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    Sportsbet NRL Grand Final Odds

    Sportsbet is obviously Australia’s biggest, and favourite bookie for a reason.

    With a wide range of promotions, and bonus bets – Sportsbet is the go-to betting site for almost every Aussie.

    If you’re looking to punt on the NRL Grand Final Odds and Markets, Sportsbet should be your first choice, every step of the way.

    They have the best user interface, the widest range of markets – including coin toss winner, or whether the total points combined will be odd or even – and they have the best odds. As well as this, you can combine two Same Game Multi’s, which isn’t offered by any other betting company.

    Say you want to punt on the AFL Grand Final, and the NRL Grand Final, and you want both to be in a Same Game Multi, just add them to your bet slip as per usual, Sportsbet will combine them automatically and pump out the odds.

    Which are more often than not, incredibly large. Another bonus about Sportsbet is, well, their bonus bets! They offer a wide range of promos, particularly on the NRL Grand Final – place a 3+ leg Same Game Multi, and if one leg fails, you get your money back in bonus bets!

    There’s also markets which are exclusive to Sportsbet, called BYO Sportsbet. This includes differing types of value bets, determined by the company themselves. They have great odds, and are always extraordinarily likely to get up. The NRL Grand Final has over 20 BYO Sportsbet markets – which give you a bit more bang for your buck!

    Now, you’re probably thinking:

    ‘This sounds pretty good… but how does it all work!? I still need more information!’

    And that’s why we’re here to help.

    Instead of placing a bet on ‘Josh Addo-Carr to Score 2 or More Tries,’ you can instead combine this with other bets you think will get up.

    Then, hopefully with a little luck, you can get more bang for your buck!

    If you navigate to any ‘NRL Market,’ you will see either an ‘All Markets’ subsection, or a ‘Same Game Multi’ Icon. Click on the Same Game Multi Button and add your selections one by one.

    They will automatically appear in your Bet Slip, adding to the Same Game Multi and Calculating the odds for you as you go!

    When will it be played?

    The NRL Grand Final is most typically played on the Sunday night before NSW’s Labour Day holiday. The 2020 edition was obviously interrupted by Covid-19, and was pushed back a few weeks – but the schedule is expected to return to normal in 2021. Every NRL Grand Final since 1999 has been held at ANZ Stadium in Sydney, giving NSW teams a cheeky home ground advantage.

    2021 NRL Grand Final Odds

    NRL Teams

    2021 NRL Grand Final odds

    Penrith Panthers $5.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Sydney Roosters $6.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Melbourne Storm $6.50 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    South Sydney Rabbitohs $6.50 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Canberra Raiders $10.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Parramatta Eels $13.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Manly Sea Eagles $15.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Gold Coast Titans $17.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Newcastle Knights $17.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    North Queensland Cowboys $21.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Cronulla Sharks $26.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Wests Tigers $26.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    New Zealand Warriors $31.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Brisbane Broncos $41.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    St George Illawarra Dragons $41.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet
    Canterbury Bulldogs $67.00 Best Odds @ Sportsbet

    What markets can I punt on?

    As well as punting on the NRL Grand Final Odds and Futures Markets, there’s also a wide range of differing bets you can place when the GF comes into fruition. Check them out below.

    NRL Grand Final Odds Tip 1 - Head to Head

    Head to Head odds and line betting is obviously the most popular market when it comes to regular season games, and the NRL Grand Final.

    It’s obviously important to do your research when it comes to placing a head to head bet on the NRL Grand Final, and take into account numerous factors – including current form, both side’s records against the team at the venue, injury concerns, and weather conditions.

    Extreme value can be found here, because the match pits the two best teams in the NRL against each other, the odds then become invariably closer than they would in a regular season game.

    NRL Grand Final Odds Tip 2 - Line Betting

    Line betting is another popular market, when it comes to both the Regular Season, and the NRL Grand Final.

    It essentially gives a team a head star, or handicap, depending on who enters the match as a favourite. Similar to the head to head market, the line betting market is much tighter than a regular season match up.

    NRL Grand Final Odds Tip 3 - Clive Churchill Medal Betting

    This is an exciting market to punt on – but also a risky one, considering you have to determine the best player on the ground before the match has actually begun.

    The Clive Churchill Medal is awarded to the player best adjudged afield in the NRL Grand Final, and is designated by the Aussie national team selectors.

    It’s the most bet-upon exotic in the biggest and most popular match of the year. Bets on the Clive Churchill Medal are almost always placed as a futures option, prior to the game – live markets are available throughout the 80 minutes, but Australian’s can only access these by ringing the bookie over the phone.

    NRL Grand Final Odds Tip 4 - NRL Grand Final Try Scorer Betting

    Outside of the Clive Churchill Medal Market, the Try Scorer betting markets are the most popular NRL betting type for the grand final.

    It’s obviously due to the simplicity of the market, making the investment popular and easy to go through with.

    This market represents massive odds – as Grand Finals can often be low or high scoring, and are not yet determined. As well as placing a punt on a player to score a try at any time, you can also punt on a player to score a try in the first or second half, or score multiple tries throughout the 80 minutes.

    NRL Grand Final Odds Tip 5 - First Try Scorer

    You sly dog. Clearly the best NRL Grand Final odds are found here, in the first try scorer market. This market can be a frustrating yet rewarding betting experience for casual, or experienced punters.

    Punters and fans alike can increase their chances of winning this bet, by following the game closely. This allows for knowledge of which players are likely to get the ball in their hands, and which side a team plays to more often.

    How do I watch?

    The NRL Grand Final day coverage starts hours before the game, with the large preview and build up giving you all the time in the world to place those last-minute punts.

    Aussie broadcasters, Channel 9, and Foxtel, own the rights to telecast the NRL Grand Final – with Channel 9 able to broadcast both live and free. This means they also own the rights to live stream the NRL Grand Final in Australia, so just download the app or watch via the website.

    Fast Facts

    • The largest crowd in Rugby League history was the NRL Grand Final in 1999, between Melbourne Storm and St George Illawarra Dragons. It was at Sydney’s Olympic Park Stadium and there were 107,999 fans present.
    • In 2015, another record was broken, this time for the most Australians tuned in to watch the NRL Grand Final. This number sat at a staggering 4.4 million, which eclipsed the AFL by almost half a million viewers
    • When the Melbourne Storm hammered the Manly Sea Eagles 34-8 in the 2007 Grand Final – they also rolled over the record for amount of meters run, at 1,887
    • Only 4 blokes in NRL history have won the Clive Churchill Medal in a losing side, Bradley Clyde in 1991, Brad Mackay in 1993, Daly Cherry-Evans in 2013 and Jack Wighton in 2019
    • There’s only 1 bloke in history that has won the Clive Churchill Medal more than once, in 1989 and 1991, and his name is Bradley Clyde – a former Raider and Bulldog
    • The fastest try in NRL History was scored in just two minutes and eight seconds by Canberra Raiders back-rower, David Furner, in 1994
    • In 2009, Nathan Hindmarsh from the Parramatta Eels laid another NRL record, this time for tackles… it sits at an astounding 64 against the Melbourne Storm, including an incredible 13 in the opening 10 minutes