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Australia loves the gallops and the spring and autumn racing carnivals are perfectly place during the year to capture the attention of the footy bettors who have extra time and cash while the AFL and NRL are on holiday.
The National Basketball Association (NBA) is one of the most watched sports leagues on the planet and with it’s huge popularity there is no surprise to such a large interest in betting on the NBA each season.
The Spring Carnival is the highlight on the Australian racing calendar with many of Australia’s and the worlds best gallopers descending on Melbourne to stake their claims at the millions of prizemoney on offer.
The Brownlow Medal is the most prestigious individual award handed out by the AFL and it is quite an interesting market.
The English Premier League is one of the most popular foreign sports to bet on in Australia. Given the popularity of the EPL, many bookmakers will often offer great bonus bet offers and money back promotions.
The Cox Plate is a weight-for-age race for three year old horses and older. The Cox Plate is run at Moonee Valley Racecourse and has a long and distinguished history. Some of the quality horses to have won the Cox Plate include Phar Lap, Sunline, Northerly, Kingston Town and of course Winx.
The Caulfield Cup is run over 2400 metres and attracts many of the world’s best horses each year. With $5,000,000 in prizemoney up for grabs it’s no surprise that the Group One staying race gets plenty of attention across the world and sees an incredible amount wagered on the race each year.
The Melbourne Cup is often referred to as ‘The race that stops a nation’ but in reality it attracts plenty of attention from all across the globe. The Melbourne Cup is the most wagered on race in Australia each year and is watched by millions.
The A-League is Australia’s premier football competition and is growing in popularity each and every reason in a nation that’s dominated by Australian Rules and Rugby League fans.
The Australian Open of tennis rolls into Melbourne midway through January each year and being the first Grand Slam of the year can often be the most unpredictable tournament but also offer the best value for punters.
The Big Bash League’s history may be short but it’s made huge strides in attracting new fans to the game and with that a whole new range of betting markets and options available.
Australian Rules football is arguably the #1 sport in Australia and is one of the favoured sports to bet on by punters. The large range of available markets at on any given game attracts a wide range of punters.
One of the top sports in Australia, naturally, is cricket and as summer progresses, punters all around the country will be seeking the best dividends from all of the various grades and markets.
The State of Origin series between New South Wales and Queensland is one of the most anticipated sporting events of the year and attracts a lot of interest when it comes to betting.
Victoria Derby Day is one of the biggest days on the Australian racing calendar. Flemington Racecourse plays host to four Group One races along with a number of Group Two and Group Three races.
MMA (Mixed martial arts) continues to grow and has fast become one of the most popular sports for punters to watch and bet on. With the increased popularity, the UFC has fast become one of the most wagered on sports across the globe.
The National Football League (NFL) is one of the World’s biggest sporting leagues across the world. The NFL is set in the USA although it is televised around the world with Australia one of their biggest viewers outside of the States.
The National Basketball League (NBL) is Australia’s premier basketball competition and its recent revival and increased media coverage has been attracting a lot of new punters to the sport.
Rugby has been played in Australia and around the world and legend has it that the game took its name from the English town of Rugby in Warwickshire in the West Midland region.
When we were tykes, our parents would threaten us with loss of TV privileges if we did not turn the bloody thing off and come to dinner, or do our schoolwork.