England odds on to break world record - The Gambling Times

England odds on to break world record

England head coach Eddie Jones - RealTime Images

England are odds on to beat Ireland in Dublin next week and make history.

Victory at The Aviva Stadium would give them the first back-to-back Grand Slams in the Six Nations era, whilst it would also mean England winning 19 in-a-row, which would be a new world record.

England are currently level with New Zealand on 18 wins, so the match in Ireland is a huge one in many ways for Eddie Jones’s side.

Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for BoyleSports commented “Despite seeing a lot of patriotic money for the Boys In Green it’s England who hold the liability in the match betting.”

“Holding a record of 18 successive wins most certainly has an impact in punters’ decisions to get behind their 6/10 odds as Eddie Jones’ men are expected to make it 19 successive wins at the Aviva.”

Ireland are priced at 13/10 to brush off their 22-9 defeat to Wales on Friday and go out of the Six Nations on a high.

The Match Handicap currently sees Ireland -3 priced at 10/11 with England +3 also priced at 10/11 and the Draw -3 an 18/1 shot.

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