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Previous Points

Due to the Typhoon in Japan the first two games were given a score of 0-0. The teams that were given the same score were New Zealand vs Italy and England vs France. Namibia’s match against Canada was cancelled because of the flooding. The other games went ahead, have a look at the scores listed below if you didn’t catch it.

  • New Zealand vs Italy 0-0
  • England vs France 0-0
  • Ireland vs Samoa 47-5
  • Namibia vs Canada 0-0
  • USA vs Tonga 19-31
  • Wale vs Uruguay 35-13
  • Japan vs Scotland 28-21

Rugby World Cup Quarter-Finals

As you get ready to bet on the below matches, we have compiled odds to help you make the best wager at top sportsbooks on our website. Here are the following games Aussies can look forward to.

19th October (Saturday):

  • England vs Australia
  • New Zealand vs Ireland

The Wallabies have had a hard time with the referees because of their high tackles. Since the 2015 Rugby World Cup, the club has failed to beat England. Australia has lost two of their past Rugby World Cup (RWC) quarterfinals when they competed with England. Will history repeat itself? Well, you’ll have to bet and follow the game! Ireland has won two games against New Zealand. The All Blacks won against the Bok’s to be in the top spot in their group. It’s up to Ireland to make an effort to win their first quarterfinals.

20th October (Sunday):

  • Wales vs France
  • Japan vs South Africa

Wales will be facing France and should not be that worried because the team was expected to loss against Argentina. France may have had the upper hand after their game against England was cancelled. Japan is a force to reckon with and the Springboks will face a tight match against them. The Boks were stronger than the Japan during a warm up game before the RWC. Will Japan take it with its quick hand or lose the game to the Bok’s defence.

Rugby World Cup Odds

These are the odds taken from

WinnerFinalistRunner Up
New Zealand2.251.605.00
South Africa3.751.552.75

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