With the NRL regular season coming to an end this weekend many punters look set to cash in on season long bets.

One punter is so confident that the Melbourne Storm will hold on to top spot on the ladder this weekend that they placed a $50,000 wager on the Storm to win the minor premiership at $1.15 last Sunday while another $10,000 bet was placed on same selection back on July 25 when the Storm were paying $3.00.

There are also a host of Multis set to pay out once the minor premiership is decided, including a $10 ticket that will return the owner $2,230.80 if the Storm stay top of the ladder.

$10 Multi could return $2,230.80

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Tottenham v West Ham - Head to Head: Draw @ $5.50
Melbourne Victory v Central Coast - Head to Head: Draw @ $4.00
NZ Breakers v Cairns - Head to Head: NZ Breakers @ $1.30
Dutch Eredivisie 2017/18 - Outright Winner: PSV @ $1.30
2018 NRL - Minor Premiership Winner: Melbourne Storm @ $6.00

$200 Multi could return $4,800

2018 Super Rugby Season - Outright Winner: Crusaders @ $4.00
2018 NRL - Minor Premiership Winner: Melbourne Storm @ $6.00

$50 Multi could return $3,490.50

Phoenix v Atlanta - Head to Head: Phoenix Suns @ $1.80
Sacramento v Charlotte - Head to Head: Charlotte Hornets @ $1.57
Swansea v Tottenham - Head to Head: Tottenham @ $1.30
Manchester City v Watford - Head to Head: Manchester City @ $1.16
Cormier v Oezdemir - Head to Head: Daniel Cormier @ $1.30
Rugby 7s World Series- Outright Winner: South Africa @ $2.00
Spanish LaLiga 2017/18 - Outright Winner: Barcelona @$1.05
2018 NRL - Minor Premiership Winner: Melbourne Storm @ $6.00

In the Mitre 10 Cup, one match that has the bookies one their toes all week is Wellington's clash with Southland on Friday night. The Lions opened as 33.5 point favourites however that line quickly shot out to 36.5 points after a flood of early money on the home side.

The start pushed out even further to 41.5 points when the Lions revealed their starting XV featuring, All Blacks, Ardie Savea & TJ Perenara although it has now shortened to 38.5 due to the rainy weather in the capital on Friday morning.