#BetYourWay builder: 5 rugby tips for Wales v Italy
These tips can help build your #BetYourWay for the opening match of the 2020 Six Nations between Wales and Italy on Saturday afternoon.
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Here are five bets Guy Giles thinks you should consider for the opening match between Wales and Italy, which kicks off at 14:15 on Saturday.
Wales have beaten Italy by at least 24 points in three of their last five meetings.
Their last two encounters at the Millennium Stadium ended 38-14 and 67-14.
Both teams to score a try
Both teams have dotted down in each of the last seven meetings between these two countries.
There has been an average of five tries per match across their last three encounters.
Anytime tryscorer: Josh Adams
Adams finished as the top tryscorer at the World Cup with seven in seven matches, and has now scored 11 times in 21 international appearances.
The 24-year-old will start on the left wing for Wales on Saturday.
Italy first scoring play: Try
Italy have got off the mark with a try in each of their last four matches against Wales.
The departure of Shaun Edwards as Wales’ defence coach should mean the Azzurri get more chances than normal to score in Cardiff.
Italy to get the first card
An Italian player has been carded in four of their last five meetings with Wales.
Three of those were the first card of the match.
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