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Rugby Predictions FAQs
How to bet on rugby
There are all sorts of bets when it comes to rugby, and you can see details on the main types a little further down this page. The most important thing when it comes to rugby betting is to be informed. Our rugby tips not only give experts’ predictions, but also why they believe each tip will win. Make sure to do a little of your own research too – taking a look at team form, injuries and statistics can make a big difference.
What Six Nations tips are on offer?
We offer tournament previews and predictions, as well as match predictions for every single game. What more could you want for your Six Nations betting?
What time are your Six Nations tips posted?
Outright tournament winner predictions will be posted one week before the start of the Six Nations, and perhaps even earlier. Match previews and predictions will be posted 48 hours before each game.
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Where can I watch the Six Nations?
Luckily for Six Nations betting fans, the tournament is still available on free-to-air TV. Matches for the 2020 tournament will be shown on a mixture of ITV and BBC. If you’re looking out for England’s matches, these are as follows:
2 Feb: France vs England – BBC
8 Feb: Scotland vs England – BBC
23 Feb: England vs Ireland – ITV
7 Mar: England vs Wales – ITV
14 Mar: Italy vs England – ITV
How does betting on rugby work?
There are three basic bet types in rugby betting. Money line is the simplest and involves betting on who will win the match. The other main two rugby bet types are handicap and totals betting, and these will be covered in the following two questions. We also offer tips on try scorers, and “to win by” bets too. Links to bet on each tip can be found directly under the tips themselves.
How does handicap betting work in rugby?
Handicap betting can often represent excellent value. In this type of bet, a bookmaker will give one team an advantage to make each team’s chances of victory more balanced. If France are favourites to beat Scotland, for example, they might be given a handicap of 10. If you place a handicap bet on France for this match, they must then win by more than 10 points for the bet to be successful. The opposite would be true if you were to bet on Scotland.
How does totals betting work in rugby?
Totals bets are a hugely popular part of rugby betting, and involve placing a bet on the total number of points to be scored in a match. First, the bookmaker gives a total points figure. Punters can then bet on whether they think the total number will be above or below this.
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