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NRL Wooden Spoon Winner Odds 2024 - Which side will claim the NRL Wooden Spoon?

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Last updated: 14 Apr 2024
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  • The Wests Tigers secured the Wooden Spoon in 2023 
  • The Wooden Spoon is awarded to the side the finished at the bottom of the ladder
  • Odds from Betfair
The Wests Tigers finished at the bottom of the NRL in 2023 (Getty Images)
The Wests Tigers finished at the bottom of the NRL in 2023 (Getty Images)

The NRL is upon us and alongside betting on the Grand Final and Minor Premiership winners, bettors are already sizing up the sides they believe will secure the Wooden Spoon in the NRL this term. 

With the new season six games old for most sides, the Gold Coast Titans are the favourites to scoop the unwanted award at $1.67 with Betfair

NRL Wooden Spoon Winner
Odds
Gold Coast Titans$1.67
Wests Tigers$5.50
Canterbury Bulldogs$11.00
South Sydney Rabbitohs$11.00
Newcastle Knights$21.00
Dolphins$34.00
Paramatta Eels$36.00
Canberra Raiders$76.00
Manly Sea Eagles$126.00
Rest of the field$226.00+
Note: Odds from Betfair & correct on 14/4/2024

The Gold Coast Titans are the team to back in Betfair's Wooden Spoon market at $1.67 after losing their first four matches of the season and returning a points difference of -86. 

The Wests Tigers ($5.50) and Canterbury Bulldogs ($11.00) are next in line, with the South Sydney Rabbitohs available at $11.00 after struggling this term. 

The Newcastle Knights ($21.00) and Dolphins ($34.00) are also in the equation at this stage of the season. 

After six games in the new season, the Rabbitohs sit at the foot of the ladder, although there is a lot of the campaign still to come. 

The Wooden Spoon is awarded to the side that finishes at the foot of the ladder at the end of the regular season. While it is often termed as 'winning' the Wooden Spoon, the prize is an unwanted accolade given to the worst team over the course of the campaign. 

In 2023, the bottom of the ladder saw the Tigers finish in 17th on 14 points, with the Dragons (16th with 16 points) and Bulldogs (15th with 20 points) all close in the standings. 

The Titans and Dolphins were next in line with 24 points each before the positions began to stretch away from the bottom side, with the Sea Eagles finishing with 29 points. 

While any of the bottom five sides could have ended at the foot of the ladder, there was some real space between the bottom outfits and midtable. 

Which side do you think will scoop the Wooden Spoon in the NRL in 2024? 

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