Rugby League World Cup Final

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The 2013 Rugby League World Cup final takes place at Old Trafford in Manchester on the 30th of November with World Cup holders New Zealand challenging eight-time champions Australia.

It's a repeat of the 2008 final when New Zealand beat the Aussies 34-20, so if you fancy New Zealand’s chances this year be sure to check the betting promotions that bookies have for the Rugby League World Cup final and grab a free bet offer or two!

Old Trafford is without doubt “The Theatre of Dreams”, but for all but two of the fourteen nations who started the tournament the dream is over. It’s now your chance to use bookies offers to pick the winner of this all ‘down under’ final and make your own dreams come true.

Heroes will be made in those 80 minutes of the 2013 Rugby World Cup final. But if the game should run over and into extra time, Bet365 will keep your rugby bet active and then settle it on the final result when you place a bet on any Rugby League or Rugby Union match.

Basically if your bet lost at the end of normal time, Bet365 offer an extra chance to win!

Road To The Rugby World Cup Final

It’s been a long road to the Rugby World Cup final and you may have already used bookies free bets along the way. In the semis New Zealand scored a thrilling late win over England in a game that could have gone either way at Wembley.

Perhaps you bet on England to win? At half time the score was 8-8 with England leading until Shaun Johnson scored a try in the final minute, converting it himself and stealing victory from the home side. The Kiwis won 20-18.

Australia thrashed Fiji 64-0 in the other semi-final. Jarryd Hayne, who actually played for Fiji at the last World Cup, scored a hat-trick in what became an unstoppable Australian runaway victory. If you watched either semi-final on your PC, tablet or phone you may already have taken advantage of live streaming.

William Hill offers betting markets as live streams which mean that you can watch the action live on your tablet, phone or PC. Simply bet at least £1 on any of the events that William Hill show live and you’ll be able to live stream it.

Rugby World Cup Final Betting

Old Trafford is no stranger to top quality Rugby League having hosted all Super League Grand Finals since 1998 and the final of the Rugby League World Cup back in 2000.

It’s the perfect venue and the largest club football ground in England, the atmosphere on the day will be electric. If your'e at the game - or even watching it on TV - and fancy a free bet on the action, SportingBet offer to refund first mobile bets with a free bet of equal value.

Simply bet up to £20 on SportingBet’s mobile site and - win or lose – they’ll refund your stake within 48 hours! (terms apply to SportingBet's free bet offer on mobile bets).

So who’s going to win the 2013 Rugby World Cup Final and how should you be using bookies betting offers? In terms of best odds Ladbrokes and Bet365 offer odds of 1/3 on Australia winning, whilst Coral offer best odds on New Zealand at 11/4.

If you feel that the sides are evenly matched then PaddyPower offers best odds on the match finishing up as a draw at 22/1 which could land you winnings of £1,100 if you put £50 on it.