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Rupert Wyman 28th Aug 2011 - 13:20

England out to 14/1 - Northern Hemisphere Up Against It!

England are now out to 14/1 to win the World Cup (from 12/1) with the Southern Hemisphere sides looking extremely difficult to beat. Despite losing at the weekend New Zealand are the team to beat at 4/7, with Australia 7/2 and South Africa 8/1. The odds suggest that England are heading for a quarter final exit at 10/11 but Hills offer 4/1 that England make another final.

"The 1/10 that the cup will be won by a Southern Hemisphere side shows that it is going to be an uphill struggle for all of the Six Nations side!" said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.

William Hill:

Jonny Wilkinson To Start First World Cup Match: 1/3 Yes, 9/4 No

Toby Flood To Start First World Cup Match: 1/3 NO, 9/4 Yes

William Hill Team Stage Of Elimination World Cup:
England: 10/11 Quarter Final; 5/2 Semi final; 11/2 Runners Up; 10/1 Pool Stage; 14/1 Winners
France: 11/10 Quarter Final, 7/4 Semi Final, 9/2 Runner Up, 14/1 Winner, 25/1 Pool Stage
Ireland: 4/6 Quarter Final, 5/2 Semi Final, 15/2 Pool Stage, 10/1 Runner Up, 33/1 Runner Up
Scotland: 4/5 Pool Stage, 1/1 Quarter Final, 20/1 Semi Final, 66/1 Runner Up, 125/1 Winner
Wales: 7/2 Pool Stage, 8/15 Quarter final, 9/2 Semi-Final, 20/1 Runner Up, 50/1 Winner

Winning Hemisphere: 1/10 Southern, 11/2 Northern

Name The Finalist: 6/4 NZ v Australia, 4/1 NZ v England, 9/2 NZ v France, 9/1 SA v Australia, 12/1 NZ v SA, 20/1 SA v England, 25/1 NZ v Ireland, 25/1 SA v France, 33/1 Australia v Ireland, 33/1 NZ v Argentina, 40/1 Australia v England, 50/1 NZ v Wales, 66/1 NZ v Scotland, 66/1 Australia v France, 80/1 Australia v Argentina, 100/1 Bar

TO WIN RUGBY UNION WORLD CUP....4/7 N Zealand; 7/2 Australia; 8/1 S Africa; 14/1 England; 14/1 France; 33/1 Ireland; 50/1 Wales. 100/1 upwards others.

 

 
 
 

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