Australian gambling laws

The soap opera finished as the best tennis player in the world was unceremoniously sent home. Novak Djokovic had divided the tennis world, broken the rules and embarrassed himself. Not that he was alone in that particularly crime. The Australian authorities grabbed their share of silly too. However, for those who were planning to bet on the Australian Open this year, it’s quite serious. It all means that online sportsbook sites in Australia like Bet365 are no longer sure who’ll win. ... read more

Only those who like to bet on Australia in sports are still interested in a bet on the Ashes now. Certainly, no one thinks a bet on England is any more attractive simply because they got a draw in the 4th Test in Sydney. Joe Root, England Captain, is talking up the positives. Of course. But online sportsbook sites in Australia like Bet365 barely give the tourists any chance of winning. They are offering Final Ashes Test odds that make another draw the best Joe can hope for really. ... read more

Typically, a bet on Test Cricket is a rather delicate affair. One must trawl through the stats, look at the conditions, eye the opponent’s strengths and weaknesses. Well. Usually. Unfortunately, after Australia destroyed England in the first match the odds on the Ashes are now very stark indeed. England might even lose all five games if they’re not careful. So, if you are going to take advantage of Australian gambling laws to bet on the Ashes, you’ll have to find another angle. ... read more

Yes, it is a packed cricket schedule, isn’t it? No sooner has one competition finished another begins and all with the Ashes loitering in the background. So with the T20 World Cup still ringing in our ears we can now bet on the Big Bash League down under. For a lot of those who enjoy a bet on sports in Australia this will make a pleasant change from a bet on Test cricket. Whilst the Ashes odds are a foregone conclusion, the odds on the Big Bash League certainly aren’t. ... read more

You can always bet on the Ashes to entertain. Sure, you can’t always bet on Test cricket to glue you to your seat, but the soap opera surrounding it will. Normally, you’d not bet on Australia to win the Ashes after losing their captain to scandal. They’d be all at sea. But this time round? Not so much. As the odds on the Ashes at online betting sites in Australia make clear, they’re still going to win. Mostly, it has to be said, because England are bringing their own, bigger, baggage. ... read more

We’ve seen this before. England arrive to fight for the Ashes with about as much chance of winning as getting collectively struck by lightning. Unfortunately, England’s test side appear hanging by a single thread at present. Alas, you simply can’t win tournaments at this level with a team firing on just one cylinder. Thus, Australia really are the only sensible bet on the Ashes. Hence the odds on England at online sportsbook sites in Australia like Bet365 are so long. ... read more

The age old grudge match will go ahead. Once again England and Australia will face off through five Tests for possession of The Ashes. Whilst the tour looked in doubt for a while, authorities came to an agreement and it’s all systems go. Not that online sportsbook sites in Australia like Bet365 give the tourists much chance. Indeed if you are going to bet on the Ashes it seems like there’s only one real choice. England might really be going, but they’re really going to lose. ... read more

What if they held an Ashes and no one came? Well apparently Australia and the ECB have slightly different views on the matter. The Aussie hosts claim the age-old contest will go ahead regardless of who arrives, they just need the right accents. The ECB, on the other hand, have sent the odds on the Ashes at online sportsbook sites in Australia like Bet365 into a tizzy. They just might cancel it if they can’t send a good enough team. So can the ECB persuade players to play? ... read more

The odds on the T20 Big Bash are far easier to digest now the regular season is over. Online sportsbook sites in Australia seem to think the Sydney Sixers or the Perth Scorchers will take the trophy. However, given the regular season ended with some surprises there’s no reason to think that won’t continue. The Eliminator pits the Heat against the Strikers. Meanwhile the Qualifier deciding who will face the Sydney Thunder and who advances straight to the final. ... read more

Many consider that Touring Car racing has had its day. They often cite falling crowd numbers to back up this assertion. This ignores that technology has allowed a widening of the audience at home far beyond mere TV coverage. People worldwide can now watch along and bet on the 2021 Supercars Championship at Bet365. They may not be subject to Australian gambling laws but they enjoy the racing every bit as much as Aussies. Probably because the racing is so good. ... read more