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Six Nations odds

Six Nations odds

With Ireland always challenging for the title, their players are always worth backing to get the tries and the points in the Six Nations odds.

They may have only won two Grand Slams in their history, but Irish players are the ones who have dominated the scoring over the past decade…

Ronan O’Gara and Brian O’Driscoll are always worth backing in the Six Nations odds

Fly-half Ronan O’Gara is currently the all-time leading points scorer in the history of, not just the Six Nations, but of every incarnation of the tournament dating back to 1883.

O’Gara is one of only two players to score over 500 points in the competition and currently leads the other player to achieve the feat – England’s Jonny Wilkinson.

Meanwhile, centre O’Driscoll has scored more tries – 25 – than anyone in the history of the tournament. His closest challenger is Ian Smith and he won’t be overtaking him any time soon because he scored his 24 tries for Scotland prior to the Second World War.

With two experienced and prolific players in their ranks, Ireland’s Six Nations odds are well worth looking at.

Betting on the matches is also a brilliant way of cashing in

Match betting will also be on offer for every game and, with the like of Italy able to overturn the odds in a single 80 minute encounter, it’s also a brilliant way of making some serious cash.

There are a range of other markets including handicap betting, winning margins, half-time/full-time betting, first and last try scorer, first scoring play, highest scoring half, first team to score, top points scorer, total tries and numerous specials.

With plenty of in-play betting also available, putting some money on the Six Nations odds is a great way of cashing in.

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