Rugby World Cup 2019 Betting

The Rugby World Cup 2019 takes place in Japan and will be played between the 20 September 2019 – 2 November 2019. South Africa face off against England in the final on the 2nd November and we’re going to tell you where you can get involved with some Rugby World Cup 2019 Betting, Odds, Promotions and more. We’ve also got a dedicated RWC19 section where you can read about everything RWC19 betting related.

Kindly note that listed odds are subject to change so we’ve linked the odds to bookmaker sites, to view the latest odds  simply clicked on the images.

Rugby World Cup 2019 Betting & More

Rugby World Cup Odds

Check out Betway for the latest Rugby World Cup Odds. Predicting the Rugby World Cup winner could land you a big payout if you back one of the underdogs. For example a pre tournament R100 bet on South Africa to win the Rugby World Cup at 4.85 would return R485 including your stake. Below are the tournament winner odds, last updated on the 14th October 2019.

Latest Odds (Final)

South Africa 2.90
England 1.48
Points 37.5

Rugby World Cup Final Betting Odds

South Africa head into the Rugby World Cup final against England as heavy underdogs. The English are 5 point favorites for the final with the expected points line around 37.5.

Rugby World Cup Final Betting Tips

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Popular Rugby World Cup Bets

  • New Zealand to win the World Cup – LOST
  • Winner to come from Pool B – WINNER
  • South Africa to reach the Semi finals – WINNER
  • Australia to be eliminated in the Quarter Final – WINNER

Springboks Rugby World Cup matches

  • 21 September : New Zealand v South Africa
  • 28 September : South Africa v Namibia
  • 4 October : South Africa v Italy
  • 8 October : South Africa v Canada
  • 20 October : South Africa v Japan
  • 27 October : South Africa v Wales
  • 2 November : South Africa v England

Rugby World Cup 2019 Pools

Rugby World Cup 2019 Pool A : Ireland, Scotland, Japan, Russia, Samoa
Rugby World Cup 2019 Pool B : New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Namibia, Canada
Rugby World Cup 2019 Pool C : England, France, Argentina, USA, Tonga
Rugby World Cup 2019 Pool D : Australia, Wales, Georgia, Fiji, Uruguay

Rugby World Cup Match Betting Odds

Rugby World Cup Betting Promotions

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More Info on Rugby World Cup 2019 Betting

The 2019 Rugby World Cup will be the ninth Rugby World Cup, to be held in Japan from September 20 to November 2. This will be the first time the tournament is to be held in Asia, the first time consecutive tournaments have been staged in the same hemisphere, and also the first time that the event will take place outside the traditional heartland of the sport.

Hong Kong and Singapore had expressed interest in hosting some of the matches and were included as part of the JRFU’s successful original hosting bid to World Rugby(known at the time of bidding as the International Rugby Board, or IRB) but were not amongst the fourteen locations announced by organisers Japan 2019 on 5 November 2014 that had formally bid for the right to host games.[1]

The opening match of the 2019 Rugby World Cup will take place at Tokyo Stadium in Chōfu, and the final match will be held at International Stadium Yokohama in Kanagawa. These venue assignments were announced in September 2015 when plans for the tournament were revised by Japan’s organizing committee and accepted by World Rugby.[2] The National Olympic Stadium, being rebuilt for the 2020 Summer Olympics, was originally the centerpiece of Japan’s Rugby World Cup bid, but revisions to the Olympic Stadium plans mandated the World Cup venue changes.

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