Rugby Championship 2018 Betting, Fixtures and More

The Rugby Championship 2018 edition kicks off on the 18th of August 2018, when Australia host New Zealand at the ANZ stadium. We’re going to keep you covered with all the Rugby Championship betting odds, fixtures and even the odd tip!

Rugby Championship 2018 Betting

Outright Winner odds

South Africa : 7.60
New Zealand : 1.13
Australia : 5.90
Argentina : 65.00

Rugby Championship 2018 Betting Tips

Coming soon!

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Rugby Championship 2018 Fixtures

Saturday, 18 August 2018
ANZ Stadium
Australia v New Zealand
Jonsson Kings Park Stadium
South Africa v Argentina
Saturday, 25 August 2018
Eden Park
New Zealand v Australia
Estadio Malvinas
Argentina v South Africa
Saturday, 8 September 2018
Trafalgar Park
New Zealand v Argentina
Suncorp Stadium
Australia v South Africa
Saturday, 15 September 2018
Westpac Stadium
New Zealand v South Africa
Cbus Super Stadium
Australia v Argentina
Saturday, 29 September 2018
Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium
South Africa v Australia
Sunday, 30 September 2018
Estadio Jose Amalfitani
Argentina v New Zealand
Saturday, 6 October 2018
Loftus Versfeld
South Africa v New Zealand
Sunday, 7 October 2018
Estadio Padre Ernesto Martearena
Argentina v Australia

Springboks: Squad selected for the 2018 Rugby Championship

Forwards :

  • Cyle Brink (Loose forward, Emirates Lions, uncapped)
  • Jean-Luc du Preez (Loose forward, Cell C Sharks, 13, 10 – 2t)
  • Thomas du Toit (Prop, Cell C Sharks, 4, 0)
  • Pieter-Steph du Toit (Lock / Loose forward, DHL Stormers, 36, 20 – 4t)
  • Eben Etzebeth (Lock, DHL Stormers, 67, 15 – 3t)
  • Steven Kitshoff (Prop, DHL Stormers, 27, 5 – 1t)
  • Siya Kolisi (captain – Loose forward, DHL Stormers, 31, 20 – 4t)
  • Francois Louw (Loose forward, Bath, England, 57, 45 – 9t)
  • Wilco Louw (Prop, DHL Stormers, 7, 0)
  • Frans Malherbe (Prop, DHL Stormers, 19, 0)
  • Malcolm Marx (Hooker, Emirates Lions, 14, 15 – 3t)
  • Bongi Mbonambi (Hooker, DHL Stormers, 16, 5 – 1t)
  • Franco Mostert (Lock, Emirates Lions, 21, 5 – 1t)
  • Tendai Mtawarira (Prop, Cell C Sharks, 101, 10 – 2t)
  • Sikhumbuzo Notshe (Loose forward, DHL Stormers, 4, 0)
  • Marvin Orie (Lock, Emirates Lions, 1, 0)
  • RG Snyman (Lock, Vodacom Bulls, 3, 0)
  • Akker van der Merwe (Hooker, Cell C Sharks, 3, 0)
  • Marco van Staden (Loose forward, Vodacom Bulls, uncapped)
  • Warren Whiteley (No 8, Emirates Lions, 17, 15 – 3t)

    Backs :

  • Lukhanyo Am (Centre, Cell C Sharks, 3, 0)
  • Ross Cronjé (Scrumhalf, Emirates Lions, 10, 10 – 2t)
  • Faf de Klerk (Scrumhalf, Sale Sharks, England, 14, 5 – 1t)
  • Aphiwe Dyantyi (Wing, Emirates Lions, 3, 5 – 1t)
  • André Esterhuizen (Centre, Cell C Sharks, 2, 0)
  • Elton Janjies (Flyhalf, Emirates Lions, 26, 215 – 2t, 41c, 41p)
  • Jesse Kriel (Centre, Vodacom Bulls, 32, 45 – 9t)
  • Willie le Roux (Fullback, Wasps, England, 44, 55 – 11t)
  • Makazole Mapimpi (Wing, Cell C Sharks, 1, 5 – 1t)
  • Lionel Mapoe (Centre, Emirates Lions, 12, 0)
  • Lwazi Mvovo (Wing, Cell C Sharks, 17, 30 – 6t)
  • Embrose Papier (Scrumhalf, Vodacom Bulls, 2, 0)
  • Handré Pollard (Flyhalf, Vodacom Bulls, 29, 246 – 3t, 42c, 46p, 3d)
  • Ivan van Zyl (Scrumhalf, Vodacom Bulls, 3, 0)
  • Damian Willemse (Flyhalf, DHL Stormers, uncapped)

 

 

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