Six Nations Betting Odds

The 2017 Six Nations will run from 4 February to 18 March. England won a first Grand Slam in 13 years in 2016. For information and fixtures visit the official Six Nations site.

Six Nations 2017 Outrights

Winner

Participant nameOddsBookieAll odds

England

11/8

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Wales

2

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Ireland

11/2

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France

10

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Scotland

18

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