2019 Rugby World Cup

The Rugby World Cup is fast approaching and is expected to be a very popular sporting event for punters. Many have already began looking how to play roulette in order to boost their balances to support their favourite sides for success in Japan. The tournament will be held between September 20th and November 2nd.

As mentioned it is set to be held in Japan, which will be the first time the tournament has taken place in Asia. The final match of the tournament is being hosted in the Nissan Stadium in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture. This is also the ninth edition of the tournament, as New Zealand look to add to their three titles to date and they enter as the two time defending champions following their victories in both 2011 and 2015.


New Zealand have long been the most successful side in the sport and the dominating force. They are the current number one ranked side and head in to the upcoming World cup as the team to beat. From their eight World cup appearances they have three titles coming in 1987, 2011 and 2015. They can currently be supported at 11/10 to make it three in succession. They have been drawn in Pool B and will face off against South Africa, Italy, Namibia and Canada.


The general second favourites at present who can be supported at 9/2 are England. They are currently ranked fourth in the world and have one title to date from their eight World cup appearances. This victory coming in 2003 against Australia, whilst the side have also reached the final on three occasions. England have been drawn in Pool C and will face off against France, Argentina, United States and Tonga. They are currently fourth in the World rankings.


Ireland also head into the tournament amongst the favourites and can be supported at a general 5/1. They have yet to progress past the quarter finals in any year but will be hopeful of doing so this year. They were beaten by Argentina back in 2015 following a disappointing performance that knocked them out of the tournament. They have been drawn in Pool A and will face off against Scotland, Japan, Russia and Samoa. They are currently third in the World rankings.


The final side who start as one of the favourites are Wales who can be supported at a general 6/1. The currently sit second in the World rankings following their recent six nations success. The have also contested all World cups to date with their most successful year coming in 1987. This is where they won all three pool games and the quarter-finals before eventually being beaten by the All Blacks in the semi-finals. They have been drawn in Pool D and will face off against Australia, Georgia, Fiji and Uruguay.

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