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England vs New Zealand – 3rd Test – Predictions, Odds & Tips

by Ken Edwards, 06 November 2018.  

England vs New Zealand – November 11

(All Odds subject-to-change before kick-off)

England

3.15pm Local Time

Elland Road

Leeds

England

England $1.73

New Zealand $2.10

   New Zealand

 

First Half Betting

Team

Ahead at Half-Time

England
Draw
New Zealand

 

Best Half-Time BetDraw – $9.00

 

Half Time/Full Time Betting Markets

Team

Ahead at Half-Time

England / England
England / Draw
England / New Zealand
Draw / New Zealand
Draw / Draw
Draw / England
New Zealand / England
New Zealand / Draw
New Zealand / New Zealand

 

England came from eight-points-down to defeat the New Zealand Kiwis 20-14 in the second rugby league Test and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.Long Shot Bet: Scores Drawn at Half-time/England to Win at Full-Time – $17.00

England won the series after their 18-16 win in Hull the previous week.

However, New Zealand are a proud side and will be looking to give coach Michael Maguire some impetus for the future with a win.

Meanwhile, England’s master coach and long-term custodian of the Brisbane Broncos, Wayne Bennett, has called on the Rugby League International Federation, to schedule more international rugby league.

“Australia do what they want to do,” the England coach said.

“We’ll be in that part of the world next year playing Test matches. It may not be against Australia. We’ve had a great crowd here today and they were right behind the boys.

“Tonga’s done some wonderful things and Samoa, we’ve just got to keep building on it. Try and get the politics out of it. The players just want to play and these guys have given so much.” Bennett added.

Tip

We like the $1.73 on offer for England to win, or if you’re looking for better-value, take the fantastic odds of $17.00 for the scores to be drawn at half-time and England to win.

 


About the Author

is a passionate Betting Top 10 International Sports & Betting News Columnist. Australian by birth, and international by nature, he brings a wealth of many years of discerning international sports and betting industry analysis. As a true fan and Sports Statistic Nerd, Ken devotedly supports his beloved Queensland Maroons, West Ham United, New York Yankees, Miami Dolphins and Richmond Tigers when he's not busy writing about them.




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