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2015 Rugby World Cup Betting Tips

The Rugby World Cup is now in full swing and there is a lot of excitement permeating around Britain right now but also making its influence felt across the globe as virtually everybody is celebrating this massive moment in Rugby Union. There is a lot of potential here, particularly for English fans who really believe that they have what it takes to get the job done. 

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As usual, however, the All Blacks have a thing or two to say about the end result of the Rugby World Cup. The New Zealand side have the world at their feet when it comes to rugby and they are firm favourites here to triumph in this competition and pull off another huge victory. 

The bookmakers right now have New Zealand trading at about 11/10 with a few books offering a 6/5 listing while others have taken the All Blacks in to around an even money price tag.

The English are sitting as the second favourite by a decent distance and they are as short as a 7/2 margin to get the victory here while the majority of bookmakers have them trading at 4/1. The best price out there is a 9/2 margin that you can still pick up in a few places. 

There is some pretty solid competition coming in from Australia, Ireland and South Africa as well with the Aussies getting the edge in this chasing back with a 15/2 margin right now. The Irish are always a force to be reckoned with here and you’ll find him anywhere form a 7/1 price tag all the way up to a solid 9/1 margin at the time of this writing.

The South Africans are as high as 10/1 but the majority of bookmakers have them trading at around 8/1 or a 9/1 margin. After that you’ll find the French trading as one of the last real possible winners with a price between 12/1 and 14/1. The odds then take a considerable jump to Wales at 20/1 (who can also be found trading at a 33/1 margin). Argentina are a 33/1 shout while Scotland are between 50/1 and 125/1.

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