Rugby World Cup 2019: Latest odds and betting activity

The 2019 Rugby World Cup kicks off on Friday with hosts Japan taking on Russia.

We have taken a look at a number of the crucial markets.
Figure the best chances and that punters have been financing in Tokyo Stadium before Friday’s curtain-raiser out.
WINNER
Defending champions New Zealand have been 6/4 favourites to win the championship, as brief as 5/4 in areas. Meanwhile, England and South Africa are both fighting it out for the next spot in the marketplace, both in a price of 9/2.
Punters are siding at the moment with the Springboks. They’ve accrued 19 percent of stakes in the last week, making them the very backed to win the World Cup. Wales (12/1) would be the 2nd most popular with punters with 17 percent of stakes.
The pool results will obviously be key to the tournament’s outcome. New Zealand and South Africa equally are in Pool B, meaning that the results could be telling.
FINALISTS
A South Africa v New Zealand closing tops this marketplace at 11/4. 34 percent of bettors in the week believe those two will fight it out on November 2nd. That result is ahead of New Zealand v Ireland in 8/1. Still another gaining attention from punters will be England v South Africa (12/1) with 15 percent of best in the last week.
Best TRYSCORER
It is close at the peak of the market, which can be a lottery, but it is the All Blacks that predominate. Wings Rieko Ioane (9/1) and Sevu Reece (10/1) top the pre-tournament leading tryscorer market. Irishman Jacob Stockdale (12/1) and England’s explosive Jonny May (14/1) follow the New Zealand pair.
The most backed in the sector isn’t in the bookies’ upper four. South Africa in the outright market’s popularity takes over to the one also. Star winger Cheslin Kolbe (14/1) is the very endorsed this week with 30 percent of bets.
TOP POINT SCORER
It’s the battle of the fly-halfs in this market and England’s Owen Farrell (4/1) leads the way with all the bookies. South Africa’s Handre Pollard (9/2) was next in the scoring charts in the 2015 World Cup and his side are fancied to go far this time around. He is the most backed in the last week, with 50% of stakes on the industry.

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