William Hill's Best Odds & Click to Call Refund on Roosters v Bulldogs

Get the best non promo price on the Roosters to beat the Bulldogs in their NRL Semi Final on Friday night, with William Hill.

The Roosters and Canterbury clash in Friday night first’s NRL Semi Final. The Minor Premiers stumbled against the Storm last Friday but was it just a minor slip up? They can’t afford another failure and the bookies believe they’ll bounce back against the Bulldogs. William Hill will offer the best odds on of any non-promotional price when you wager on the Roosters this Friday.

Best Odds Offer on the Roosters to Beat Bulldogs

William Hill’s Best Odds Special on NRL and AFL favourites during the finals series, guarantees their clients get the top odds on the shortest priced sides, compared to major Australian online bookmakers. Back the favourite on William Hill’s Head to Head market on the day of the match and you’ll get better prices than those offered by Sportsbet, TAB, Crownbet, Ubet (Tatts) and Ladbrokes, at the time the wager is made. The top odds only include regular prices however; if rivals have an offer on the game which provides enhanced odds, William Hill can’t guarantee the highest price.

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Bulldogs bad Recent Record against Roosters

The Roosters are currently $1.38 favourites to conquer Canterbury while the Dogs are $3 outsiders. The chooks beat the Bulldogs twice in the regular season winning by 14 points and 10 points in round 10 and round 21 respectively. They dominate recent history between the 2 sides with 5 victories in the pair’s last 6 encounters.

Click to Call Refund on Roosters or Bulldogs

William Hill is also offering a refund on your first losing Head to Head live wager on the game. Back either side via the bookmaker’s Click to Call in play betting service and if the team you back loses the game but scores last you’ll get your stake back up to $50. Customers can place a live bet just after the contest kicks off or midway through the match; it’s their choice.

So will the Roosters romp to a third victory over the Dogs this year and keep their hopes of doing the double in 2015 alive?