Women’s Rugby World Cup Betting
Now that the tournament has reached the last four Women’s Rugby World Cup Betting, UK betting sites are predicting who will compete in the final of the Women’s Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. So far in the tournament, there have been few shocks, with most – if not all – games playing out as expected. In addition to the host country, the top-ranked teams in the game heading into these championships were England, Canada, and France at the Women’s Rugby World Cup.
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While the French had to settle for second place in Pool C, they have done well enough to join the rest of the ‘big four’ in the last round at the Women’s Rugby World Cup. Despite losing against the English, Les Bleus won over South Africa and Fiji to get to the quarter-final stage.
Semi-finalists boosted by last-eight victories
This placed France on a collision course with Italy, but Joanna Grisez’s hat-trick of tries guided Thomas Darracq’s charges to a decisive 39-3 victory. In other news, England, New Zealand, and Canada cruised to the last four. As best rugby betting sites anticipated, each of these clubs were convincing quarter-final victors after topping their respective pools at Women’s Rugby World Cup.
Marlie Packer, the English openside flanker, was the star of the show in their 41-5 victory against Australia. In a 55-3 thrashing of Wales, New Zealand had seven try scorers, while Canada triumphed 32-11 against neighbors the United States at the Women’s Rugby World Cup. This Saturday, Canada and England will face off. In a rematch of the 2014 final, Canada will meet England in the first of two semi-finals on Saturday at Eden Park in Auckland.
This was the second encounter between the two teams in the tournament’s pool stages, which ended in a 13-13 tie. The Red Roses, on the other hand, had that little bit more in their arsenal when they faced Canada in the final. The Gary Street-coached team won 21-9 thanks to 10 unanswered points from Emily Scarratt. Since then, these two countries have become familiar enemies, battling no less than ten times.
Canada had the better of their next opponents in a 2016 match, but have otherwise finished second in this matchup. England entered this tournament as the tournament’s favorite, and with their winning streak in international rugby now stretching to an incredible 29 games, it’s easy to understand why betting apps are so certain they’ll win their latest match against Canada at the Women’s Rugby World Cup.
England are placed at 1/33 to win the World Cup this year, which is unusual for a World Cup semi-final. Some bookmakers predict a 1/100 chance of their accomplishing the job in Auckland this weekend. The lowest price on a Canada victory is 10/1 with William Hill, which is as solid a hint as any that Kévin Rouet’s team will be the underdog in this game. While there was the aforementioned deadlock between the sides in the Women’s Rugby World Cup eight years ago, this was the only one of 32 prior meetings in this fixture that did not result in a victory.
The odds on this game ending in a draw are 27/1 in the UK, but there is no doubting that Canada is up against it this weekend.
The French are still looking for their first final appearance
France has reached the last four in seven of the eight World Cup finals that have been contested to far. They have yet to compete in a showcase match, and despite finishing third in the competition six times, this is a source of aggravation for them at the Women’s Rugby World Cup. New Zealand, on the other hand, has qualified for and won five separate finals, the most recent of which took place in Ireland little over five years ago.
The Black Ferns don’t lose many games at international level, but if they want to save their title, Wayne Smith’s squad will have to beat the two teams who have had the greatest success against them at the Women’s Rugby World Cup betting. Whereas England has inflicted 10 of the 16 defeats they have endured since their first international in 1990, France can also claim four victories from just nine games with New Zealand.
All of these triumphs have occurred within the last four years and in quick succession. However, the French are just third favourites to win the event, with BetVictor giving them a 10/1 chance.