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Six Nations rugby betting tips: Wales-Ireland, England-Scotland

15 Mar | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Six Nations rugby betting tips: Wales-Ireland, England-Scotland

With double winnings as a free bet if your first tryscorer scores again in the match, Tom Clee reveals his rugby betting tips for the last round of matches.

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You can also get double winnings as a free bet if your first tryscorer scores again in the match. Here are Tom Clee‘s rugby betting tips – including a tryscorer for every game – for the final round of fixtures.

ITALY v FRANCE (Saturday, 12:30)

France to win by over 15.5 points

Italy have lost a record 21 Six Nations games in a row.

They’ve also lost their last six against France, with all but one of those defeats by 17 points or more.

Italy to score over 1.5 tries

Despite their losing streak, Italy have scored two or more tries in their last nine matches.

France have shipped 14 in four matches so far, suggesting that run isn’t about to come to an end.

Yoann Huget to score a try

Huget has scored a try in every game he’s started on the wing this tournament.

That’s where he’ll be deployed this week, so this one picks itself.


WALES v IRELAND (Saturday, 14:45)

Ireland to win by 1-10 points

With all the talk of Wales’ potential Grand Slam, it’s easy to forget that Ireland have won 21 of their last 23 matches.

They’re easily capable of nicking this and leaving the title up for grabs.

No card in the game

These sides are yet to receive a single card between them in this year’s Six Nations.

Only one player has been sent to the sin bin in their last three meetings, so don’t expect discipline to slip despite what’s at stake.

CJ Stander to score a try

Wales have conceded three tries to back-row forwards this tournament.

Stander’s a strong ball carrier, and his position at the back of rolling mauls makes him a particularly tempting option in what is likely to be an attritional game.

ENGLAND v SCOTLAND (Saturday, 17:00)

England to win by over 22.5 points

Scotland have lost their last 17 Six Nations away matches against teams other than Italy.

England thrashed them by 40 points the last time they came to Twickenham, and by 20 or more in five of their eight visits before that.

England to score a try in the first 15 minutes

Scotland have conceded inside the opening quarter of an hour in their last three matches.

England took just two minutes to score against Ireland and France, and eight minutes against Italy last weekend.

Henry Slade to score a try

Owen Farrell scored England’s only try as a centre in this fixture last year, while Jonathan Joseph bagged a hat-trick in 2017.

Slade has three tries in three starts this tournament, and has every chance of slipping through Scotland’s leaky midfield.

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