Gallagher Premiership betting round-up | Exeter and Wasps advance

The Premiership play-off final is set – but how much money could rugby spread betting fans have won from the weekend’s semi-finals? It’s time to find out!

How many times have Wasps won the Premiership title?

Try celebration by Zach Kibirige of Wasps during the Gallagher Premiership Rugby Semi Final Match between Wasps and Bristol Bears at Ricoh Arena on 10 October. Photo: Steve Bond/PPAUK/Gallagher

In a thrilling semi-final, Wasps took one step closer to their 7th Premiership title – and first since 2007/08 – as they beat Bristol Bears 47-24.

That 13 point deficit meant buying a tight SpreadEX Wasps/Bristol Goal Supremacy spread of 0-3 won you 10 times your initial stake.

It was a try-heavy fixture, with 5 for Wasps and 4 for the Bears. If you bought a Total Tries spread of 5.1-5.5, that’s 3.5 times your opening wager ((5 + 4) – 5.5 = 3.5).

As for Total Points, that market hit a tasty 71. Back an opening spread of 44-47, then, and you picked up 24 times your original bet ((47 + 24) – 47 = 24).

With 6 of those 9 tries coming in the 2nd half, the Total Try Minutes market rocketed to 461. If you bought at an opening price of 224-241, that’s a 220 times multiplier.

And for those looking for a higher risk bet, if you backed a Match Multi-Points spread of 505-549 – where it’s 1st Half Points x 2nd Half Points – a makeup of 1204 left you with 655 times your initial bet.

How many times have Exeter reached the Premiership play-off finals?

Smashing Bath 35-6, league leaders Exeter booked a well-deserved place in their 5th consecutive Premiership final, chasing a 2nd title after stumbling at the finishing line for the past 2 seasons.

That scoreline meant buying an Exeter/Bath Points Supremacy spread of 7-10 made you 19 times your initial stake ((35 – 6) – 10 = 19).

Bath’s collapse, however, meant you needed to sell a Total Points spread of 43-46 to earn 2 times your opening wager.

With 5 tries total for the hosts, buying an Exeter Tries Squared spread of 13-16 saw you pick up 9 times your original bet ((5 x 5) – 16 = 9).  

When is the 2019/20 Premiership Rugby final?

Exeter and Wasp face a repeat of their final regular season face-off on October 24th, at 6pm on BT Sport 1. SpreadEX have the Chiefs winning the title, at an Exeter/Wasps Points Supremacy spread of 7-10.

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