Rugby Union Betting Odds
Over the past years, rugby has become increasingly popular, with more than 6 million playing the game and more than 2 million registered players. It’s drawing increasingly larger crowds at the live games, making rugby union betting a fun option for both occasional and regular punters. If you’re a real Rugby fan, you know there’s no need to wait for the World Cup with many rugby union competitions ongoing until then. At bwin we offer the best rugby bets on the British and Irish Lions Tour, Super Rugby, and Guinness Pro 14. On a European level, the thrilling Six Nations and European Rugby Champions Cup, and on a domestic level the English Rugby Premiership and both the Pro D2 and Top 14 in France. The Rugby Union betting markets have never been busier!
Rugby Union betting odds
Like any sport, having a flutter on a game just makes it so much more exciting. Bet on the winner on either side or bet on a draw. Seeing as a draw is rarer – but not unseen - this means they come with good odds and big wins. Currently the European Champions Cup, the Gallagher Premiership, the Guinness Pro 14 and the Top 14 are all ongoing. On 31 January the Super Rugby will kick-off with two derbies. The tournament will thereafter see matches across six countries, Argentina, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore and South Africa, in an 18-week season. On 1 February the Six Nations will kick-off to provide us with plenty of excitement and keeping us occupied with the British and Irish Lions not touring until 2021 and a long wait until the 2023 World Cup.
Rugby Union winner odds
After a dramatic World Cup final in 2019 against South Africa, it is time for England to bounce back in 2020. Given their manpower, they have a good shot at the Six Nations. Scotland had an incredible year in 2019 nearly picking up the biggest win in their history at Twickenham. Down by 31 points, they came back from the grave and forced a 38-38 draw with England. Wales was the winner of the 2019 Six Nations title and are among the favourites to win the Six Nations again this year. When it comes to the European Champions Cup, Toulouse, Saracens, Exeter and Leinster have great odds for a tournament win, and in the Gallagher’s Cup the odds are in favour of Gloucester, the Wasps and Worcester Warriors. Don’t let this rugby betting season pass you by!
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