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Rugby World Cup 2019 Outright FavouritesAs with most Rugby World Cup’s the All Blacks go into the tournament as favourites, although there’s a genuine belief from the top pundits that this is the most competitive tournament for a number of years.
England, Ireland and Wales all have an excellent chance to win, while it’s also impossible to rule out the likes of South Africa and 2015’s runner-up Australia.
A solid outside bet is certainly the Welsh, who certainly have something to prove under coach Warren Garland. They’ve formed one of the most solid backlines in the sport and at 10/1 could be a real money-maker.
England go into the tournament as third favourites at 4/1 with William Hill and certainly have the talent to repeat the feat of 2003.
Below you’ll find a full list of pre-tournament Rugby World Cup 2019 favourites…
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Rugby World Cup Try Scorer FavouritesOne of the main markets in which people will also be backing is the top try scorer, and it’s one that is fiercely competitive.
All Blacks stars are among the favourites, with winger Sevu Reece being priced as the number one with Paddy Power at 7/1.
He’s joined by compatriots Rieko Ioane and George Bridge at 10/1, along with South African Cheslin Kolbe and England’s biggest hope for tries, Jonny May.
May has been a real star for Eddie Jones’ side and is certainly one to back if you believe England can go all the way.
A full list of favourites can be found below…
100/1 Ireland to win the Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup England OddsEngland have a real chance of securing only their second World Cup trophy this year and many pundits are tipping them to do so.
At 4/1 to do so they are good punt for a decent payout, while you’ll find many more markets to enjoy.
They should top their Pool with no real trouble and are 3/10 to do so, and Ladbrokes are pricing them at 2/1 to Reach the Final.
Owen Farrell is the outright favourite to win Top Points Scorer at 5/2, ahead of Handre Pollard of South Africa and New Zealand’s Richie Mo’unga.
Jonny May is England’s best chance of try scoring, and is 15/8 to finish the side’s leader. Joe Cokanasiga is at 7/2, whole Anthony Watson is priced at 7/1.
100/1 England to win the Rugby World Cup
Rugby World Cup 2019 ScheduleThe Rugby World Cup kicks off on September September 20, running through to the Final on November 2.
England get their campaign underway on September 22 against Tonga, while Ireland and Scotland go head-to-head on the same day.
Wales are underway on September 23 taking on Georgia, with their key fixture with Australia played seven days later.
The tournament is split into four pools of five teams, which are as follows:
- 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
The Pool Stage will see two teams qualify for the knockout stage, with a Quarter Final, Semi Final and then the Final at the famous Yokohama Stadium on November 2.
- 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
Rugby World Cup Previous WinnersNew Zealand have been dominant the last few years and will be looking to win an unprecedented hat-trick of titles.
Overall, they’ve won three titles, more than anyone else, while the only Home Nation team to win is England, back in 2003.
The full list of previous winners include:
- 2015: New Zealand
- 2011: New Zealand
- 2007: South Africa
- 2003: England
- 1999: Australia
- 1995: South Africa
- 1991: Australia
- 1987: New Zealand