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Rugby is a 13-a-side game born of a crazy moment in a football match that occurred at Rugby School, Warwickshire, England over a century ago. It turned into a sport that incorporates massive hits, speed, agility and fantastic oval ball-handling skills.

There's a lot to bet on in 13-a-side rugby leagues and tournaments this year, with a World Cup on the horizon and generally fierce club competitions to get into.

Betting on the 2022 Super League

Twelve teams, including 10 English and two French, will participate in an active league until the Superleague grand final (all Rugby Super League bets).

Three-time defending champions St Helens will once again be the team to beat. No team has ever won four Grand Finals in a row, and their recent signings suggest they aim to stay at the top of the table for years to come.

The majority of the teams are based in the north of England — the traditional bastion of the Rugby League.

Betting on the 2022 Challenge Cup

The Challenge Cup is Rugby League's main knockout tournament, celebrating its 121st edition in 2022.

In the first round of the tournament, several amateur and League teams are invited to participate, with Super League teams entering later as seeded teams.

St Helens Saints enter the Challenge Cup as defending champions, and with Wigan Warriors as the most successful team in the competition, with 18 Challenge Cup wins to their name.

Betting on the NRL 2022

The Australian National Rugby League (all NRL bets) is another of the most famous and competitive 13-a-side rugby leagues worldwide.

If you travel to the other side of the world, you will find plenty of action in the National Rugby League, played in Australia and New Zealand. The most recent titles found themselves in the hands of the Penrith Panthers in 2021, the Melbourne Storm in 2020 and the Sydney Roosters in 2018 and 2019.

Bet on the Rugby World Cup 2022

The end of this year sees the international game take centre stage with the rescheduled Rugby World Cup XIII in England between October 23 and November 27 (all Rugby World Cup 13 bets).

With 11 championship titles in 15 editions, Australia is the national team to beat in rugby 13.


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