England Cut To Win Six Nations
France battled to record a 22-16 victory over Scotland in Sunday’s only Six Nations game and they can be backed at 12/1 to win the tournament outright.
England who battled back to beat Wales 21-16 in Cardiff on Saturday remain on course for the Grand Slam and their odds to retain the Six Nations championship has hardened into 4/11 from 8/11. Ireland following their 63-10 win over Italy lie in second place in the table and are now 9/2 from 5/1 to win back the title having last won it back in 2015.
England to win the Triple Crown has been eased to Evens from 10/11 with no Triple Crown winner taking over as the 10/11 favourite. Scotland can be backed at 12/1.
England also remain on course for the Grand Slam and are now Evens from 7/4 whilst no Grand Slam winner is now 8/11 from 10/11
England are now 4/11 to retain the Six Nations Championship but it may well go down to the final match when they face Ireland in Dublin on March 18th.
Eddie Jones’ squad are now the worst result in the antepost book for the firm whilst they are also proving extremely popular at Evens to win the Triple Crown, however our traders are willing to take them on as they feel that Ireland will pull it out of the bag and stop them on home soil in the final game on March 18th.
*Prices correct at time of publication.