Ireland Grand Slam Odds: More Likely Than Not Say Oddsmakers
We have Ireland Grand Slam odds for you as Andy Farrell’s side look for a second consecutive perfect campaign in the Six Nations.
Ireland Grand Slam Odds
Ireland are 4/6 to win the Grand Slam in the 2024 Six Nations according to the latest rugby odds at BoyleSports. That means that the Irish have a 60% chance of winning the Grand Slam this year. In other words, Ireland are more likely to win the Grand Slam than not according to our oddsmakers!
Andy Farrell’s team were 6/4 second favourites to win the Six Nations going into the tournament’s opening game against France in Marseille. Ireland and France were far and away considered the top two teams in the competition with the other 4 teams deemed long shots to win Europe’s premier international rugby championship.
However, Ireland’s performance in the Stade Vélodrome on Friday night gives us every reason to believe that they are a class above the rest as they made a mockery of underdog status to storm to a 38–17 win.
Ireland Six Nations Odds
Ireland are 2/7 to win the 2024 Six Nations according to the latest rugby betting odds at BoyleSports. Those short odds suggest that Ireland have a 77.8% chance of winning this year’s tournament.
Such strong odds-on status is warranted. Not only did Ireland dominate their biggest competitors in France, who are now 16/1 for the tournament, but also they benefit from the fact that English rugby is not in a strong place at the moment.
With that said, Ireland’s clash against England, who are 6/1 second favourites for this year’s Six Nations, on March 9th in Twickenham sets up to be their biggest obstacle between securing a second consecutive Grand Slam for the first time in their history.
Ireland Triple Crown Odds
Ireland are 4/5 to win the Triple Crown in the 2024 Six Nations. To win the Triple Crown Ireland will need to beat Wales, England and Scotland.
Ireland’s Path To A Grand Slam
Round 1: France 17–38 Ireland
A dominant win gets the post-Sexton era off to a great start for Ireland. New starting fly-half Jack Crowley recovered from a shaky start and ended up finding his confidence from the kicking tee with a couple of amazing kicks from the sideline after a poor early miss. Arguably Ireland’s best ever performance in the Six Nations.
Round 2: Ireland v Italy
Ireland will travel to Rome on February 11th in a game they will expect to win comfortably. Andy Farrell could decide to give some more game time to younger players here.
Round 3: Ireland v Wales | 1st Leg of the Triple Crown
Typically when you see a matchup against Wales you assume it is going to be a tough match. However, right now Welsh rugby is at a low ebb and because of this, along with Ireland being at their peak, the Irish will go into this game as strong favourites.
Round 4: England v Ireland | 2nd Leg of the Triple Crown
This sets up to be the biggest test Ireland will face in their quest for a second straight Grand Slam. England, the old foe, like Wales, are at a low point right now and they will be without their star fly-half Owen Farrell after his decision to concentrate on his club career for now with a move across the English Channel to Racing 92.
Round 5: Ireland v Scotland | 3rd Leg of the Triple Crown
If all goes well Ireland will have the opportunity to win the Grand Slam in Dublin on the eve of St. Patrick’s Day by beating Scotland. The Irish have dominated this fixture in recent times as they are now on a 9-match unbeaten run against the Scots, most recently beating Scotland 36-14 at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
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