NRL Grand Final 2010 - Sports Odds

Published October 4, 2010

NRL Grand Final 2010 - Sports Odds

The countdown begins for a fascinating final.

The NRL Grand Final 2010 is nearly upon us and the battle between the Roosters and the Dragons is hotly anticipated. The Dragons may have proven themselves the strongest performers in the league so far but as bettors and sports fans alike know, when it comes to grand finals, it's anyone's game.

Two Very Different Sides

The Roosters may not have reached the final quite so emphatically but they have certainly grafted their way to the final, showing real spirit to earn their place.

Not only is there a natural underdog in this clash but both teams have naturally opposing playing styles. The Dragons' preferring a yardage game whereas the Roosters often chase goal from inside their own half.

NRL 2010 Odds

So who is the bookies favorite? Check out Australian Sports Zone at Betfair, which has the latest odds plus a detailed form guide to help you choose who to put your money on.

No surprises here, currently The Dragons are favorites at 1.7 with The Roosters at 2.42. However, whatever the sportsbooks say, you never quite know in a final - the players get caught up in the emotion and the crowd sings loud, spurring on their side and bolstering them when they need to get back into the game.

Best Odds at Betfair

Betfair is the world's biggest betting community and is one of the few global brands with an Australian registered site. Ozzie NRL fans can take advantage of in-play telephone betting as well as pre-match wagers.

The 2010 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand Final between the St George Illawarra Dragons and Sydney Roosters is a complete sell-out with a crowd of 82,000 crazed NRL fans waiting to relish every moment. Millions more will enjoy the game at home or down the pub and thousands will place a bet on their favored team. Get down to Betfair for all the stats and great odds.

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