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Your guide to betting on rugby union online

The ultimate test of power, skill and character, rugby union is one of the world’s leading sports. Its big competitions attract millions of dedicated and passionate spectators, while millions more get closer to the action by enjoying rugby union betting.

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Six Nations

Large crowds flock to the traditional homes of rugby’s northern hemisphere sides each spring to see the latest edition in this long-standing rivalry. Their passion is matched by the level of interest in rugby union betting lines on the Six Nations, which is one of the United Kingdom’s major events for gambling enthusiasts. The Six Nations (or Four Nations as it was then) dates back to the 19th century, when the four United Kingdom home nations – England, Scotland Wales and Ireland – would clash early every year. It became the Five Nations when France joined in 1910 and assumed its current format in 2000 with the addition of Italy. It’s an incredibly competitive event – since the year 2000 only Italy and Scotland have failed to win a Six Nations title.

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Moneyline (Match Result)

The most straightforward way to enjoy rugby betting. You choose which side you think will win the game, then you wager on them. Always be aware, though, that rugby union matches can finish in a draw, so it’s a three-way market. There is no overtime if the teams are tied at the full-time whistle.

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