England is the place where Rugby started and has a massive following and whilst traditionally played in the United Kingdom the sport now has professional teams all over the world.
When it comes to both Rugby League and Rugby Union the best teams in the world typically originate from the Southern Hemisphere, with the likes of Australia and New Zealand dominating the sport.
Like many sports that are available to bet on, there’s a wide variety options available to punters. You can bet on the winner of a particular fixture, league, tournament or cup. It could be an outright winner bet or you could place a bet on by how many you think a team will win by.
In both forms of Rugby, you score points by scoring a try or by kicking the oval-shaped ball between the sticks of the posts. So from a betting perspective, you can bet on the total number of points scored by both teams, what the score will be at half time, the first score of the game, the first try scorer or even the last try scorer, it’s safe to say the options available are endless.
Like most sports, in-play betting is available so you can bet as the game progresses and make choices based on how you see the game changing.