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messageRugby World Cup 2019 - Japan
Posted by TheCat May 15, 09:59AM

This thread may sit dormant for a while, as the RWC is still a number of months away, but starting a thread to perhaps see ongoing discussion as we roll towards (and throughout) the tournament.

My one liners on the main contenders:

New Zealand: Still the top of the heap, but I think more vulnerable than they have been in a while
Australia: Coached by a bully with zero technical acumen. Only a serious change in direction from recent 'strategy' can see the Wallabies advance past the Qtr Finals.
South Africa: Showed some great improvement last year under new coach. If it comes together properly for them this year, some of their talent is scary good.
England: Steady Eddie knows how to prepare a team for a world cup. As long as the players can handle the pressure, I see England going a long way in this tournament
Wales: Will win their pool (wallabies being the other major in their pool); but as good as they have been recently, I cant see them stepping up to the next level to beat the heavyweights 3 weeks in a row to take the title.
Ireland: Less than 12 months ago lauded as the best team in teh world. What the hec happengin in the 6 nations? Have they been figured out?
Scotland: Much improved, but still cant see them progressing past qtrs.
France: Who knows....

My fearless England vs South Africa Final.....

(NB: I am Australian, which may explain my anger above directed towards the wallabies setup)

Edited 2 time(s). Last edit was may 15, 10:02am by TheCat.

messageRe: Rugby World Cup 2019 - Japan
Posted by teddyboy23 May 15, 06:55PM

Maybe Australia can go (all the way). new Zealand good team good (neighbours) south Africa have the (power and the passion). England if they win all games (home and away). Wales if they can keep (possession). Ireland (you never know ). Scotland are they as good as (the class of 74 ). France out early and (return to eden) 😉

messageRe: Rugby World Cup 2019 - Japanattachment
Posted by Alan Medic May 16, 07:30AM

Current WC betting:,file=327088

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messageRe: Rugby World Cup 2019 - Japan
Posted by JohnL May 16, 10:00AM

Alan Medic Wrote:
> Current WC betting:
> []?
> 20,file=327088

What no Wales. We've been excommunicated then smiling smiley

messageRe: Rugby World Cup 2019 - Japan
Posted by Alan Medic May 16, 12:41PM

That's a weird one. I didn't notice.

messageRe: Rugby World Cup 2019 - Japan
Posted by Muller21Q1 August 08, 08:28PM

Frankly speaking I'm interested in betting and in this match in particular, because I occupy with betting for many years. Personally it became profitable since the moment I started betting on this site because there I found high rates, and, if you know the approximative outcome then you will get a lot of money. By the way, it gets even more profitable to make bets there because there are constant promotions smiling smiley

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was august 12, 07:24am by Muller21Q1.

messageRe: Rugby World Cup 2019 - Japan
Posted by JohnL August 09, 12:07PM

Wales name full strength team for warm up game with England at Twickenham on Sunday.


Wales could also be World Number 1 ranked by Sunday morning if the All Blacks lose to Australia on Saturday. Could be one of the shortest stays at Number 1 ever though smiling smiley

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