Rugby 7s World Cup – Men’s & Women’s – Previews, Odds & Tips

Rugby 7s World Cup

The World Rugby 7s competition reaches its peak with the World Cup in San Francisco to begin at the famous AT&T Park this weekend.

 

We give you an overall update of the betting odds and tips for the Men’s and Women’s Team Winners and analyse the form to help you to pick a winner to bet on.

Women’s World Rugby 7s World Cup Preview

Women’s World Rugby

SHARNI Williams has recovered from an ankle injury and will lead Australia’s women at the World 7s Rugby World Cup. Williams has been sidelined since the Commonwealth Games but has been passed fit to lead the Aussie’s campaign against the tough Kiwi women along with key players;

  • Alicia Quirk (knee)
  • Ellia Green (knee)
  • Emma Tonegato (shoulder)
  • Emilee Cherry (hamstring)

Dom du Toit was declared unavailable for the reigning World Series champions after breaking her collarbone in Paris while Emma Sykes also misses out after battling an ongoing shoulder complaint.

Olympic Champions Australia and Commonwealth Champions New Zealand are expected to dominant with England, Canada, France and Russia all having outside chances at the title.

Women’s – 2018 World Rugby 7s World Cup – Overall Winner Odds

Men’s World Rugby 7s World Cup Preview

Men’s World Rugby 7s

On the Men’s side, the classy Fijians are prohibitively short odds for any substantive betting value.

 Look to the U.S.A on their home patch, New Zealand and our own Aussies for betting value.

Men’s – 2018 World Rugby 7s World Cup- Overall Winner Odds

Teams centrebet
Fiji
South Africa
USA
New Zealand
England
Australia
Argentina
Kenya
Scotland

 


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