase of Super League. This entails 11 games home and away and one neutral clash as part of the Magic Weekend roadshow. The top eight then play each other once in the Super 8 stage, before the top four meet in the semis, the winners going forward to the Grand Final at Old Trafford.

Betting on the Super League is a brilliant way to make a thrilling sport even more exciting and with such a huge range of markets these days there is a bet to suit everyone. If you like small stakes and big wins then check out the first tryscorer odds, whilst the match odds are great if you just want to back a side to win, and these are covered by our odds comparison too.

The Super League offers great betting action for a good seven months of the year or so and with games taking place virtually every week in that period, from Thursday to Sunday most weeks, there is plenty for punters to get stuck into.

At this stage in the season Wigan Warriors are the bookies’ Grand Final favourites but the odds suggest that Warrington and Saints can’t be written off, whilst Catalans will hope they can become the first non-English side to taste Super League glory.

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