After 10 rounds and a qualifying final, the Super Rugby Australia champions will be crowned on Saturday night as the Brumbies and Reds face off for the title.
SUPER RUGBY TIPS & BETTING ADVICE
Super Rugby is a professional men’s rugby union competition that has 15 teams from Argentina, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and South Africa.
BETTING ON SUPER RUGBY
Super Rugby offers the same betting experience that you would expect from other rugby union competitions. From head to head betting to line betting and margins, bookmakers offer all the popular bet types throughout the Super Rugby season.
SUPER RUGBY BET TYPES
We are well and truly living in the digital age where tasks can be completed with the click of a button. One of those is the emergence of online betting. With an online account, you can place bets on your favourite Super Rugby matches. We will explain the most popular bet types for Super Rugby.
HEAD TO HEAD
As simple as it gets in the sports betting world. Place a bet on the team that you think will win a match. If they do, your bet is successful.
Common terms for head to head betting are favourite and underdog, where the latter is the team given the least likely chance of winning; their odds will be higher than the favourite’s odds.
Line betting or handicap betting is where bookmakers give the underdog a head start by a certain amount of points. The amount they are given depends on the head to head odds between the teams. For example, the Crusaders continue to dominate the Super Rugby competition and when they play a team like the Waratahs, bookmakers may set the line as follows:
• Crusaders -18.5
• Waratahs +18.5
There are only two possible outcomes.
The Crusaders win by 19 or more points which means the Crusaders -18.5 handicap bet wins or the Crusaders win by 1-18 points or the Waratahs win by any margin and the Waratahs +18.5 handicap bet is the winner.
For Super Rugby matches, bookmakers will break the result into two possible margins for both teams. Each team has a 1-12 option and a 13+ result. Dominant favourites will be expected to win by 13+ and their odds for this option will be much lower than 1-12.
Predicting the first try scorer in Super Rugby matches is not easy but successfully predicting the correct player is rewarding with good odds on offer for your favourite players. Most bookmakers also offer betting on the last try scorer in a match too.