#BetYourWay builder: 5 rugby tips for England v New Zealand
These tips can help build your #BetYourWay for the first Rugby World Cup semi-final between England and New Zealand in Yokohama on Saturday.
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Here are five bets Guy Giles thinks you should consider for England v New Zealand, which kicks off at 09:00 on Saturday.
These teams last met in November 2018, with New Zealand winning by a single point at Twickenham.
The All Blacks have won six in a row against England, though four of those victories have come by seven points or fewer.
Outside back to score first try
England’s outside backs have scored nine tries so far in Japan, compared to 10 for their Kiwi counterparts.
A winger or full-back has scored the first try in five of the eight games played by these two teams at the tournament.
Successful drop goal: Yes
This is likely to be a tight game with two of the world’s best defences on show, so expect points to be taken where possible.
Both teams scored a drop goal during their most recent meeting in November last year.
Owen Farrell to score over 9.5 points
Farrell scored 20 points against Australia in the quarter-finals, and his boot will be key to England’s hopes on Saturday.
He has passed this mark in eight of his last 10 starts for England.
Anytime tryscorer: George Bridge
Bridge has scored two tries in three World Cup appearances, both of which came against top opposition in South Africa and Ireland.
The left winger has an incredible nine tries in five international starts.
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