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Rugby World Cup 2019 Betting Odds & Predictions
It’s going to be a big few years for Japan and their sporting calendar and it’s about to get off to a bang with the Rugby World Cup 2019.
The nation becomes the first non Rugby Championship or Six Nations country to ever host the tournament and its undoubted that they’re going to do it in real style.
Canada will be in action in the competition once again after losing every match four years ago, and here at Canadian Sports Betting we’ll be backing them every step of the way!
Of course, while we’re not expecting a run to the Final, we are expecting a thrilling tournament with plenty of thrills and spills, and plenty of profit to be won too!
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They’ll be plenty of specials on the Canadian team, as well as outright markets from betting on the winner to top try scorers and more.
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Rugby World Cup 2019 Betting Odds
Rugby World Cup 2019 Outright
With the Rugby World Cup just around the corner, it’s certainly time to start looking at what the sportsbooks are saying.
As you’d perhaps expect, the reigning champions, New Zealand are clear favourites, with 2003 Winners England the second favourites alongside South Africa.
There are dozens of outright markets being offered on the Rugby World Cup. Below you’ll find some of the more popular markets from 888sport being bet on at the moment…
Rugby World Cup 2019 Outright Winner Odds
- New Zealand: +125
- England: +450
- South Africa: +450
- Ireland: +800
- Wales: +900
- Australia: +1200
- France: +3300
- Canada: +250000
Winning Continent Odds
- Oceania: -122
- Europe: +145
- Africa: +600
- South America: +3500
- Asia: +12500
- North America: +50000
To Reach The Final
- New Zealand: -190
- South Africa: +200
- England: +225
- Ireland: +275
- Wales: +275
- Australia: +450
As well as team outright markets, you’ll also find a range of player markets. bet365 are currently offering odds on the top try scorer, with the market priced as follows:
- Rieko Ioane: +600
- Sevu Reece: +600
- Jacob Stockdale: +1000
- Jonny May: +1100
- Aphiwe Dyantyi: +1200
- Ben Smith: +1400
Rugby World Cup 2019 Outright
Rugby World Cup 2019 Betting Tips & Predictions
It’s perhaps a little difficult to look past New Zealand in the outright winner stakes. They’ve won the last two tournaments and look set to make it a hat-trick, a feat no other side has achieved.
At +125 they don’t provide amazing value, so a punt on England might take your fancy a little more at +450.
Australia to reach the Final at +450 also offers a sensible bet, while to win at +1200 is a rather bold one.
The Aussies were beaten comfortably by New Zealand in a warm up game, losing 36-0 and it looks as though the All Blacks are ready to peak at just the right time.
Because of that, we’d expect one of Rieko Ioane or Sevu Reece to be the star men and pick up top try scorer, although Jonny May could be an excellent punt at +1100 if you’re backing England to go all the way.
Canada are unlikely to push into the knockout stages. In fact, they’re a huge +500 to make it to the Quarter Final with bet365 and the only way we can see them enjoying any kind of win is against Namibia, but even that will be against the odds.
Rugby World Cup 2019 Schedule
The Rugby World Cup takes place over around a month and a half with games every day until the very latter stages of the tournament.
The tournament gets underway on September 20, 2019 with the opening ceremony and opening fixture between Japan and Russia at the Tokyo Stadium.
During the tournament 12 different venues will be used, with the Yokohama Stadium hosting the Final on November 2, 2019.
Below you’ll find the full schedule of the 2019 Rugby World Cup, from the first game to the very last…
- Pool Stage: September 20 – October 13, 2019
- Quarter Finals: October 19-20, 2019
- Semi Finals: October 26-27, 2019
- Bronze Final: November 1, 2019
- Final: November 2, 2019
The Pool Stage sees four groups of five teams, in which they all play each other once with the top two sides from each pool qualifying for the Quarter Finals.
The pools have been drawn with teams placed in the following:
- Pool A: Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia, Samoa
- Pool B: New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia, Canada
- Pool C: England, France, Argentina, USA, Tonga
Pool D: Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay
Rugby World Cup 2019 Live Streaming
The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be beamed across dozens of countries around the world.
In Canada, TSN have the broadcast rights and will show every game live, while in the USA, it’ll be covered by NBC Sports.
As well as the Rugby World Cup you can get your fix of the sport through your Sportsbook where you’ll not only find odds across a wide range of rugby union leagues, but also live streams to enjoy.
For more information about live streaming rugby and many other sports, visit the Live Streaming section of our site.