Rugby World Cup 2019, Match Odds, Fixtures + More

by | Sep 30, 2019 | Sport Events | 0 comments

 

As a rugby fan, we have been waiting for the Rugby World Cup 2019 and its being getting close excites us even more as we are watching the teams undergo an exciting campaign. Ever since the commencement of Rugby World Cup series, the matches will be directed to Japan, and the host match will be played against Russia.

This year is going to be thrilling as New Zealand is planning at making the third win of the World Cup series after their last 2011 win against Australia. It’s going to be fun after all these years. So, if you want to know the tidbits of Rugby World Cup 2019, we have outlined everything for you!

 

The Commencement Of The Rugby World Cup

 

The World Cup is going to make a hit on 20th September where Russia and Japan will be playing against each other at the Tokyo Stadium. The World Cup has a span of six weeks and the finale will be played on 2nd November in Yokohama. The match schedule is given below!

Group stage matches

September 20th  to October 13th

Quarterfinals

October 19th to October 20th

Semi-finals

October 26th to October 27th

Bronze final

November 1st

Final

November 2nd

 

Who Is Going To Win?

This is the biggest debate out there but to gain some insightful knowledge, let’s dive deeper into the betting markets, which are often right.

 

1.      Argentina

Their winner odds are 40/1 as they have won the 2007 World Cup and are now under the captaincy of Pablo Ledesma. They have a place against big fishes like France and England, which signifies that they are a big game.

 

2.      Australia

Their winner odds are 14/1 as they have won the World Cup of 1991 and 1999 and are now under the captaincy of Michael Hooper. They might not have shown the best performances in the initial stages, but this year, they will explain everything that they have built, which gives them an edge. However, it is still challenging for them to win, given their strong competitors.

 

3.      England

The winner odds are 4/1 as they have won the World Cup of 2003 and are now under the captaincy of Owen Farrell. Overall their performance isn’t good enough to win the World Cup, but if they go deeper into the tournament and coin a great start, the chances of winning might increase.

4.      France

The winner odds are 28/1 as they have won the World Cup of 1987 and 2011 and are now under the captaincy of Guilhem Guirado. They are a great time as they have reached the semi-finals six times all under pressure, and if they retain the performance, they can do wonders.

 

5.      Ireland

The winner odds are 10/1 as they have won the Quarterfinals of 1987, 1991, 1995, 1999, 2003, 2011, and 2015 and are now under the captaincy of Rory Best. They have always reached the quarter-finals, but they have been past that. So, it is tough to make a statement about their win or lose as there are going to be surprised by this team.

 

6.      New Zealand

The winner odds are 6/4 as they have won the Champions of 1987, 2011, and 2015 and are now under the captaincy of Kieran Read. Over the years, they have created a very tough image, but Ireland broke that stigma. In the case of Rugby World Cup 2019, they will need to play at their best if they want to get past the Black teams.

7.      Scotland

The winner odds are 40/1 as they have won the fourth place in 1991 and are now under the captaincy of Greig Laidlaw. Over the years, they have gained an edge in their game, but after getting beaten up by Ireland, the chances are minimal. However, they might be playing against New Zealand (a match full of heart-fainting moments!)

 

8.      South Africa

The winner odds are 4/1 as they have been winners in 1995 and 2007 and are now under the captaincy of Siya Kolisi. They are showing their progress and efforts since last year at Wellington against New Zealand so, you never know the odds!

9.      Wales

The winner odds are 9/1 as they have won the third place in 1987 and are now under the captaincy of Alun Wyn-Jones. They are a great time if there are no Aussie problems in the group. Once they get past the grouping, there is no holding back for them!

So, that was sort of it, and the prediction can always go south. So, watch the match and have the days of your life until the World Cup stays!

 

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