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With Luke Lewis announcing he is leaving at the end of the year, Penrith have firmed from $3.75 into $3.50 with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au to finish last this season.

“It’s pretty much a race between the Eels and Panthers now,” sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes said. “It’ll be interesting to see how the Panthers respond to this news.”

The Parramatta Eels, who sportsbet.com.au paid out on to finish last after just four rounds, are now into $1.30.

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2012 NRL Wooden Spoon Betting

$1.30 Parramatta Eels
$3.50 Penrith Panthers
$34 Sydney Roosters
$34 Newcastle Knights
$51 Gold Coast Titans
$67 Canberra Raiders
$101 St. George Illawarra

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Hawthorn remain outright favourite for the AFL Premiership with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au, firming from $3.50 into $3.20, while GWS, the team they hammered by 162 points on Sunday, have tightened from $1.85 into just $1.55 to win the dreaded wooden spoon.

The Hawks head the market from Collingwood, who’ve eased from $4.00 to $4.25, while West Coast ($6.00) and the Sydney Swans ($8.00) round out the top four contenders in betting.

Essendon were the biggest drifters after Round 15, easing from $11 to $15, while St. Kilda firmed from $34 into $21.

“Hawthorn and Collingwood have been taking it in turns being the premiership favourite, but after their massive percentage booster over the Giants, the Hawks have put a gap on the Pies,” sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes said.

At the other end of the table, Gold Coast drifted from $1.95 out to $2.40 to avoid the wooden spoon despite remaining winless.

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AFL Premiership Winner Betting

(Prices in brackets from 6 July)
$3.20 Hawthorn (in from $3.50)
$4.25 Collingwood (out from $4.00)
$6.00 West Coast (out from $5.50)
$8.00 Sydney (steady)
$10 Adelaide (out from $9.00)
$15 Essendon (out from $11)
$17 Geelong (steady)
$21 St Kilda (in from $34)
$31 Carlton (in from $34)
$51 Richmond (out from $34)
$101 North Melbourne (out from $67)
$201 Fremantle (out from $101)
$501 Brisbane (steady)

Wooden Spoon Betting

(Prices in brackets from 6 July)
$1.55 GWS (in from $1.85)
$2.40 Gold Coast (out from $1.95)
$101 Melbourne (steady)

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Mark Webber has firmed from $12 into $6.00 with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au to win the 2012 Formula 1 World Championship with punters moving quickly to back the Aussie after he won the British GP last night.

After Sebastian Vettel, who has attracted 47% of the money to win the title, Webber is the next best supported driver, having now attracted 19% of the money.

Despite the punters support, Webber remains on the fourth line of betting behind Fernando Alonso ($2.75), Vettel ($3.00) and Lewis Hamilton ($5.50).

“Vettel clearly remains the punters pick right now but they obviously liked what they saw from Webber on Sunday night and moved quickly to back him,” sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes said.

“Webber has now attracted more money to win the title than Fernando Alonso and Lewis Hamilton combined.”

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2012 Formula 1 World Championship winner betting

(prices in brackets from June 25)
$2.75 Fernando Alonso (in from $2.80)
$3.00 Sebastian Vettel (in from $3.25)
$5.50 Lewis Hamilton (out from $3.60)
$6.00 Mark Webber (in from $12)
$23 Kimi Raikkonen (out from $17)
$51 Romain Grosjean (out from $26)
$51 Nico Rosberg (out from $34)
$51 Jenson Button (out from $41)
$126 Michael Schumacher (out from $81)
$201 Pastor Maldonado (out from $101)
$251 Felipe Massa (in from $276)
$251 Sergio Perez (out from $226)

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Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has installed Todd Carney and Mitchell Pearce as favourites to retain their respective positions in the New South Wales State of Origin side for 2013.

Carney has been opened as the $1.10 favourite to be the Blues five-eighth and Pearce at $1.20 to be halfback for Game 1 next year.

James Maloney is next in the five-eighth market at $5.50 with Jarryd Hayne ($11), Jamie Soward ($17), Josh Reynolds ($26) and Curtis Sironen ($101) all outside chances.

Peter Wallace looks to be the biggest threat to Pearce, opened at $4.00 with Jarrod Mullen ($13) and Adam Reynolds ($51) the outsiders for the number 7 jersey.

“There’s been some talk that Todd Carney and Mitchell Pearce are on borrowed time but the market is saying they’ll get the nod again,” sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes said.

Sportsbet.com.au has opened a market on how many players from the Blues Game 3 side in 2012 will be there for Game 1 in 2013 with both under and over 14.5 players priced at $1.88.

Queensland are also the $1.65 favourites to win the 2013 series with the Blues at $2.25.

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NSW five-eighth Game 1 in 2013

$1.10 Todd Carney
$5.50 James Maloney
$11 Jarryd Hayne
$17 Jamie Soward
$26 Josh Reynolds
$101 Curtis Sironen

NSW halfback Game 1 in 2013

$1.20 Mitchell Pearce
$4.00 Peter Wallace
$13 Jarrod Mullen
$51 Adam Reynolds

How many New South Wales players from Game 3 in 2012 will be used in Game 1 in 2013?

$1.88 Under 14½
$1.88 Over 14½

2013 State of Origin series winner

$1.65 Queensland
$2.25 New South Wales

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Reality TV show The Shire hits our screens in under a fortnight’s time and all eyes will be on how many of us tune into episode one.

Under 1 million viewers has been installed as the $1.60 favourite by online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au with over 1 million viewers the $2.20 outsider.

“The market suggests episode one won’t reach that magic one million viewer mark,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes.

The Shire not making a second season has been priced at $2.00 while season one being bumped to Eleven is a $3.00 chance.

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The Shire Debut Viewers

$1.60 Under 1 million viewers
$2.20 Over 1 million viewers

The Shire Specials

$2.00 No second season
$3.00 Season 1 to be moved to Eleven

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Bob Katter has been installed as the $1.25 favourite and Clive Palmer the $3.50 outsider by online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au to win the seat of Kennedy at the next Federal election.

“Clive has thrown down the challenge to Bob Katter but the market is indicating he has a big battle on his hands to get the votes he needs,” Sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes said.

“If Clive does run for Kennedy, strap in, get the popcorn ready and enjoy the entertainment.”

Sportsbet.com.au has also opened a market on which seat Palmer will stand for, with Kennedy the $1.73 favourite and Fairfax priced at $2.00.

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Who will win the seat of Kennedy?

$1.25 Bob Katter
$3.50 Clive Palmer

Where will Clive Palmer stand?

$1.73 Kennedy
$2.00 Fairfax

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Online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has installed the RBA announcing an interest rate decrease of between 0.01 percent and 0.25 percent in August as the $1.90 favourite.

Close behind in the market at $2.00 is the rate remaining unchanged.

A decrease of between 0.26 and 0.50 percent has been priced at $9.00 with any increase a distant $13.

“Following this afternoon’s decision to keep rates unchanged, the market is indicating we could be line for a small cut in August,” sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes said.

“89 percent of money wagered on July’s decision was for rates to remain unchanged so it will be interesting to see what way the punters go this month.”

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Next RBA Interest Rate Announcement – August

$1.90 Decrease Between 0.01 and 0.25 percent
$2.00 Stay The Same
$9.00 Decrease Between 0.26 and 0.5 percent
$13 Any Increase
$21 Decrease 0.51 percent or more

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With kick-off less than 32 hours away, a punter with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au is tipping Queensland will make it seven straight Origin series victories, this morning placing a $100,000 on the Maroons at $1.67 to win Game 3.

Prior to then, New South Wales had attracted 68 percent of money wagered in head-to-head betting. Queensland remain the $1.67 favourite with New South Wales the $2.25 outsider.

“Either side of that $100,000 wager on Queensland, the punters have been very keen on New South Wales,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes.

“We’ve taken almost double the bets for New South Wales to win compared to the Maroons in head-to-head betting.”

The Blues have attracted 52 percent of the bets placed on a 1-12 ($3.30) point win and 61 percent of bets to win 13+ ($6.00).

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State of Origin – Game 3 Betting

(prices in brackets from 2 July)
$1.67 Queensland (steady)
$2.25 New South Wales (steady)

Margin Betting

$2.90 Queensland 1-12 (steady)
$3.50 Queensland 13+ (steady)
$3.30 New South Wales 1-12 (steady)
$6.00 New South Wales 13+ (in from $6.50)
$21 Draw (steady)

Line

$1.92 Queensland -3.5
$1.92 New South Wales +3.5

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Punters with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au continue to back Aussie Cadel Evans to win the Tour de France however interest in rival Brad Wiggins is steadily growing.

After holding eight times the amount on Evans to win back-to-back Tour de France titles compared to Wiggins, the British cyclist has narrowed that gap to five times the amount.

Wiggins remains the $2.20 favourite for overall honours ahead of Evans ($2.70) while current leader Fabian Cancellara is a $201 chance.

After his third place finish in stage two last night, Aussie Matt Goss has attracted the eye of one punter who this morning placed $100 on him at $501 to win the tour for a $50,000 collect.

“Cadel remains by far and away the best backed rider overall but over the first two days of competition punters have come for Wiggins, who’s firmed from $2.30 into $2.25,” said sportsbet.com.au’s Ben Hawes.

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2012 Tour de France winner betting

(prices in brackets from 28 June)
$2.20 Brad Wiggins (in from $2.25)
$2.70 Cadel Evans (steady)
$15 Denis Menchov (in from $21)
$17 Vincenzo Nibali (in from $21)
$26 Jurgen Van Den Broeck (out from $21)
$26 Ryder Hesjedal (in from $41)
$34 Robert Gesink (out from $26)
$34 Frank Schleck (steady)
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$151 Michael Rogers (in from $201)
$201 Richie Porte (steady)
$501 Matt Goss (in from $1001)
$501 Simon Gerrans (steady)
$501 Stuart O’Grady (in from $1001)
$501 Baden Cooke (in from $1001)
$501 Matt Lloyd (in from $751)
$501 Mark Renshaw (in from $1001)
$501 Brett Lancaster (in from $1001)
$501 Jonathan Cantwell (in from $1001)
$501 Adam Hansen (in from $1001)
Others quoted

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Pre-tournament favourite Maria Sharapova has left the women’s draw at Wimbledon wide open after losing to German Sabine Lisicki in the fourth round.

Sharapova was $1.09 to advance to the quarter-finals, but was stopped in straight sets. She was the $3 tournament favourite.

15th seed, Lisiki, had her price slashed from $51 into $11 following her defeat of Sharapova.

Serena Williams survived a scare to set up a clash with defending champion Petra Kvitova. Williams ($3.50) is now the favourite, while Kvitova is on the third line of betting.

Angelique Kerber has been the biggest firmer ($34 into $7) following a crushing victory over Kim Clijsters. She now meets Sabine Lisiki with that section of the draw now made easier with Sharapova gone.

Juan Martin Del Potro has been heavily supported in his match against David Ferrer; including $35,000 at $1.86.

WOMEN’S QUARTER-FINALS

$2.75 Sabine Lisiki
$1.42 Angelique Kerber

$1.18 Agnieszka Radwanska
$4.50 Maria Kirilenko

$1.55 Serena Wiiliams
$2.35 Petra Kvitova

$5.00 Tamira Paszek
$1.15 Victoria Azarenka

WOMEN’S WINNER

$3.50 Serena Williams ($4)
$4.00 Victoria Azarenka ($7)
$5.50 Petra Kvitova
$7.00 Angelique Kerber ($34)
$8.00 Agnieszka Radwanska
$11.00 Sabine Lisiki ($51)
$21.00 Tamira Paszek
$81.00 Maria Kirilenko
*Prices in brackets before Maria Sharapova ($3) lost.

MEN’S FOURTH ROUND

$2.10 David Ferrer
$1.68 Juan Martin Del Potro

$1.55 Jo-Wilfred Tsonga
$2.35 Mardy Fish

$15.00 Marin Cilic
$1.01 Andy Murray

$1.75 Richard Gasquet
$2.00 Florian Mayer

$2.65 Brian Baker
$1.45 Philipp Kohlschreiber

MEN’S WINNER

$1.60 Novak Djokovic
$5.00 Roger Federer
$6.00 Andy Murray
$11.00 Jo-Wilfred Tsonga
$26.00 Juan Martin Del Potro
$51.00 David Ferrer
$67.00 Philipp Kohlschreiber
$101.00 others from

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