In my post AFL 2015 Premiership Odds I included a table with the odds for the 2015 AFL Premiership. That table only had the odds supplied by bet365 . Both Sportingbet and Sportsbet had not posted their odds yet. I mentioned that to a friend of mine and he said he’d already placed his bets for the 2015 final the other day using Sportsbet. I asked him if he had done it via the app and he said he did it online using his PC.
As soon as I got home I checked my apps again and again bet365 was the only one who had listed the2015 AFL Premiership odds. I then went online using my trusty MacBook Air and low and behold Sportsbet had their 2015 AFL Premiership odds up. Not so SportingBet.
Looking at the updated 2015 AFL Premiership odds it seems that Sportsbet has better odd on several of the AFL teams. Mainly, Goldcoast, Adelaide, West Coast, Carlton, Greater Western Sydney and Western Bulldogs. If you were thinking of placing a bet on any of those teams winning the finals next year then your best bet so far would be Sportsbet.
Do you remember that post I did on the Best Sports Betting App? In that post Sportsbet won the best sports betting app by a nose. Well, perhaps now that we know that bet365 updates their up a lot sooner than the other too it could tip the scales that little bit to make bet365 the winner. What do you think? Is it enough to tip the scales or do you think that the best sports betting app still belongs to Sportsbet?
Once Sportingbet publishes their figure I will do another followup post.
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