Betting Odds for the 2024 Rugby Six Nations Championship

Betting Odds for the 2024 Rugby Six Nations Championship

The Six Nations Championship is back on February 2, 2024, as England, France, Ireland, Italy, Scotland, and Wales will be competing for the men’s rugby union title. Ireland is the defending champion and the Grand Slam winners of 2023 after winning all five of their games.

History of the Six Nations Championship

The Six Nations Championship is the oldest international rugby union tournament in history, and it’s one of the greatest competitions. England and Wales are the two most successful nations in the tournament, with 39 titles each. Italy is the only team that has never won any Six Nations Championship titles, but they have only started participating in the tournament since the 2000 edition. The Guinness Men’s Nations Championship is played at venues across the six countries.

2024 Six Nations Championship Rugby Winner Odds

Here are the odds for the outright winner of the 2024 Guinness Men’s Nations Championship:

  • France @ 2.30 (13/10)
  • Ireland @ 2.70 (17/10)
  • England @ 7.0 (6/1)
  • Scotland @ 15.0 (14/1)
  • Wales @ 29.0 (28/1)
  • Italy @ 501.0 (500/1)

The best rugby union bookies have France as favorites to win the title. The French team will be without their captain, Antoine Dupont, who has won the player of the championship in three of the last four editions, so that will be a big miss for them. Ireland is the defending champion, and they had a perfect tournament last year. They have lost only once in their last 18 games in all competitions, so they will definitely have good winning chances.

England will have a good squad for this tournament, as they finished third in the 2023 Rugby World Cup. Scotland last won the Six Nations Championship in 1999, and they have failed to qualify from their 2023 World Cup group stage, so they won’t have many chances.

Wales last won the Six Nations Championship in 2021, but they have finished in fifth place in the following two editions. Italy has never won the title, and they finished in last place in the last eight years, so it’s very unlikely that they win the championship this time.

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