It is now that the Rugby World Cup is here and you can place your bets for this year’s event.
When you think about your portfolio, there is one thing that you should keep in mind: New Zealand. Are you convinced that the All Blacks are the best side to win the trophy?
If so how do you maximise your returns? Who is the best placed to win?
Let’s take a look at the chances of the top countries and then consider some other markets.
They are the overwhelming favorites, and it is understandable why. There is an incredible level of quality in the New Zealand lineup. Tony Woodcock, Keven Mealamu, and the fearsome back rowers Ritchie McCaw (both veterans) provide plenty of power and leadership for the pack.
The genius Dan Carter, along with wrecking balls such as centre Sonny Bill Williams, can be found in the back. To top it all, New Zealand has such great quality in the back three that Israel Dagg didn’t even make the squad.
The All Blacks have only lost three matches since 2011 when they won the tournament. It is not surprising that the Kiwis are the favourites to win the Webb Ellis Cup. You won’t make much if they win, unfortunately.
New Zealand’s Rugby Odds
You will find information about New Zealand’s next fixture throughout the rugby season right here. Before you place your bet, make sure you’re certain you have the right odds.
Bet on New Zealand’s Games
The All Blacks are currently the dominant rugby team in the world. They are a formidable team, with a depth of talent and quality that is unmatched. This is also true in the betting market, where the top bookmakers rarely give teams any chance.
It is important to be creative when betting on New Zealand rugby matches. They are unlikely to win, so they rarely appear at odds greater than -500. This makes them less valuable in this market. Here are the top betting tips for All Blacks fixtures.Last Updated on October 2, 2021