New odds on who will win the Rugby World Cup in 2023 as the Springboks thrash the All Blacks

Rugby World Cup 2023 Odds Update

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The latest examination of the odds reveals that the Springboks continue to hold the position of third-favorite contenders for the victory in the upcoming 2023 Rugby World Cup, as indicated by prominent South African bookmaker, Hollywoodbets.

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Nevertheless, the odds on the Springboks clinching what would mark their record-breaking fourth World Cup triumph, following their victories in 1995, 2007, and 2019, have become narrower.

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Meanwhile, New Zealand maintains its position as the favored team for the tournament commencement scheduled for Friday, 8 September.

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The All Blacks are also striving for their fourth triumph, having previously secured victory in 1987 and 2011 when the event was hosted in their home country, as well as in 2015 in England.

Their current odds stand at 11/4.

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Hollywoodbets presents France with odds of 3/1. France, aiming to secure their first-ever Webb Ellis Cup, anticipates the final match at Stade de France on 28 October 2023.

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The Springboks present an appealing wager at 4/1, while despite their subpar World Cup history, Ireland, ranked as world No. 1, follows closely with odds of 5/1.

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Struggling under coach Eddie Jones, the Australian team offers odds of 11/1. In the same vein, England is available at 12/1.

Argentina (28/1), Wales (35/1), and Scotland (40/1) are regarded as the other feasible contenders.

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