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Our odds tables present up-to-the-minute Rugby World Cup betting odds from licensed online bookmakers. The best odds for each market are highlighted in these tables. When you click on the odds you want to take, you'll be taken to your chosen bookmaker, where you can place your bets.
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The 2023 Rugby World Cup takes place in France from 8 September to 28 October 2023 . Nine venues across the country will host the famous tournament, which takes place entirely in France for the very first time in its history.
The bookie with the best Rugby World Cup 2023 odds will differ depending on which match or market you are betting on. But you can use our Rugby World Cup betting odds comparison tool to easily find the best available price for the markets you fancy.
Australia rugby fans have two options for watching the Rugby World Cup. Online streaming service Stan Sport will be showing all the action from the tournament while Nine will be showing all of the Australian team's games (and the final, whether or not the Wallabies make it).
According to the latest pre-tournament Rugby World Cup odds, France and New Zealand are joint-favourites to lift the Webb Ellis Cup with the bookies at 11/4. South Africa are at 9/2, while Ireland are at 5/1.
The two most successful sides in Rugby World Cup history are New Zealand and South Africa , who have each lifted the Webb Ellis Cup three times. Australia has won the Rugby World Cup twice, while England emerged victorious once, in 2003.