England odds on to break world record

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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