The only way that you are going to be guaranteed of getting the best odds possible on any of this week’s Rugby World Cup matches, you are going to have to spend some time doing your own research, as some teams are being touted at shockingly low odds currently.
However, to give you few ideas as to just which matches are going to be played out in the Rugby World Cup and just which matches are going to be played off this week please read on, for below I have listed them all.
At odds of just 1/80 is it hard to look any further than a win for Australia when they play Georgia later this week, but for those of you that want to back the draw you an do so at odds of 66/1 and there are tempting odds attached to Georgia who are a 18/1 shot by the way.
New Zealand do look unbeatable at odds of 1/500 in their match against Italy but those odds are so low you surely cannot be tempted to back them even though they are expected to win, the draw odds are 100/1 and you an back Italy at huge odds of 66/1 at many betting sites currently.
England Look a Very Fair Bet
England face something of an easy task this week in the Rugby World Cup, for they are playing against France this week, the odds on them winning that match are 1/6, the draw odds are 40/1 and as for the odds you can bag right now on France winning they are a 4/1 chance.
One match that offers no real value is the Ireland v Samoa match, and that is due to Ireland being up for grabs at odds of just 1/250, however there is some value in the draw odds and the odds on Samoa winning that match and those odds are 80/1 and 22/1 respectively.
Some Other Matches to Ponder Over
If you are thinking about backing either team or even the draw in the Namibia v Canada match you can get even money on my tip that being Namibia, or you may prefer taking the huge odds of 28/1 on the draw, or you can of course back Canada if you so desire and their odds right now are around the 3/4 mark.
There is not much in the USA v Tonga regarding the odds on either team winning with the USA being offered generally at most betting sties and bookies shop at odds of 8/5, the draw odds are 33/1, but my money is going on Tonga who are a value packed bet at 4/9.
The Japan v Scotland is a close one to call too with Japan being 5/4, the draw odds are a high as usual at 28/1 but my tip for this match is a win for Scotland and their current odds of 4/6 do make them an outstanding bet.