The Bookies’ Favourites For The Six Nations & Who’s Tipped For The Wooden Spoon
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The clock is ticking.
England are being back to win an unprecedented third Six Nations title in a row this year, with some bookies offering odds as low as 4/5 for Eddie Jones’ men to win the Championship.
Ireland aren’t far behind after a perfect November series, with odds of around 6/4, with some bookies going as high as 2/1. Given the current form of the likes of Leinster, it probably wouldn’t be a bad punt at twos.
Scotland are third favourites, with odds as high as 11/1 for Gregor Townsend to guide them to victory in his first Six Nations as national boss, while Wales and France are way out at 16/1 and 20/1 respectively.
Poor old Italy are once again tipped for the Wooden Spoon, with Conor O’Shea’s men an outside shot at a whopping 1500/1 to win the tourament.