A-League Betting Tips

A-League Soccer Betting

The A-league is the premier Australian football (soccer) competition. It was founded in 2004 and began its first season in 2005. Eleven teams, ten from Australia and one from New Zealand, compete against one another in the regular season. The top six teams go into the A-league finals series and compete through two or three rounds depending on their regular season position to become the winner of the finals series at the grand final.

Common A-League Betting Types

Johnny Warren Medal

Awarded to the best player in the A-League season. It was first awarded in the National Soccer League in 1990, and upon the NSL’s demise in November 2004, was carried forward into the A-League. It is named after former Australia national football (soccer) team captain and tireless promoter of football (soccer) in Australia, Johnny Warren.

Joe Marston Medal

The prestigeous Joe Marston medal is awarded to the man of the match in the A-League Grand Final each year.

Head to Head Match Betting

Choose which team will win or if it will be a draw.

One of the greatest things about betting on A-League football is the enormous amount of betting options available. Here is a selection of popular bet types.

  • Pick the exact score at the end of half or full time.
  • The amount of goals that will be scored during a match.
  • Draw no bet, means you will be refunded if a draw occurs.
  • Who will score the first, second or even the winning goal.
  • Whether an odd or even amount of goals be scored.
  • Which half will have the most goals scored.
  • The A-League season’s top goalscorer.
  • Half Time/Full Time doubles.

A-league football is a sport where literally anything can happen. One goal in the last minute can make or break an entire season. Some of the best sides in the A-league have been undone by such goals, this is one of the reasons it is so exciting to watch.

Interesting Facts

In the 2009 grand final, Adelaide United had a player sent off and still kept fighting until Melbourne Victory got a single goal that won the match. After the goal, Melbourne had a player sent off as well.

Melbourne Victory hold the record for the longest undefeated streak with ten games undefeated in 2006.

In the 08/09 season Shane Smeltz was the top goalscorer for the A-League season, he was also awarded the Johnny Warren Medal for the being the best player in those two years.

Latest A-League Betting Posts

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    Round 4 of the 2010/2011 A-League football season is here, and what a round of great value betting odds it is! The post Round 4 A-League Betting Odds appeared first on Oze Punting.
  • Round 3 A-League Betting Odds Thursday, 19 August 2010
    An odds comparison table for round 3 of the 2010/2011 Hyundai A-League season and a free tip from yours truly. The post Round 3 A-League Betting Odds appeared first on Oze Punting.
  • Round 2 A-League Betting Odds Wednesday, 11 August 2010
    A quick odds comparison table for Round 2 of the 2010/2011 A-League soccer season. The post Round 2 A-League Betting Odds appeared first on Oze Punting.
  • Round 1 A-League Soccer Betting Odds Thursday, 5 August 2010
    Guide to betting on the first round of the 2010/2011 A-League soccer season with an odds comparison table displaying the best win odds for each team. The post Round 1 A-League Soccer Betting Odds appe. […]
  • 2010/2011 A-League Soccer Premiership Betting Odds Wednesday, 4 August 2010
    The best odds for the 2010/2011 Hyundai A-League Premiership Plate including an odds comparison table helping you to place your bets online. The post 2010/2011 A-League Soccer Premiership Betting Odds. […]

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