• Home
  • Rugby Union
  • Rugby Union World Cup

Rugby World Cup 2023 Odds – England odds-on to reach World Cup semi-finals

leigh-copson
Editor
Last updated: 13 Oct 2023
Leigh Copson 13 Oct 2023
Share this article
Or copy link
  • Rugby World Cup quarter-finals take place this weekend
  • England 1/3 to beat Fiji and book their place in the semi-finals
  • Ireland 11/4 favourites to win it all ahead of New Zealand clash
Jonny May of England (Getty Images)

England may not be fancied to win the Rugby World Cup, but they are expected to advance to the semi-finals this weekend.

The knockout stages are here, with the quarter-final matches taking place over the course of Saturday and Sunday.

And although England are relatively unfancied at 12/1 to win the tournament outright, they are odds-on at 1/3 with Coral to get past Fiji in Sunday’s showdown.

Steve Borthwick’s side have yet to truly convince they are genuine contenders, but a convincing victory over Fiji could be just what they need to kick-start their campaign.

“We have not seen much support for England at all in our outright betting for the Rugby World Cup,” Coral’s Lewis Knowles told FreeTips.com.

“But if they can put on a show against Fiji on Sunday, then maybe we’ll see some support for Steve Borthwick’s side.

“Ireland are the team that punters have wanted to side with so far, and although they are odds-on at 8/11 to beat New Zealand in their quarter-final, that will be a real stern test for Andy Farrell’s side.”

Latest Rugby World Cup 2023 Odds


England vs Fiji

1/3 England, 11/4 Fiji, 20/1 Tie

Wales vs Argentina

1/2 Wales, 7/4 Argentina, 20/1 Tie

Ireland vs New Zealand

8/11 Ireland, 6/5 New Zealand, 18/1 Tie

France vs South Africa

8/11 France, 6/5 South Africa, 18/1 Tie

Rugby World Cup – Outright

11/4 France, 11/4 Ireland, 7/2 South Africa, 4/1 New Zealand, 12/1 England, 20/1 Wales, 40/1 Argentina, 40/1 Fiji

Top Betting Sites

special-offer-1Betting offers

Get the Freetips App for free!
android-icon
Get the Freetips App for free!
android-icon