Aviva Premiership Betting Odds

The 12-team Aviva Premiership is the top-flight of English club rugby union and Saracens are the current champions. Visit the official Premiership site for information.

Aviva Premiership Matches

TimeHomeDrawAwayBetting

Friday 2nd September 2016

19:45TV

Gloucester (13/10)

Draw (20/1)

Leicester (8/13)

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20:00

Newcastle (13/10)

Draw (20/1)

Sharks (8/13)

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Saturday 3rd September 2016

14:00TV

Saracens (1/12)

Draw (33/1)

Worcester (6/1)

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15:30

Northampton (1/2)

Draw (22/1)

Bath (13/8)

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16:30TV

Harlequins (1/8)

Draw (33/1)

Bristol (9/2)

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Sunday 4th September 2016

15:00TV

Wasps (4/7)

Draw (20/1)

Exeter (11/8)

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Aviva Premiership Outrights

Grand Final Winner

Participant nameOddsBookieAll odds

Saracens

15/8

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Wasps

7/2

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Exeter Chiefs

7

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Leicester

9

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Northampton

10

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League Table

PositionTeamPPts

1

Saracens

22

80

2

Exeter

22

74

3

Wasps

22

72

4

Leicester

22

65

5

Northampton

22

60

6

Sale

22

58

7

Harlequins

22

55

8

Gloucester

22

49

9

Bath

22

48

10

Worcester

22

35

11

Newcastle

22

27

12

London Irish

22

20

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