The bookmakers offering the best Six Nations betting odds

The Six Nations is back once more for 2019, and I guess the question to ask is: can anyone stop Ireland?

After defeating the All Blacks so stupendously in November’s Autumn International clash, Ireland are rightly firm favourites for the tournament, and the draw is in their favour too as they face both second favourites England and France at home. Their toughest fixture though will come in Cardiff when they play third favourites Wales in the final week’s action, but will it matter by then? Wales could quite easily be out of contention and Ireland might already have the tournament sewn up.

However, it would be foolish to write Wales off. Week one will be tough away in France, however, France have been in awful form recently having lost six of their last seven games including defeat to Fiji at home last time out, and though they beat England at home in last year’s Six Nations, Wales will certainly fancy their chances. And they’ll also fancy their chances the rest of the weeks too as they travel to the two weaker sides – Italy and Scotland – and host the two stronger sides – England and Ireland. At 5/1 with Unibet, Wales look like a good outside shot.

Then there’s second favourites England. Away to Ireland first week and away to Wales in week three, England will have to do something spectacular if they are going to be in with a shout of winning this year’s tournament, but they are in good form having beaten Australia, Japan and South Africa in the recent Autumn Internationals, and being unfortunately downed 16-15 by the All Blacks after leading 15-0 inside half an hour. And, to be honest, you can never write England off when it comes to the Six Nations.

Finally, it’s the outsiders. As mentioned above France, despite masses of talent, look way too inconsistent to put together a real challenge, and it wouldn’t be a surprise if they were hammered out of site by England and Ireland away from home after beating Wales in Paris in week one.

It’s Scotland though who are fourth favourites according to the bookies and it’s not all that surprising as they’ve come on leaps and bounds in recent years, and even downed England in last year’s Six Nations.

Then there’s Italy, errrrm, less said about them the better, I guess. They went close to defeating Scotland in last year’s Six Nations, but since then they’ve looked like an absolute shambles losing to Japan, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand and beating just Japan and Georgia since last year’s tournament. No wonder they’re favourites for the wooden spoon – again.

And where you can find all the bookmakers offering the best Six Nations betting odds?

Right below you can!

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