#BetYourWay builder: 5 rugby tips for Wales v France
These tips can help build your #BetYourWay for the third Rugby World Cup quarter-final between Wales and France in Oita on Sunday.
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Here are five bets Guy Giles thinks you should consider for Wales v France, which kicks off at 08:15 on Sunday.
Wales have won seven of the last eight meetings between these sides, including the last two in a row.
Three of those wins came by eight or more points, and their strong form in Japan should see them ease past a poor France team.
Winning margin: Wales 11-20
Wales secured convincing pool-stage wins over Georgia and Uruguay while negating the threat of Australia and Fiji with relative ease.
France, meanwhile, were fortunate to beat Argentina before stuttering to wins over the USA and Tonga, and will struggle to contain an in-form Wales side.
Wales to score first, lead at HT and win match
This landed in all four of Wales’ pool matches, while France conceded first against Argentina and took time to get going against the USA.
Wales have also scored first, led at the half and won in four of their last five wins over France.
First tryscorer: Josh Adams
Adams is the joint-top try scorer in the competition with five, taking his tally to nine in 18 international starts, and starts his fifth straight match of the tournament on Sunday.
With Betway’s first tryscorer offer you can double your winnings if your pick scores again in the same match, with wingers accounting for four of the eight pay-outs so far.
Anytime tryscorer: Alivereti Raka
Raka has been France’s biggest attacking weapon at the tournament, scoring two tries in two appearances.
The winger has three tries in four international appearances.
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