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?
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.