IRB Junior World Championship odds
The IRB Junior World Championships is an annual event that takes place between the pick of the world’s junior rugby nations.
All of the players are under 20-years-old and the competition is always fierce as the next generation of rugby stars look to make an impression…
England have yet to win a tournament, but they are getting closer all the time
In the four years Since the IRB Junior World Championship was introduced as a replacement for the Under 19 and Under 21 World Championships, England have never failed to make it to at least the semi-finals and have been losing finalists on three occasions.
England were walloped 38-3 in their first final appearance in 2008 and were defeated 44-28 by the same opponents the following year.
In 2010 they failed to make the final after losing to Australia at the semi-final stage.
However, in 2011, they ran New Zealand closer than ever and narrowly lost 33-22 in the final.
With England improving all the time, the IRB Junior World Championship odds on them finally stopping New Zealand are getting shorter all the time.
The great IRB Junior World Championship handicap odds could yield a tidy profit
Rugby is a fantastic sport to bet on and the handicap markets available make it even more enticing.
Although New Zealand have won all the finals so far, the last one only saw them win by 11 points and a punt on a tight final in the handicap betting is well worth considering and could lead to a very big pay out.