First Points Refund on Round 12 NRL Games
May 27, 2015
We rationed our rugby league intake in round 11 with only 4 matches played but an almost full fixture list returns for round 12 with only Wests Tigers and the Bulldogs enjoying the bye. While clubs count the cost of Wednesday night’s State of Origin opener and questions remain over which Queensland and New South Wales players will back this weekend, one thing is for certain. If you bet on the footy with William Hill you could save some serious cash if you lose.
First Points Refund
Place head to head bets on round 12 games and if your side scores first but lose William Hill will return your stake. That’s money back, up to 100 bucks if your selections open the scoring but end up on the wrong side of the score-line. William Hill Members’ first bet per match qualifies for the offer, giving punters a potential 7 chances to get their cash back.
Round 12 Head to Head Odds
Penrith play Parramatta on Friday night with the latter over $3 to win the contest. The Eels are in last place, with the Panthers around $1.40 to keep them there. All 3 Queensland teams are in action on Saturday. Gold Coast are paying more than $2.55 to beat a Bunnies side that’s gone off the boil. The Rabbitohs only just snuck past the Eels last Friday but they’re around $1.50 to secure back to back wins for the first time since round 3. The second placed Broncos are even money outsiders against Canberra. Brisbane upset the Knights away without their Origin contingent on Monday night and will be looking for another win on the road, with their stars back on board. The Cowboys also won away without their rep players in round 11; keeping the Tigers scoreless to record a club record 8th straight victory. At under $1.30 to continue their winning streak against Manly in Townsville, they’re the shortest priced favourites in round 12.
The Warriors aren’t paying much more than that to beat Newcastle in New Zealand on Sunday, while St George Illawarra are a touch over $1.40 to beat Cronulla in their local derby. The Roosters and Melbourne meet on Monday night. Both sides had plenty playing in Origin. The Storm are around $2.40 to win despite leading the competition.
Wager with William Hill on the NRL and know your money is safe no matter what the outcome, if your side gets off the mark first.