NRL Wooden Spoon Odds (Least Wins) 2021
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NRL Wooden Spoon Odds 2021: $3.75
The Canterbury Bulldogs shouldn’t be paying this much to take home the NRL Wooden Spoon… they’re awful!
Well, the reason their NRL Wooden Spoon Odds are at a dangerous $3.75 because the side have obtained one of the most League’s most esteemed wingers.
While Josh Addo-Carr was sniped for the top try scorer of the year award, it doesn’t mean he was far behind. In a multi million dollar deal – the Sydney side have lured Addo-Carr back to home, and he’s looking to bring some much-needed offensive play back to the side.
🏃🏾♂️ Let’s trot!#proudtobeabulldog
— Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (@NRL_Bulldogs) December 16, 2020
‘The Fox’ has scored 73 tries in 96 NRL Games with the Tigers and Storm, and has also won two premierships at Melbourne in 2017 and 2020.
Addo-Carr will now be a part of the Bulldogs mega rebuild – which is why their NRL wooden spoon odds have been bumped up.
Keep your money, and look to place it on the team below, in more ways than one.
NRL Wooden Spoon Odds 2021: $5.50
The Brisbane Broncos have not been having a good run of it.
Last season was their worst in the history books, which some have blamed on former coach, Anthony Seibold.
The side have also lost some of their most precious talent, making it all the more likely they’ll be bringing the NRL Wooden Spoon home to Queensland next year.
Jack Bird, Darius Boyd, David Fifita, Joe Ofahengaue, Xavier Coates, Andrew McCullough and Anthony Milford are all players who are slated to depart the Broncos next season, and without this array of stars, the side is looking in a state of, well, disarray.
— Brisbane Broncos (@brisbanebroncos) November 29, 2020
Although they have a new Head Coach bringing experience to the side – it’s too little, too late for the side to find their footing next season.
The Broncos will be your best bet in terms of the NRL Wooden Spoon Odds.
New Zealand Warriors
NRL Wooden Spoon Odds 2021: $15.00
The New Zealand Warriors actually had a few good runs of it a decade-or-so back – so let’s run through what exactly happened to make them one of the top 4 picks to take home the NRL Wooden Spoon in 2021…
Ultimately, they are paying the big bucks to take home the NRL Wooden Spoon next season, but is this punt viable?
Well, looking at the fact that the side are going to be spending almost half of their season in the ‘Australia Bubble,’ unable to play on their own home turf, may give a pretty clear indication.
That off-season seemed to go quick 😅 pic.twitter.com/oD1xb4SCrC
— Vodafone Warriors (@NZWarriors) January 2, 2021
The side have also consecutively finished in the bottom 8, or just above, since 2011, making it pretty apparent they’ll be heading down that route again in 2021, unless they can make some drastic alterations.
Gold Coast Titans
NRL Wooden Spoon Odds 2021: $23.00
The Gold Coast Titans are also in the same boat as the Warriors, struggling to make it up that ladder to an acclaimed (for them, anyway) 8th place position.
The difference between them and the Warriors, though, is that they look like they’re on the upswing in terms of playing style and players signed, in general.
They’ll be hungry to make the 8 next year – and even if they don’t, they won’t be near the bottom of the lower-tier.
Jamal Fogarty has two goals for next season:
1. Top 8 and finals footy in ’21
2. Make the #7 jersey his own
— Gold Coast Titans (@GCTitans) December 28, 2020
If you’re looking for a Rookie Punt on the NRL Wooden Spoon, or something to hedge your bets on – you can go for the Gold Coast Titans, but, seeing as they’re paying $1.95 to make it into the top 8 – you might be losing that bet next year.
Full NRL Wooden Spoon Market (Least Wins)
|St George Illawarra Dragons||$5.50|
|New Zealand Warriors||$15.00|
|North Queensland Cowboys||$15.00|
|Gold Coast Titans||$23.00|
|Manly Sea Eagles||$26.00|
|South Sydney Rabbitohs||$81.00|
*Odds are Correct at time of Publication