England vs New Zealand – Betting Predictions, Odds & Tips

England vs New Zealand - Betting

 by Ken Edwards, 24 October 2018

England vs New Zealand - Betting


England vs New Zealand – October 27

England logoEngland

3.30pm Local Time

Kingston Communications Stadium Hull England


New Zealand Kiwis logo New Zealand 

England $2.00 | New Zealand $1.80

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Best Margin Odds

Team Win Margin 1-12 Win Margin +13
New Zealand

Best Margin BetEngland by [email protected]$3.10

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Half Time / Full Time Betting Markets

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Half Time / Full Time Odds
England / England
England / Draw
England / New Zealand
Draw / New Zealand
Draw / Draw
Draw / England
New Zealand / England
New Zealand / Draw
New Zealand / New Zealand


Super Value Bet: Scores Drawn at Half-time/England to Win at Full-Time – $21.00


Tip – With the Kiwis narrow 26-24 win over Australia’s Kangaroos, and England warming up with a 44-6 thumping of France, the two teams have a great chance to snatch the title of the dominant team in world rugby league away from Australia’s once-unbeatable Kangaroos.


This series is all about making the most of limited opportunities. For England, the Kiwi’s danger man is always Shaun Johnson – he has the uncanny knack to continually produce miracle plays out of nothing. Any Englishmen in the squad who remember the 2013 World Cup semi-final may still be having recurring Shaun Johnson nightmares.


As for England, their play will be about slowing things down and setting their own tempo by maintaining a high percentage of completions, controlling repeat sets and kicking deep into the corners.


England start the first match as favourites on the back of their 36-18 win over the Kiwis in June at Mile High Stadium in Denver. However, this is a very different New Zealand side.


Regardless, we like the $3.10 on offer for England to win by 1-12 points as New Zealand push the home team all-the-way.


It should be a fantastic series and we can’t wait for the games at Hull’s KC Stadium, Liverpool’s famous Anfield, and Elland Road in Leeds.