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Australian Federal Election Betting Odds - Who will win the 2022 Australian Election?

  • The 2022 Australian Federal Election takes place today Saturday, May 21
  • The Labor party are $1.51 favourites with Neds
  • Prime Minister Scott Morrison is facing his second election
  • Anthony Albanese is the challenger
Click on the picture to bet with Neds. Scott Morrison and the Liberal party have now been surpassed for favouritism by the Labor party ahead of the 2022 Federal Election. (Getty)
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Justin Darcy 21 May 2022
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The Australian Federal Election is set to take place today May 21, 2022. We round up all the latest odds and betting markets ahead of the polls opening.
  • Australian Federal Election 2022 Betting Odds
  • What will be the type of government formed?
  • Will we have a hung parliament?
  • Number of Coalition Seats
  • Number of Labor Seats
  • Which party will win a lower house seat?
  • How long as Scott Morrison been Prime Minister of Australia?
  • How long has Liberal been in government in Australia?
  • Who is Scott Morrison?
  • Who is Anthony Albanese?
  • Australian Federal Election FAQs

Neds are currently offering $2.80 for the Liberal-National Coalition to stay in power, after they were toppled for favouritism by Labor, who are the $1.51 favourites.

If Labor were to win the election, this would be the first time they have led the country since Julia Gillard served as Prime Minister from 2010-2013.

Current PM Scott Morrison will be challenged by Anthony Albanese, who is running in his first election as the opposition leader.

The Liberal-National Coalition currently hold 36 seats in the senate, while Labor have 26 seats, 11 being the margin that they need to make up to return to government.

There are 14 seats currently taken on the crossbench from Australian Greens (nine), Centre Alliance (one), One Nation (two), Jacqui Lambie (one) and Independants (one).

As for the House of Representatives, the Coalition hold 76 seats and Labor hold 68 seats, with a nine seat swing the amount needed for Labor to win.

Australian Federal Election 2022 Betting Odds


Party
Odds
Labor$1.51
Coalition$2.80
Other$126.00
Odds courtesy of Neds & correct at 5pm on 20/05/2022.

What will be the type of government formed?


Type of government
Odds
Coalition Majority$7.00
Coalition Minority$4.50
Labor Majority$1.80
Labor Minority$3.60

Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes & correct at 5pm on 20/05/2022.

Will we have a hung parliament?


Will the parliament be hung?
Odds
Yes$2.20
No$1.65

Odds courtesy of Neds & correct at 5pm on 20/05/2022.

Number of Coalition Seats


Number of seats
Odds
1-29$101.00
31-40$67.00
41-45$41.00
46-50$26.00
51-55$11.00
56-60$7.00
61-65$4.50
66-70$3.25
71-75$4.25
76-80$3.75
81-85$9.00
86-90$17.00
91-95$21.00
96-100$51.00
101-110$251.00
111-120$301.00
121-130$301.00
131-140$501.00
141-151$501.00

Odds courtesy of Neds & correct at 5pm on 20/05/2022.

Number of Labor Seats


Number of Seats
Odds
1-9$501.00
11-20$501.00
21-30$251.00
31-40$201.00
41-45$151.00
46-50$101.00
51-55$51.00
56-60$21.00
61-65$13.00
66-70$7.50
71-75$2.90
76-80$2.40
81-85$3.50
86-90$8.00
91-95$13.00
96-100$34.00
101-110$101.00
111-120$251.00
121-130$301.00
131-140$501.00
141-151$501.00

Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes & correct at 5pm on 20/05/2022.

Which party will win a lower house seat?


Party
Odds
Centre Alliance$1.05
United Australia Party$4.50
One Nation$6.00
Jacqui Lambie Network $12.00
Liberal Democrats$31.00
Australian Progressives$81.00
The New Liberals $81.00
Great Australian Party $81.00
Victorian Socialists$151.00
Animal Justice Party$151.00
Indigenous Australians Party $201.00
Australian Communist Party$251.00

Odds courtesy of Ladbrokes & correct at 5pm on 20/05/2022.

How long as Scott Morrison been Prime Minister of Australia?


Scott Morrison has been the Prime Minister of Australia since 24 August, 2018 where he took the reins from fellow Liberal Malcolm Turnbull.

The last Federal Election was held in 2019 where Scott Morrison held on to his position as Australian Prime Minister over Labor's Bill Shorten

How long has Liberal been in government in Australia?


Liberal has been in government in Australia since 2013 when the 'onion eating' and 'budgy smuggling' Tony Abbott defeated Labor's Kevin Rudd in what was a landslide vote.

If an election were to be called today, Labor's Anthony Albanese will be looking to give Labor their first victory since Julia Gillard in 2010.

Who is Scott Morrison?


Scott Morrison was born on May 13 1968, to parents Marion and John Douglas Morrison.

Currently serving as the 30th Prime Minister of Australia, 'Scomo' as he is known in Australia, began his term as Prime Minister on 24th August, 2018.

Morrison has previously served as the Minister Of Immigration and Border Protection, Minister for Social Services, Treasurer of Australia & Minister for the Public Service.

Who is Anthony Albanese?


Anthony Albanese was born on March 2, 1963 to parents Carlo Albanese and Maryanne Ellery.

Anthony Albanese is the 34th Leader of the Opposition in Australia and the 21st Leader of the Labor Party.

Albanese has led the Labor Party since May 30, 2019 and has been a member of parliament since 1996.

Australian Federal Election FAQs

When is the Australian Federal Election?

The next Australian Federal Election will take place on Saturday, May 21, 2022.

Who will win the Australian Federal Election?

The Labor party are favourites to win this election with Anthony Albanese the leader of the party.

Who are the candidates for the Australian Federal Election?

Liberal leader Scott Morrison will be challenged by Labor leader Anthony Albanese.

How long as Scott Morrison been Prime Minister of Australia?

Scott Morrison has been the Prime Minister of Australia since 2018.

How long has Liberal been in government in Australia?

Liberal have been in government in Australia since 2013.

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