South Africa v Australia – Rugby Championship – Odds & Predictions

South Africa v Australia Rugby Championship Odds

South Africa vs Australia – The Rugby Championship

Nelson Mandela Stadium – Port Elizabeth – South Africa – 30/9/2018 – 5.05pm local time

Broadcast Guide

TV; TEN Network, TEN HD & TENplay & Fox Sports

Radio; ABC & ABC Grandstand

 

Teams
South Africa
Australia
Draw

 

Best Bet & Prediction – South Africa have a great record over the Aussies and particularly on their home-soil in South Africa. Belief-is-high in the South African squad after their last-start 36-34 victory over the All Blacks, a win that re-ignited their chances in the 2018 Rugby Championship.

 

The Aussies will be looking to restore some pride to their Rugby Championship campaign following their last-start-shock-loss to the Argentinians on the Gold Coast.

 

We expect improved showing from the Wallabies, however, South Africa are our ‘specials’ for-the-win over the Aussies and Betfair’s Odds of $1.40 are the best odds available on the betting-market.

 

Outrageous Big Money Return Bet – 22Bet offer great odds of $23.00 if you believe that the Wallabies and South Africa can play out an unlikely draw in Port Elizabeth.

 

After the dual draws between the two teams in last year’s Rugby Championship, the draw is an attractive bet and not entirely out of the question as matches between the two teams are often exciting and close affairs.

 

22Bet’s Best Margin Odds – South Africa v Australia

Team Win Margin 1-10 points Win Margin 1-12 points Win Margin 11-20 points
South Africa
Australia

South Africa should win, however, the odds with 22Bet for Australia to push them all-the-way ($3.24 for a South African victory by a margin of 1-10 points) offers a fantastic potential return on investment for Rugby punters looking for a big win.

 

22Bet’s Half Time/Full Time Best Bet

Australia Lead at Half-time/South Africa to Win at Full-Time – $6.00

 

The Rugby Championship Points Table

(as-at-23/09/2018 after 4-completed-rounds)

 

Teams Played Won Points
New Zealand
4
3
16
South Africa
4
2
10
Argentina
4
2
8
Australia
4
1
5


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