Autumn International Betting Tips

Latest Rugby Union OddsBy Mark Rawlinson

The Autumn Internationals rumble on this weekend six more matches taking place over Saturday and Sunday.

England take on New Zealand in the pick of today’s games, whilst Ireland face Australia and then tomorrow Scotland face South Africa.

England v New Zealand

England will be looking to win their third and final test this autumn, following wins over Australia and Argentina but face a much sterner task in the shape of New Zealand, who sit at the top of the rankings.

England were in fact the last team to beat the All Blacks, with a 38-21 victory at Twickenham in December 2012.

And boss Stuart Lancaster has brought in Leicester Tigers tight-head Dan Cole, meaning David Wilson drops to the bench. Alex Corbisiero is ruled out so Matt Mullan makes it onto the bench.

The visitors make just one chance with winger Julian Savea replacing Cory Jane whilst fly-half Dan Carter is set to make his 100th cap.

New Zealand have won all 12 of their tests in 2013 and are big favourites to continue that run today, with Ladbrokes offering odds of 1/8.

William Hill provide the best odds on an England victory at 15/2.

You can catch this one live on Sky Sports 1 at 2:30pm.

Wales v Argentina

Wales will be hoping to bounce back from last weekend’s 24-15 defeat to South Africa as they take on Argentina in Cardiff.

Boss Warren Gatland makes four changes to that team with injured Adam Jones, Dan Lydiate and Jonathan Davies all being replaced by Rhodri Jones, Justin Tipuric and debutant Cory Allen. Rhys Priestland also comes in for Dan Biggar.

Wales have lost six of their last seven matches at the Millenium Stadium but they go into this one as big favourites, Ladbrokes providing the best odds of 2/9.

Argentina on the other hand have suffered seven straight defeats and Coral offer the best price on them causing an upset at 5/1.
This game is live on BBC1 from 2:30pm.

Ireland v Australia

Ireland demolished Samoa 40-9 last weekend and they’ll be hoping to follow that up on Saturday evening against Australia in Dublin.

Conor Murray and Gordon D’Arcy are amongst those rested by Ireland as boss Joe Schmidt makes six changes to last weekend’s side.

Ireland have won just four of their last 10 matches at home and are priced at slightly longer odds today, with Stan James one of many bookies offering odds of 11/10.

Paddy Power offer the best odds on an Australia win at Evens.

This match is live on BBC Two from 5:45pm.

Elsewhere on Saturday, Italy host Fiji from 2pm, which is live via the red button on Sky Sports and then at 5pm, France take on Tonga, live on Sky Sports 1.

The on Sunday, South Africa are considerable favourites as they take on Scotland live on BBC1 from 3pm.

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