Rugby betting tips for the final round of Autumn Internationals
Tom Clee talks you through his rugby betting tips for Scotland v Argentina, England v Australia and Wales v South Africa on Saturday.
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Here are Tom Clee's rugby betting tips for this weekend...
SCOTLAND v ARGENTINA (14:30)
Scotland to win by 11-20 points
Scotland ran South Africa close last weekend and have won their last four meetings with Argentina.
Eight of Los Pumas’ last 10 defeats have been by this margin, including both of their Autumn Internationals so far.
Sean Maitland to score a try
South Africa conceded 12 tries in six matches to wingers in the Rugby Championship just gone.
Maitland has four tries in six starts this year, and two in two appearances against Argentina at Murrayfield.
Huw Jones to score a try
Jones is probably Scotland’s most consistent try scorer, with five tries in six Autumn Internationals against Southern Hemisphere teams.
He pulled off two beautiful passes to set up Peter Horne’s try last week, and should be heavily involved in the Scots’ attacking play again.
ENGLAND v AUSTRALIA (15:00)
England to win by 1-10 points
England have won five out of five against Australia under Eddie Jones.
The Wallabies have lost eight of their 12 Tests this year, with all of them – other than games against New Zealand and Italy – being decided by 11 points or fewer.
Jonny May to score a try
Since scoring his first international try, May has never gone more than three starts without adding to his tally.
He’s yet to score this Autumn, but had seven tries in seven matches before that and also touched down against Australia at Twickenham this time last year.
Over 0.5 Australia cards
Australia had a man sent to the sin bin against Italy last weekend and were lucky to avoid punishment for Samu Kerevi’s late tackle on Leigh Halfpenny the week before.
They’ve received four cards in their last five matches against England and, rounding off a miserable year, could easily lose their discipline again.
WALES v SOUTH AFRICA (17:20)
Wales to win by 1-10 points
Wales are currently on an eight-game winning streak, including a narrow 22-20 victory over South Africa in June.
The Springboks’ last six games have all been decided by 11 points or fewer, so it’s likely to be another nail-biter.
Hadleigh Parkes to score a try
South Africa conceded three tries to centres during the Rugby Championship, and another against Scotland last weekend.
Parkes got two in this fixture last autumn, so could be a savvy pick to get on the scoresheet.
Handre Pollard to score 14.5 points
Pollard has racked up 37 points in two Autumn Internationals so far, and 30 in his two previous starts against Wales.
Whether he scores a try or not, this benchmark should be achievable from the tee.
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