Enhanced Odds: 6/1 England v 12/1 Wales in Rugby World Cup

England take on Wales in the first truly meaningful match of the Rugby World Cup and you can get either 6/1 England or 12/1 Wales to win this game (8pm Saturday on ITV1).

  • Coral Bookmaker are offering these vastly enhanced odds to entice new clients to join up. England’s normal odds are 1/3, so they are the short-priced favourites while wales are normally 11/4.

You choose which team to bet on and then join Coral to get these odds. The winnings are paid as cash and you get a £20 free bet if your wager loses. This promotion only applies to a maximum bet of a fiver.

Claim This Coral Offer Here

 

  • A similar enhanced odds offer is being given by Betfair Sportsbook, who go 4/1 England or 10/1 Wales. They let you have a tenner on, provided you are a new customer, and they also offer £100 of free bets whatever happens.
Claim The Betfair Offer Here

 

Who Wins This Enhanced Odds Rugby Match?

Both Wales and England looked far from perfect in their respective opening matches. England beat Fiji 35-11 at Twickenham in the opening game of the tournament, but did not particularly impress.

Wales beat Uruguay 54-9 at the Millennium Stadium and while the bookies reckon England will win this by eight points, we think it is a much tighter match than that. Either way if you take the offers above you will be onto an incredible value bet.

Neither team can afford to take it easy as the loser of the game will be up against it to qualify from this pool. Only two teams go through and Pool A contains Australia as well as England and Wales. One of those three teams will be going home early.

So if you have a bet on this game, you know both teams will give their all. If you take both of the offers above (bet one team with Coral and the other with Betfair) then you are on to a winner from the start. However you must be genuine new customers or it is against the terms of the promotions.

You can also take a look at all the Rugby World Cup betting odds with JustBookies.

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