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Antony Heath 12th Oct 2011 - 14:31

Wales 8/11 to score two or more tries!

The odds suggest that Wales will be on tryscoring form against France, with Hills offering 8/11 that they score two or more tries but their defence is expected to be solid and France are 5/6 to score one or no tries. Wales start as 4/5 favourites with France 11/10.

"The momentum is defiantly behind Wales and our customers are backing them in the outright, the handicap and even the try markets - it is simply one way traffic all the way to Wales," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.

Semi-Finals:

Wales v France:
Winner: 4/5 Wales, 11/10 France, 18/1 Draw
Handicap: 10/11 Wales (-1), 10/11 France (+1), 16/1 Tie
Yellow Card: 8/11 No, 1/1 Yes
Shane Williams: 5/2 Try, 11/2 Two or more, 40/1 Hat-trick
Wales Tries: 1/1 One or less, 8/11 Two or more
France Tries: 5/6 One or less, 5/6 Two or more
Wales Margin Of Victory: 2/1 Wales 1-10, 9/2 Wales 11-20, 11/1 Wales 21-30, 25/1 Wales 31-40, 66/1 Wales 41-50
France Margin Of Victory: 85/40 France 1-10, 5/1 France 11-20, 14/1 France 21-30, 33/1 France 31-40, 90/1 France 41-50

New Zealand v Australia:
Winner: 1/3 New Zealand, 5/2 Australia, 20/1 Draw
Handicap: 10/11 New Zealand (-7), 10/11 Australia (+7)

Stage Of Elimination:
New Zealand: 12/5 Semi Final, 9/2 Runner Up, 4/7 Winner
Australia: 3/10 Semi Final, 9/2 Runner Up, 5/1 Winner
France: 4/5 Semi Final, 13/10 Runner Up, 7/1 Winner
Wales: 10/11 Semi Final, 13/10 Runner Up, 11/2 Winner

Winning Hemisphere: 1/4 South, 11/4 North

Finalists: 11/8 NZ v Wales, 13/8 New Zealand v France, 9/2 Australia v Wales, 11/2 Australia v France

William Hill World Cup 2011: 4/7 New Zealand, 9/2 Australia, 5/1 Wales, 7/1 France

England Specials:

Martin Johnson To Have Left His Position As England By Midnight Sunday 16th October: 6/1

Martin Johnson To Be In Charge Of England For First Six Nations Match: 1/2 Yes, 6/4 No

Wilkinson To Start First Six Nations Match: 2/5 No, 7/4 Yes

England Rugby Coach After Martin Johnson: 4/1 Jake White, 6/1 Nick Mallett, 9/1 Dean Richards, 16/1 Graham Henry, 20/1 Eddie Jones, 33/1 Dean Ryan, 50/1 Rob Andrew, 50/1 Andy Robinson, 66/1 Warren Gatland, 66/1 Steve Hansen

 
 
 

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