Rugby League Tips & Predictions


Rugby League Betting Tips


Rugby league originated in Northern England in 1895 and is now a popular sport in Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific islands and southwest France. The National Rugby League (NRL) and the European Super League are the main club competitions.

State of Origin is a three game series played each year between Australian states New South Wales and Queensland that is extremely popular. Rugby league is played internationally with Australia, England and New Zealand the strongest nations. Australia have dominated internationally, winning the past nine Rugby League World Cups.

Here at FreeTips.com we provide regular Rugby league Tips which include our Bet of the Round, Tryscorer Tips, Rugby league Total Tips and Rugby league Accumulator Tips. We also provide outright Rugby league betting tips for the NRL, Super League, State of Origin and Rugby League World Cup.

We have one mission at FreeTips.com, to provide you with expertly researched Rugby league tips that you can use to consistently win your Rugby league bets.

Betting On Rugby League


There are over 100 different ways to bet on a game of rugby league. One thing to remember is that some bookmakers include extra time and some do not, so it pays to do your homework. 

There is a tiny chance of a draw if the scores are still tied after extra time, but it doesn’t happen often enough to warrant consideration. Here are some of the most common types of betting markets: 

Head to Head: Also known as the win market, simply select which team you think will win the game. 

Line: The line in rubgy league is simply a handicap. If the line is set at -9.5 against your team, they must win by 10 points or more for your bet to cash. Alternatively, if the line is +9.5 for your selected team, they must lose by 9 points or less for your bet to cash.

Total Match Points: The bookmaker will set a total number of combined points to be scored in the match, you select if the total will go over or under that number.

First Tryscorer: Predict which player will score the first try.

Anytime Tryscorer: Less risk than the first tryscorer bet, choose a player to score a try at anytime throughout the game.

Anytime Tryscorer / Match Winner: This is a combination of Head to Head and Anytime Tryscorer. Select a player to score a try anytime and his team to win, and if both things happen you’re a winner.