Will Dragons or Dogs Leave it Late Again? Wager with William Hill up to the Final Minutes.

Place a head to head ‘Click to Call’ bet on any Week 1 NRL Final and if your side loses but does manage to score last you’ll get your money back. The Dragons and Dogs both left it late to win last weekend, will you be making a live bet late in their Elimination Final on Saturday?

The Bulldogs and Dragons were both involved in thrilling finishes in round 26 of the NRL last weekend. Canterbury claimed a match winning try against the Warriors with almost no time on the clock, while St George Illawarra required Golden Point to tame the Tigers. Now the pair meet in a sudden death clash and you can bet right up to the dying moments of the match thanks to William Hill’s ‘Click to Call’ live betting option. In fact you can place a head to head wager late in the game and you may keep your cash even if your team is defeated.

‘Click to Call’ Offer on NRL Finals

Place a head to head Click to Call bet on any Week 1 NRL Final and if your side loses, but does manage to score last you’ll get your money back. For example; if you place an ‘In Play’ bet on the Dragons to beat the Bulldogs and St George are beaten despite registering the final points, you’ll be refunded. The maximum refund is $50 for your first losing live head to head wager per match.

Bulldogs v Dragons – Head to Head

Canterbury claimed fifth spot in the regular season and are around $1.25 with William Hill to end the Dragons year. St George Illawarra only just managed to make the 8 and they’re paying $4.10 to advance to week 2. Obviously the head to head odds on both teams will change as the match progresses. So will a close contest develop as the two teams collide at ANZ Stadium for the third time in 2015?

The Dragons dominated the first battle back in April, thrashing the Dogs 31-6 in round 6.  But Canterbury shrugged off St George Illawarra in the pair’s last meeting, with a comfortable 29-16 victory in round 13. It was the Bulldogs sixth win in their last 7 games against the RED V so will their recent dominance continue on Saturday evening?

St George Illawarra are making their first finals appearance since 2011, while the Bulldogs stunned the Strom at the same stage last year before making it all the way to the decider. Will finals experience prove crucial for Canterbury or can the outsiders down the Dogs?