Australia vs South Africa – Rugby Championship – Odds and Predictions

by Ken Edwards, 02 September 2018

The Rugby Championship Wallabies vs South Africa

Australia vs South Africa – The Rugby Championship – 8/9/2018

Teams
South Africa
Australia
Tie
N/A

Best Bet & Prediction – The Wallabies have a great record in Brisbane and at Suncorp Stadium in particular (twice even recording recent victories over New Zealand’s World Champion All Blacks, this year over Six Nations Champions Ireland, and several times over the Springboks in the last decade).

The Wallabies are our ‘specials’ for the win over South Africa and 22Bet’s Odds of $1.53 are the best odds available on the market.

Most Outrageous Big Money Return Bet – 22 Bet offer fantastic odds of $21.00 if you believe that the Wallabies and the All Blacks can play out a draw in Brisbane.

After last year’s twin 27-27 and 23-23 draws between the two teams in The Rugby Championship, stranger things have happened than the two teams potentially drawing again – the two great sides are incredibly evenly matched across the park.

However, everything points towards an outright winner this time around.

Both teams will be looking to score a lot of points, secure bonus points by crossing the try line as often as possible, and post a win.

The two teams have a lot of work to do to catch up to New Zealand in The Rugby Championships Points Table for 2018.

The Rugby Championship Points Table

(as at 02 September 2018 after two completed rounds)

The Rugby Championship Wallabies vs South Africa

Teams Played Won Points
New Zealand
2
2
10
South Africa
2
1
5
Argentina
2
1
4
Australia
2
0
0

The Rugby Championship 2018 Best Odds

Teams
New Zealand
South Africa
Australia
Argentina

Best Odds on the All Blacks to win The Rugby Championship – Betfair at $1.08. It’s not expected that these odds will last as the All Blacks could drop as low as even money ($1.00) to win the title with a win over Argentina this weekend. Get in fast to secure this great starting price.


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