Projections are updated at different times for each sport. These times are updated in the Release Schedule on the home page. 

NBA

For NBA, where games are daily, projections are updated at 22:00 (AEST) most days.

We do try and get them up earlier when possible, but it can depend on a few factors, such as what time the previous day's games finish, how many games there were yesterday / are the following day, and when how long it takes to do a manual run-through of the projections to check for data issues - e.g. from a new player who's only had a few minutes on court.

Although not guaranteed, we often do a final update around 30 minutes before the first tip-off of the day to account for injuries / player status.

NFL 

NFL projections are initially published late Wednesday afternoon. A revised set of projections are published late Sunday afternoon to account for player changes ahead of the Sunday games. Due to the complexity of the NFL model, at this stage we are not able to re-run projections after final 'outs' are published in the early hours of Monday morning.

HORSE RACING 

Horse racing projections are published each evening ahead of the next day's races. They are updated between 9am and 12pm on the morning of races to account for scratchings where possible. In the case of big meetings (e.g. Melbourne Cup), a further update may be published around 30minutes before the major tournament of the day begins in order to account for market movement.

NRL 

NRL projections for the coming week are updated early Wednesday afternoon.  At this stage, due to the complexity of the model, changes to lineups in the hour before kick-off are not able to be accounted for.

AFL

AFL will be updated late on Wednesday afternoon for teams playing on Thursday, and early Thursday afternoon for the teams playing for the rest of the weekend. An additional update is published Saturday to account for emergency changes for Sunday games. At this stage, due to the complexity of the model, changes to lineups in the hour before kick-off are not able to be accounted for.

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