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Here are five bets Guy Giles thinks you should consider for Ireland v Wales, which kicks off at 14:15 on Saturday.
Wales have won three of their last five Six Nations matches against Ireland, with this bet also landing in one of the exceptions.
Wayne Pivac’s side looked strong in their opener against Italy, while Ireland laboured to a narrow win over Scotland.
Winning margin: Wales 1-10
Three of the last five matches between these sides have been decided by 10 points or fewer.
Three of Wales’ last five visits to the Aviva Stadium have followed the same pattern, with one of the exceptions a 16-16 draw in 2016.
First tryscorer: Josh Adams
Adams scored a hat-trick against Italy last weekend to take his international tally to 14 tries from 22 matches.
The winger has scored the first try in two of his last three Six Nations matches. If you successfully back him to do so again, then Betway will double your winnings in cash if he scores a second.
Anytime tryscorer: Hadleigh Parkes
Parkes will line up at inside centre for Wales on Saturday, having scored six tries in 24 international starts.
Two of those six tries have come in three matches against Ireland.
Race to 10 points: Wales
Wales have been the first side to reach 10 points in their last three Six Nations matches against Ireland.
If you back a team to win on Saturday and they take a 10-point lead, then Betway will pay you out as a winner even if they don’t go on to win the match.
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