As mentioned earlier in this detailed Moneyball betting review, this bookmaker could certainly improve the number of different sports that they offer, as well as the number of markets within those sports that they do offer. But while that may be an issue for those who tend to look for value in less common places, if you’re just looking to bet on popular sports and the more common markets within those sports, you shouldn’t have an issue finding them with Moneyball. In this section, we’ll take a look at some of the Moneyball sports betting options that you have with this mobile-only bookmaker.
Cricket is followed all around Australia, so it’s no surprise that there is plenty of action in terms of betting on it. Moneyball has a pretty decent selection of cricket markets available for you to peruse; you will, of course, find every match that Australia is playing in and a decent selection of different things to bet on in these matches, while major domestic leagues like the BBL and IPL also get a good number of markets. Outside of that, you’ll also find odds for certain international games, though there won’t be the same range of markets for these games.
Australian Rules Football
Australian rules football, or footy as it’s more commonly known in most parts of the country, is like a religion in much of Australia in the winter time, and is one of the most popular sports to bet on. The Moneyball AFL offering includes every single AFL match throughout the course of the season, and though there could be more markets in terms of player props and other less common ones, there are decent odds on the most popular markets like head to head and moneyline. You’ll also find some markets, albeit less than for the AFL, for state leagues like the VFL and SANFL.
Basketball is increasingly growing in popularity in Australia, thanks in no small part to the plethora of talented Australian players making a mark in the NBA as well as the improvement of the NBL, and both of these leagues are front and centre in the basketball offerings Moneyball provides. The NBA, with its huge number of games, is a league with a nearly unparalleled number of things to bet on, though like with footy, Moneyball could have a better selection of player props. There is also a decent range of NBL markets, while you can also find some international competitions and a handful of domestic leagues with limited markets.
In New South Wales and Queensland, rugby takes precedence over Aussie Rules, more specifically rugby league, and to cater for these major markets there are plenty of rugby markets available with Moneyball too. The most common league you’ll find is the NRL, the National Rugby League, which takes place at the same time as the AFL season and for which there are plenty of markets on Moneyball. You’ll also find odds for certain rugby union matches, with a particular focus on internationals involving the Australian national team.
There are tennis matches on virtually all year around, and with Moneyball you can find odds on plenty of these. However, most of these matches are in tournaments which aren’t widely publicised, so the odds for these are fairly limited. Come Grand Slam time, however, and the number of markets available for individual matchups grows significantly. You’ll be able to bet on futures like who will win a tournament, while on individual matches you can bet on simple markets like head to head, or more specific ones like total games, or Player X to win by a certain number of sets.
Let’s end with golf, another sport for which there is a major tournament virtually every week of the year and for which there are subsequently plenty of markets on which you can bet. Also like tennis, the number of markets available grows for the major tournaments, but if you just want to bet on a player to either win a tournament or finish in the top five or ten positions, which is a common way to bet on golf, then you should be able to find these markets with Moneyball for most tournaments.
Moneyball Sponsorship Deals
Moneyball isn’t one of the biggest bookmakers going around, and so they aren’t current sponsors of any teams.