Six Nations Odds 2022: Fabien Galthié's France clear favourites for the title

Six Nations Odds 2022: Fabien Galthié's France clear favourites for the title

oddschecker is here to provide the latest Six Nations Odds with the first round of matches now just over a week away.

Six Nations Odds 2022:

The Six Nations kicks off next Saturday, and you can expect to see some thrilling rugby played over the course of six weeks. The current tournament favourites are France (best price 19/12) who put together an impressive Autumn International victory over New Zealand, beating the All Blacks 40-25.

Second favourites are England, who can be found at a best price of 16/5. Eddie Jones has begun reinventing this England side by adding some fresh and youthful members who are relatively inexperienced in Test rugby.

Third on the list is Ireland, available for a best price of 10/3. Andy Farrell's side are almost tied for second with England in the latest Six Nations Odds, showing the confidence bookies have in a French title win this year.

Wales, meanwhile, have been priced at 10/1. Similarly to England, they are starting afresh with a number of players in their squad only making their debuts as recently as 2020. Scotland can be found at 12/1 and have named a squad with five uncapped players ahead of the tournament.

Back-row Andy Christie, flanker Rory Darge and wing Kyle Rowe - as well as scrum-halves Ben Vellacott and Ben White - could all win their first Scotland caps.

Italy come last at a huge price of 1000/1, having only won 12 Six Nations matches since 2000.

Defending champions Wales will be facing Ireland at the Aviva Stadium for the opening game of the Six Nations on Saturday 5th February. The hosts are currently odds-on-favourites to win the game at best odds of 1/5, with Wales trailing behind at 6/1.

The next game of the day will see Scotland trying to defend the Calcutta Cup they famously won 11-6 at Twickenham last year for the first time since 1983. Jones’ England are currently odds-on-favourite to exact revenge at a best price of 4/6, while Gregor Townsend’s Scotland can be found at a best price 23/10.

The third and final fixture will see Italy take on France at the Stade de France on Sunday 6th February. Fabien Galthié has really transformed this French side in recent years, which explains their clear tournament favourite status. Les Blues are currently odds-on-favourites at 1/33, while Italy can be found at the huge price of 33/1.

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