All sports betting begin at the odds and lines. In every rugby game, one team always has a better chance to win than their opponent. Sportsbooks and oddsmakers decide what appropriate odds would be and list these odds for sports bettors to place their wagers on.
Rugby Six Nations odds are most commonly represented in the traditional American style, with positive odds like +200 for the underdog and negative odds like -150 for the favorite. Lines refer to the point spread between the teams, and are also commonly represented in the same way. It’s important to understand how to read rugby betting odds and the different types of bets before you get started with betting on Six Nations.
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OddsChecker connects you with US sportsbooks that offer reliable and competitive Six Nations betting lines. Users can scroll through our grids to compare Rugby odds offered by the various sportsbooks.
The Six Nations Championship is the most highly anticipated Rugby Union game apart from the Rugby World Cup. The game will be held in Paris on Saturday March 19th.
*Odds as of May 5
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