Whether you’re looking to place a wager on a horse race, cricket match, or an NFL game, odds are a critical part of any sports betting experience. But not all sportsbook odds are created equal. Each one sets its own lines based on factors like current weather forecasts, injury updates, and betting action. These lines are then adjusted over time to reflect the overall consensus on the outcome of a particular event.
Using the Covers Odds Page, you can compare the odds for all major sportsbooks (including their different player prop markets) and find the best ones to back. Start by selecting the format you want to view – odds are available in both decimal and fractional formats. Then select the sport you want to wager on, and choose between point spreads, totals, moneylines, and futures.
Then, look for the ‘Open’ column towards the left of the screen to see the original odds that were released for that market. You can then compare those odds to the current odds by clicking on the icon. This will show you how much the odds have moved since they were first released.
While Sportsbet does offer a huge selection of sports and racing markets, their odds are often not very competitive. Sites like Neds, Bet365, and Unibet often have better prices on the same markets. They also have extra features such as a Same Game/Race Multi Builder, statistics, insights, tips, live streaming, speed maps, a blackbook, and more.