Three exciting Rugby World Cup quarter-final matches are on the horizon. In the first, Wales takes on Argentina at Stade Vélodrome in Marseille on October 15th at 02:00 AEST. Wales, undefeated in Pool C, faces Argentina, who have steadily improved, with Dan Biggar's availability providing a boost for the Welsh.
Rugby World Cup Multi Bet of the Week for the Quarterfinals
Wales vs Argentina
October 15th 02:00, Stade Vélodrome
In the upcoming 2023 Rugby World Cup quarter-final, Wales is set to face Argentina at Stade Vélodrome in Marseille, France, on October 15, 2023, at 02:00 (AEST time). Wales, having won all their matches in Pool C, enters the quarter-final with confidence, although they'll miss Taulupe Faletau due to injury. Argentina, steadily improving throughout the tournament, seeks a semi-final spot, having won key matches after an initial defeat to England. Both teams view this match as an opportunity to advance to the semi-finals, with Wales having stronger replacements and the boost of Dan Biggar's availability. The prediction leans toward Wales to secure a semi-final berth.
Wales -4.5 Bet365 @$1.90.
England vs Fiji
October 16th 02:00, Stade Vélodrome
England faces Fiji in the quarterfinals of the 2023 Rugby World Cup, where an "inexcusable" dip in performance against Samoa has motivated England to avoid a potential upset. While England has been unbeaten in the tournament, a narrow win over Samoa raised concerns about complacency. Fiji, who recently defeated England, presents a formidable challenge, with England emphasizing the need for a different level of play in this crucial match. The English team acknowledges the emotional significance of the game but remains focused on preparation and understanding their opponent, determined to overcome Fiji's strengths, particularly in set pieces, and avoid a shocking exit from the tournament.
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I’ll be taking the England line of -8.5 on Bet365 @$2.00.
France vs South Africa
October 16th 06:00, Stade De France
France, the tournament hosts, have lived up to expectations by defeating New Zealand and securing the top spot in Pool A. Their confidence will receive a boost with the return of scrum-half Antoine Dupont after facial surgery, although hooker Julien Marchand may miss out due to injury. South Africa, on the other hand, faces selection challenges and may make changes to their lineup, including a potential shift to a 7-1 split.
With both teams having strengths and uncertainties, predicting the outcome is challenging, but the home advantage and the presence of world-class talent could favour France. Nevertheless, it's a match where anything can happen, and a narrow victory for South Africa by under five points is the prediction. In their last meeting, France ended a seven-game losing streak against South Africa, making this a highly anticipated clash between two rugby powerhouses with 12 wins for France, 27 for South Africa, and 6 draws in their historical head-to-head record.
South Africa ML on Bet365 @$2.20.
In the Rugby World Cup quarterfinals, Wales confronts Argentina, England faces Fiji, and France battles South Africa. Wales looks to capitalize on their strong performance in Pool C, England aims to avoid an upset after a narrow win over Samoa, and France meets the defending champions. Exciting matchups are anticipated as these rugby powerhouses vie for a spot in the semi-finals.