Six Nations Betting Odds & Fixtures 2024
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Six Nations Betting Odds 2024
The 2024 Six Nations Championship has now started and with Ireland demolishing pre-tournament favourites France in the opening game of the competition and following this with a convincing 36-0 thrashing of perennial whipping boys Italy, the odds on the boys in Green taking the trophy have been decisively slashed once again.
Ireland got off to a flying start when thrashing pre-tournament favourites France to the tune of 17-38 in the French capital in their tournament opener and they followed this with a one-sided 36-0 victory over Italy last time out. Unsurprisingly, the Boys in Green are huge odds-on favourites to repeat their success of 2023 by taking the Six Nations trophy, the Grand Slam and the Triple Crown with the odds on them claiming each of these prizes being comprehensively shortened on the back of their weekend victory in Dublin.
Odds correct as of 13.02.24
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2024 Six Nations Fixtures & Scores
France v Ireland – 8pm, Friday 2nd February 17-38
Italy v England – 2:15pm, Saturday 3rd February 24-27
Wales v Scotland – 4:45pm, Saturday 3rd February 26-27
Scotland v France – 2:15pm, Saturday 10th February 16-20
England v Wales – 4:45pm, Saturday 10th February 16-14
Ireland v Italy – 3pm, Sunday 11th February 36-0
Ireland v Wales – 2:15pm, Saturday 24th February
Scotland v England – 4:45pm, Saturday 24th February
France v Italy – 3pm, Sunday 25th February
Italy v Scotland – 2:15pm, Saturday 9th March
England v Ireland – 4:45pm, Saturday 9th March
Wales v France – 3pm, Saturday 10th March
Wales v Italy – 2:15pm, Saturday 16th March
Ireland v Scotland – 4:45pm, Saturday 16th March
France v England – 8pm, Saturday 16th March
Jamie George has been handed the reins of captaining the England side ahead of the 2024 Six Nations Championship, the Saracens hooker having been named as skipper of Steve Borthwick’s side earlier today (17th January). He takes the role previously occupied by Owen Farrell who was record points scorer for England, the latter deciding to miss the Six Nations this year in order to focus on his club commitments. Since making his debut in 2012, Farrell has earned 112 international caps, while George has 85 caps to his name since debuting in 2015.
Six Nations favourites
France won the 2022 Six Nations Championship and the Grand Slam that same year, Les Bleus having been installed as favourites to win the 2024 renewal of the prestigious competition at a best price of 13/10 before the tournament started. Nevertheless following a comprehensive 17-38 thrashing by Ireland in the French capital in their tournament opener and a marginal and controversial win over Scotland in their last outing at Murrayfield, France have dropped down the betting market and they are now priced at best odds of 22/1 to lift the trophy. After beating Italy 27-24 and Wales 16-14, England are second in the market at a best price of 12/1 while Ireland are top of the betting at 1/6 following their victory over Italy last weekend. Of the rest, Scotland are 30/1 for the trophy, Wales are 500/1 while Italy are 1000/1 on the back of their thrashing by Ireland last weekend.