Improving to 3-0 following their upset win at Wales, France are now -150 favorites to win the 2020 Six Nations, ahead of England and Ireland. Robert Duff looks at Les Bleus two remaining matches to determine where the best betting value lies among the three sides still in contention
Even though France and Ireland are both a perfect 2-0, England remains the favorite to win the 2020 Six Nations rugby title at +165 odds. Bob Duff analyzes the current futures market and looks for the best betting value on the board.
The average odds of England (-123 to -129) and France (+944 to +720) winning the 2020 Six Nations rugby have improved over the past three weeks. Check our preview to see how things are shaping up leading up to the event, and how you should be wagering.
BetOnline rates England as the opening -120 favorite to win the 2020 Six Nations rugby title. The English most recently won the Six Nations in 2017. Check our preview for analysis and our value pick.
New Zealand are massive -2000 favorites at Bovada to defeat Wales in the 2019 Rugby World Cup third-place game on Saturday in Japan. What’s the best bet for the consolation prize?
England Enter RWC Final vs South Africa as Sizable -215 Favorites After Impressive Win Over New Zealand
England are heavy favorites to beat South Africa in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final. Get the updated moneyline, point spread, and game total, along with Bob Duff’s expert betting analysis for the Nov. 2nd finale in Japan.
Wales are +245 underdogs to beat South Africa in the Rugby World Cup semifinals. The South Africans are 8.5-point favorites. Bob Duff analyzes this Sunday’s matchup (Oct. 27) from a better perspective, offering his pick and prediction.
England is a seven-point underdog vs two-time defending champion New Zealand in their 2019 Rugby World Cup semifinal on Saturday (Oct. 26). Bob Duff analyzes the matchup and makes his expert prediction on the moneyline and against the spread.
Entering the quarterfinals, two-time defending champion New Zealand remain a solid +110 favorite to win their third straight Rugby World Cup. Bob Duff sets out the odds and makes his picks for all four quarterfinal matches, including Ireland vs New Zealand and Australia vs England.
Get the updated odds to win the 2019 RWC after the initial group-stage matches. The biggest risers are Host Japan, who stunned Ireland 17-13 during the group stage, improving their odds to win the title to +6100.
BetOnline has released a prop wager that the 2019 RWC will produce a first-time champion, offering +260 odds. The odds on a repeat winner are a short -350.
South Africa’s average odds of winning the 2019 Rugby World Cup at online sportsbooks have improved from +840 to +710. Are the Springboks a good value bet at that price or are they being overvalued, considering that they are grouped with the All Blacks in round-robin play?
Wales, currently ranked second in the world, are slightly favored over 2015 finalists Australia to win Group D at the 2019 Rugby World Cup.
France (2015 RWC finalists), England and Argentina are all given solid odds of winning Group C of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Which team presents the best value for bettors given the current futures prices? Does underdog USA have any chance of pulling a massive upset at 500/1?
New Zealand have won the last two Rugby World Cups and are heavy -1000 favorites to win Group B at the 2019 Rugby World Cup in Japan. The All Blacks have never lost a group-stage game at the RWC. Should bettors go all in on the top-ranked team in the world or is there value on South Africa pulling an upset?
Ireland are the odds-on favorites to win Group A at the Rugby World Cup. The Irish will face competition from Scotland and host country Japan, in addition to overmatched Russia and Samoa. See the odds and our expert advice here.
New Zealand have won the last two Rugby World Cups and are heavily favored to do so again at the 2019 tournament in Japan.
England has been given the best odds to win the 2020 Six Nations Cup, but they face plenty of competition at the top from Ireland and defending champion Wales.