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Rugby Championship in France
For punters, it will be difficult to do better than Stade Toulousain, who won both trophies at stake last season. Coached by Ugo Mola, the team won its 21st French title in June with an 18-8 victory, thanks to 15 points from the French international Thomas Ramos. With bwin, make your rugby bets online.
Toulouse also beat La Rochelle in the final of the Heineken Champions Cup 22-17 at Twickenham. Therefore, betting on a rematch will definitely be on the agenda for the new director of the Rochelle team Ronan O'Gara at the Marcel-Deflandre Stadium.
Former Ireland fly-half O'Gara, the Guinness Six Nations points record holder with 557 points, took up his new role at the end of last season after Jono Gibbes left to become head coach at Clermont Auvergne. Six Nations, World Cup, Champions Cup — bet on all major rugby tournaments with bwin.
Bet on the Top 14 season 2021/22
Right from the start of the season, Stade Toulousain has the advantage of calling on French stars such as Antoine Dupont and Romain Ntamack, as neither team provided players to the summer tour of France in Australia, given their involvement in the final. The Toulousans are expected to visit all the stadiums, and they will have to reinvent themselves to continue on the way to success. Are you going to bet on the Stade Toulousain this season?
Additionally, the impressive Anthony Jelonch joined Toulouse from Castres, and after captaining a young Blues side in a narrow 2-1 loss to the Wallabies, he will have to wait for his debut.
However, the champions will have to continue without winger Cheslin Kolbe who scored a superb 50m drop goal in last year's final after his transfer to Toulon was confirmed.
The 27-year-old South African spent his summer helping the Springboks to a 2-1 victory over a British and Irish Lions team led by Welshman Alun Wyn Jones, winner of the Guinness Six Nations trophy earlier this year. Make your annual Six Nations bets at our online betting site.
Betting on a Top 14 spoilsport
Racing are expected to field the exciting French centre partnership of Gael Fickou and Virimi Vakatawa.
Elsewhere, Perpignan return to the top flight of French rugby for the first time since 2019 after winning the Pro D2 last season.
The Catalans beat Biarritz 33-14 in the Pro D2 final but, the two teams will meet again in the Top 14.
Biarritz won a sensational penalty shootout against Bayonne in the playoff to relegate their local rivals.
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