To keep up to date with the latest fluctuations to various NRL odds, especially the futures markets that change week-by-week, this is the place for you.
By monitoring the changes to popular futures markets such as the NRL Premiership, the Dally M Medal, and the Top Try Scorer among others, punters can gain an advantage. Not only will they be better informed on what to place their hard earned on, but when to place the bet.
Furthermore, fluctuations in these NRL odds will also give punters a leg-up when placing bets on individual games during the season.
Not to be confused with the NRL Minor Premiership market that denotes the team that will finish the regular season in first place, the NRL Premiership odds relate to the teams who will be winning come Grand Final day. These odds change weekly based on a number of criteria. Not only a team's current form, but their injuries and suspensions, upcoming fixtures, and type of victories or defeats all have bearing on the odds.
Similarly, the Dally M and Top Try Scorer markets tend to change week-by-week due to a variety of factors.
The Dally M is the highest individual honour in the NRL, awarded to the best player during the regular season.
Each game, the three best players on the park are awarded 3, 2 and 1 points respectively, with majority of the votes taking place behind closed doors for most of the season. You know that when the odds consistently shorten in this market for certain players, they must be in some red-hot form and giving their team a boost.
The Top Try Scorer market is less of a mystery, with punters able to see who is leading the competition for most tries each week. However, these NRL odds can be just as informative in revealing which teams have point-scoring capability in their ranks. And of course, it's always worth seeing where the money is going in this market, especially when the favourites don't line up with the top try scorer leaderboard.
By following all the NRL odds updates throughout the season, punters can only benefit when it comes to placing a bet on the NRL.