England vs New Zealand – Betting Predictions, Odds & Tips

 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


Best Margin Odds

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

Best Margin BetEngland by [email protected]$3.10

England vs New Zealand - Betting 2


Half Time / Full Time Betting Markets

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.

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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