Ireland most popular punt for Rugby World Cup following demolition of Scotland

Considering that Ireland battered the Scots on the weekend to land a bonus point victory, 28% of bets placed from the last 24 hours were around on these to win the Rugby World Cup.
The flurry of bets has led in bookmakers slashing odds throughout the board to the Irish, who’ve been cut to 8/1 out of 12/1, which makes them fourth favourites to win the Webb Ellis cup that was famous.
Joe Schmidt’s guys gave the Scots a thumping in Yokohama on Sunday. They delivered their best operation of 2019 and punters liked what they found from the Irishmen.
However, Paddy Power are going bigger with one of the welcome supplies. They’re offering enhanced likelihood of 100/1 on Ireland to win the Rugby World Cup (New customers, 18+, T&Cs employ ).
Ireland had drifted from the lead up into the World Cup last month into the betting after their defeat at Twickenham.
They put that with a powerful victory over the side ranked next highest in Pool A behind them. Their next match is against tournament hosts Japan and Ireland are heavy favorites.
Scotland, on the other hand, are friendless in the market, without a bets being put on them because the beginning of the tournament. They had been as brief as 40/1 until kick-off on Sunday in areas. Following their disappointing display they’re now a cost of 150/1.
Ireland are getting tons of support although the Scots do not have much hope according to the bookies and displays such as this one could see them being endorsed more.
Oddschecker spokesperson Callum Wilson:”Ireland’s whirlwind start to the Rugby World Cup could not really have gotten away to a better start against Scotland, and we’re now seeing a wave of cash coming in for Schmidt’s side winning the entire thing.
“Well more than a quarter of stakes on the eventual winner over the last 24 hours have endorsed Ireland, almost double the number of stakes placed on red-hot favourites New Zealand (15 percent ).
“This Irish side is surely catching the eye since the competition in Japan heats up”

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