by Ken Edwards, 07 November 2018 (Odds as at 07 November 2018 – subject to change) Twickenham Stadium – London – England – 10/11/2018 – 300pm Local Time Broadcast Guide TV; TEN Network & Fox Sports Team odds New Zealand $1.22 $1.12 $1.16 England $6.40 $6.50 $5.50 Draw $38.00 $21.00 $33.00 Best Bet & Prediction – New Zealand’s All Blacks may not have it all their own way at Twickenham, but should win. We’ve researched all the major betting sites find you the best odds on an All Blacks win. The best odds on the market; Betfair’s great odds at a price of $1.22 for a New Zealand victory. Long Shot Bet – Betfair’s superb odds at $38.00 for the draw. Best odds for England to score an upset victory; Ned’s $6.50 for an England win is very generous given their great pack of forwards and Aussie coach Eddie Jones’ knowledge of the All Blacks. An upset English win is more likely than many people believe is possible. Our tip – The All Blacks at $1.22 with Betfair. England and the mighty New Zealand All Blacks clash horns at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday 10th November in a big weekend for the Southern Hemisphere teams making their annual spring tours. This is the second-of-four autumn internationals to be played by England in 2018, having narrowly defeated another Southern Hemisphere side, South Africa, 12-11 last weekend. For their part, New Zealand warmed up with a spectacularly entertaining 69-31 win over 2019 World Cup hosts, Japan. This the first time that England have played New Zealand since their epic 2014 clash at Twickenham, which ended in a 24-21 victory for the world champion All Blacks. England will need to defy history in order to win. Head-to-Head Record – New Zealand and England have placed a total of 40 rugby test matches since their first meeting in 1905. New Zealand have won 32 matches, 1 match has been drawn, and England have only beat the All Blacks on 7 occasions. Whilst England are a much-improved unit under Eddie Jones, we’re expecting the All Blacks to be too good, although it may be closer than many people might expect.