Head to Head Refund on NRL Matches as Regular Season Draws to a Close

There's just 16 games left in the NRL regular season and punters can get a refund on every match remaining, thanks to Sportsbet. Place head to head bets and you'll get your cash back if your side blows a half time lead.

2 rounds remain in the regular season of the NRL and there’s still plenty to be decided. There’s a 3 way race at the top of table for the Minor Premiership while the top 8 hasn’t quite been decided just yet. As if the excitement in the last 16 games isn’t enough, Sportsbet’s offer on the remaining matches is adding even more intrigue.

Sportsbet’s Head to Head Refund

Back a team to win in any round 25 or round 26 match on Sportsbet and if your selection leads at half time but loses you’ll be refunded. Sportsbet members will get their money back, up to $100 if their side is defeated having been in front at the break. First head to head bets per match qualify for Sportsbet’s popular NRL offer.

Round 25 Preview

The Rabbitohs rematch with Brisbane kicks off round 25 on Thursday night. The pair also kicked off the season on a Thursday night when Souths smashed the Broncos in the opening round. But if the visitors can get revenge in Sydney they’ll move back into first. The current league leaders are chasing an eleventh straight win when they tackle Manly at Brookvale Oval on Friday night; but the Roosters face a tough task against a Sea Eagles side desperate to keep their finals hopes alive. The Cowboys who sit third on points difference are also on the road in round 25. North Queensland meet Melbourne on Saturday night. Other Saturday fixtures sees Parramatta play Cronulla and Newcastle hosts the Bulldogs.

The eighth placed Dragons can all but assure finals footy if they beat Gold Coast on Sunday afternoon but the Titans know victory is one big step to avoiding the wooden spoon. The Wests Tigers are currently at the bottom but could move out of last place with a win over the Warriors in Sunday’s other game. The final contest of the round and final Monday night match of the year is between the Raiders and Penrith in Canberra.